I don't get it either. If Garnett had an expiring contract then it would make more sense but he just signed a new three year deal. I understand the post game is the weak spot of the Clippers but Blake and D'Andre have improved this season so as long they keep getting better.
That'd be a great deal for the Clippers, and probably put them over the top. A 3 man rotation with Jordan-Griffin-Garnett o man.
Clips record of late likely strengthens CP3's MPV claims
Durant is winning MVP and Lebron is closing the gap, yes the Clippers are very dependent on CP3 but he won't win it since they're losing with out him.
It's really not that stupid of a statement, many beleive that in the '05 season when the Suns went on a 5 game losing streak with Nash out it helped his chances and he did end up winning
Nobody does more for their team than LeBron does for his, but voter fatigue will probably give it to Durant. It wouldn't be bullshit if Durant won, he's a great player and easily the 2nd-best in the league, it's just that LeBron plays a different game than everyone else. There's no player in the league who is on a winning team and is required to be that team's best scorer, rebounder, passer/facilitator, and defender.
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LeBrick, LeChoke, Le(insert hilarious thing here), amirite?
30pts on 11 FGA's is just plain bonkers. Take note, Kobiyashi.
Sigh, this is depressing.
some good ball on tonight. in other news, so sad to see jerry go. can't believe the purple and gold are being left in the hands of a retard. we need jeannie at the helm
If there were any doubts about who is the frontrunner for MVP, I hope they were cleared up tonight.
was a very romantic evening last night. The dim lights, the yellow stained silent crowd, and Kobe's pre-game meeting:
Kobe Bryant Holds Kobe-Bryant-Only Meeting To Discuss Lakers
LOS ANGELES—After a tumultuous and disappointing first half of their season, Kobe Bryant reportedly called a Kobe-Bryant-only meeting Thursday to air out the many issues still plaguing the Lakers. “There are 29 games to go and we’re still under .500, so everybody needs to step their game up right now,” Bryant reportedly said during the closed-door talks, which did not include coaches, upper management, or any of the other 13 players on the Lakers’ roster. “I’m sick of hearing excuses about shoulder injuries or trade speculation. We should be contending for the title, but I feel like I’m the only one out there who even gives a damn. And frankly, that’s pathetic.” Reached for comment, Bryant told reporters the meeting was “very positive,” as it was unanimously agreed that the 15-time All-Star should get more of the ball during games.