The Coronavirus has paralyzed the NBA. Games are in limbo, as is the season, with the abrupt (temporary) suspension of the league.
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.
Russell Westbrook. That’s all. Just Russell Westbrook.
Zion has a lot of awards coming his way (if he can stay healthy). ROY isn’t one of them.
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.”
Chris Webber as a Hall of Famer brings out a lot of debate. Chris Bosh does not. But Bosh was left off the finalist list.
Lottery picks are supposed to wow us with their skill and talent. Unless, they find themselves on the injury carousel. World meet Jabari Parker, the star who wasn’t.
Kobe tore his Achilles and shot two free throws. He played with a broken nose in the All-Star game after Dwyane Wade whacked him in the face
Devin Booker has been in the league five seasons. His 5th season has been his best as he has shown improved versatility and hunger for wins. He was rewarded with an All-Star berth jumping ahead of Paul George and Ja Morant
Dion Waiters is being discussed as a possible teammate of LeBron James. Waiters has baggage that makes his fit on the Lakers uniquely different than Dwight Howard’s baggage.