Are you saying the Lakers need to... make a move? I thought they were going to come out of the west no problem.
The only move the Lakers can make to save their season is firing Mike Brown and re-hiring Phil Jackson... again.
I'm doubting the Spurs' need for Manu.
We'll pick him up for a 1st round pick.
Suns are rumored to stand pat and stay the course into the abyss of irrelevance.
How 'bout Nash, Shannon Brown and Channing Frye for Pau?
He's solid, but like everybody else, his numbers wouldn't be nearly as impressive without Nash. The majority of his points are easy buckets he gets rolling to the basket after setting a pick for Nash. He has a decent mid-range jumper, but nothing you can rely on. For being Polish, he's still unpolished. He doesn't really have a go to move, instead he has these running baby hooks that drop on occasion, but nothing with great consistency. He's an emotional player, that overreacts when he does something wrong which usually sends him into a downward spiral of frustration. Like most, he seems to go as his confidence goes. On the plus side, he's very energetic and athletic. His effort is never in question. He doesn't have the rerpetoire of post moves to be a focal point of the offense, but he'd be great complementing a premiere power forward.
Tim Duncan has 12 points, 6 rebounds and a block in the third quarter alone.
Gary Neal has 6 points 1 assist and 0 fouls through 3 quarters. And in others news: espn.com
free league pass is awesome. makes me want to buy it.
bynum's knee treatment seems to have done him a world of good (but he still can't pass)
Man Omar Asik is a dead ringer for Judge Reinhold...
I respect the shit out of the Spurs, the way they play and their front office who almost always pull the right rein. But happy that my Bulls got over them & very much in love with this incarnation of the team. I believe we are just a backup 3 who can create on offense away from being really special.
I had to sacrifice my plan to get league pass to put the money toward our trip to Coachella, I'm sure I made the right call.
Bulls played lockdown D last night. I really wish Duncan wouldn't give glimmers of hope. Suck or don't suck but stop toying with us!
Does anyone else think that Kobe's knee surgeries in Germany involve stem cells? There have been several reports on how many German doctors have been using stem cells for knee recovery and why else would he have to go all the way to Germany?
This afternoon on the radio heard Vic "the brick" Jacobs convince Luke Walton, through the process of a few minute interview, that retaliation was needed on Sunday for the Wade All-Star game breakage foul on Kobe. Doesn't he know Luke rides the pine nowadays?
We should all aspire to have the kind of job security that Luke Walton enjoys. Luke will probably retire a Laker at the ripe age of 45, but only because the Lakers have offered to make him their next head coach.
I fucking hate that shit.
Go Funduh. Hope they can close this out.
Yup, Inside the NBA is still the worst thing on TV.
Most of the scheduled games today are uninteresting matchups. Heat/Jazz, Clips/Suns, Bucks/Hawks are marginal and the rest are awful.
That goes without saying.
Shaq mumbles through the entire broadcast and has 1/10 of the personality of everyone else on that show. Most of all, they're really not funny. Barkley says some outrageous stuff, and has improved his analysis lately, but that show is a mess. It's all over the place. It's too hectic to be good television. But what do I know?
Clips also looking at cherry picking a Celtic. Allen would be incredible. The guy is shooting nearly fifty percent from three.