In that case, I recommend reading the article.
The NBA was a lot different back then, buddy! Neither of those guys had to or would ever have been asked to take on some of the duties of a point guard to create space for the other, because “creating space” wasn’t really a thing that was considered more valuable than just being able to mash the other team in the…
He played last night, and in large part because of him the Pelicans had some really great possessions where the ball zipped around beautifully. But, uh, they also lost at home to the Raptors, so.
I think I have come around to thinking Boogie is better—a lot better!—in the specific instances when his head is screwed on straight and he’s focused at both ends of the floor, but AD is better, like, in general, because he’s steadier.
I mean, that makes a perverse kind of sense, given that like 70% of DeRozan’s productivity comes down to him being better than Cousins at manipulating the referees. But whatever they think of Boogie, he’s better with any one limb tied behind his back than DeRozan and Valanciunas put together.
Sure, but you don’t know that “inept” and “inapt” are two different words, so you’re back to square one.
They’re literally always dried.
Because we’re not doing Ban Week at Deadspin?
Who gives a fuck what Heinlein thought about anything?
I played organized, padded-and-helmeted football for six years, my man, including two on my high school’s team before I quit midway through my sophomore season to spend more of my afternoons playing basketball. I played receiver and defensive back and sometimes tried returning kicks but was pretty bad at it.
The mechanism is your arm. The filter in the French press is a “moving part” in the same sense that, like, a hammer is a “moving part” when you lift it off a tabletop.
These are bad, inapt, false equivalences for far, far, far more reasons than they could ever be considered worthwhile ones. I don’t think you’re very bright.
Oh, so he’s still the dude who won a national championship nearly single-handedly as a college freshman, then led his team to the playoffs in each of the first ten years of his NBA career? That’s good! The Thunder should be immensely relieved! They have one of the best players of his generation on their team and all…
Yeah, this is the take. All the doofuses above going Hurr Melo and Russ are cancerous bad guys who stink don’t know what the hell they’re talking about. The Thunder are fine and will be fine; they’ve just had some shit go against them during this early stage where they aren’t yet sure exactly how to respond to it.
This is crazy and I fully expect to get killed for it, but I’m not totally sure the Bledsoe trade improves the Bucks all that much? Like obviously it’s good to have another fringe All-Star-quality player on the roster, obviously that will not make them worse, but it’s a funky fit to work out during the season, and I…
Mudiay is shooting 40% from the floor and his VORP is less than zero.
This is total and complete fiction. Every word of it. You have no idea what you’re talking about, at all. I’m embarrassed for you.
Lol, okay buddy. The consensus of almost literally everyone but you is that Derrick Rose is one of the worst players getting regular minutes in the NBA. I’m gonna ban you now because your takes are trash and you don’t have a sense of humor about it.
Unless he has changed his legal name to “Jimmy Butler,” there is absolutely no sense in which Kris Dunn has turned into Jimmy Butler.
Derrick Rose is a spectacularly bad player. You could not have discredited yourself more completely if you’d said the basketball is cube-shaped.