Reported rumors has it that KG will be traded for Bledsoe+Butler. Good deal for both sides or so it seems on paper. Though, just a rumor, after all.
By the way, Bledsoe could easily be the best blocking PG as of now. He has had at least a block in his last nine games, including three last night.
nah... it won't happen
It would be good for Boston though.... if they really want to blow it up and rebuild, that's it
They're playing really well right now. If Danny blows up the team right now they'll lose any chance they had at competing for a title this year. However, rebuilding the team is a very important concern as well.
They currently have no chance as it stands. The holes are too big to fill. A razor-thin frontcourt and too much of a load over two veteran star's shoulders. Can't see a bright future in the play-offs.
They have the better teams, thus, the better players, so, no big deal.
Slam Dunk Contest was fun, although my man Bledsoe should have made a better first round first dunk. Faried was robbed in his very first dunk, anyway, which was a J-Rich replica.
3-Point Contest was even worse, since I was cheering for Steph Curry, who got 2 points out of a possible 12 in the first two stations (15 out of 18 in the next three) and crashed out.
asg is boring.. I didn' even tried to watch it
I did watch the 3 point shot out and the slam dunk contest though
James white was pretty bad... he's probably the best dunker alive and he couldn't get a single good slam
that terrible handling of him doesn't help
White and Green getting dumped in the first round really made the contest a mess.
I didn't particularly like this East vs West for Saturday Night events. Fund raising for charities is a nice act, but I don't really get what's the point behind donating more to the side represented by the winners.
RIP Jerry Buss
Godamn.. now Jim Buss will really be 100% in charge of things
and he only takes stupid decisions =/
Poor Ronnie Brewer. Apparently the Knicks thought he was too young, so, they traded him away and filled the roster spot with Kenyon Martin, who is 35.
Welcome to the New York Vets, Kenyon.
who can stop the Heat
K-Mart wasn't that good last year... this year he'll just make figuration on the team
Still crazy to even see K-Mart, Sheed, Camby, Kurt Thomas getting united in the same team. Knicks are just having a go at him, since they probably think they have got nothing to lose. A team with solid starting frontcourt would stay away from him.
By the way, just calculated their average age as a roster for fun and currently it's at 29.5, which is ridiculous. I wonder when was the last time when a team had six players aged 35 or older.