Steve Nash and the Warriors. Nothing. More. Needs. To. Be. Said.
The fate of Alvin Gentry’s and Lonzo Ball was inextricably tied. Lonzo’s game plummeted. So then did Alvin Gentry’s job.
The bubble hasn’t changed reality. It has just exposed reality. Anthony Davis is dominant. Luka is scary. Devin Booker- Oh My Lord.
Mark Jackson’s team took a vote. It was simple: yes or no. Quit the first-round playoff series? Or, continue? For sure, Clippers owner Donald Sterling hit a nerve with his racist diatribe, though his casual racism wasn’t a surprise. But the timing was awful. Instead of questions regarding matchups, strategy, and defense, the series was…
Dame Lillard is 30. It won’t matter. He will be just as lethal as he was at 29 and 28 and 27. But is that enough to turn the Blazers into contenders?
Damian Lillard: sage. He predicted there would be bubble rule-breaking. America meet Richaun Holmes and his momma.
Steph Curry is one of the greatest shooters of all time. Michael Jordan is the greatest player of all time. Are there similarities?
Giannis Antetokounmpo keeps reappearing in the Warriors dreams. He’s a perfect Kevin Durant replacement. Except he wants to bring a title to Milwaukee.
Marcus Morris was supposed to stretch the floor and give the Clippers offense on the perimeter. He was supposed to space the floor and be clutch. So far, he’s less than advertised. Way less.
After a failed five years in Detroit, Reggie Jackson hopes the Clippers will deliver him a title and a different narrative other than “he thought he was better than Russell Westbrook.”