So he’s giving up a walk on part in the war For a lead role in a cage
I find it wonderful how even Zach Lowe, the most even tempered, least hot-takey writer there is, was throwing all kinds of shade at Irving implying he actually wants to lead a bad team and put up Harden/Westbrook stats rather than contend.
Maybe he wants to play for the Kings. The Damn Hell Ass Kings.
He’s gonna regret this one day as he’s sailing off into the horizon, where the earth ends.
The only thing left is that he just wants to be considered the best player on his team, which makes it odd when his short list of 4 contains one team with a player (Porzingis) that should be better than him shortly, one team with two players (Butler and KAT) who are widely considered better than him right now, and one…
IS it NECESSARY for Lebron to drink his own urine?? No, but he does it anyway because it’s sterile and he likes the taste.
I cried twice during the 1990 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The first is towards the beginning when Splinter lectures Raphael about dealing with his anger, and the second when the turtles meditate at the campfire and Splinter’s spirit speaks to them.
Burneko out here in the comments defending sentimentality is why Burneko is my dude.
Posted this but then scrolled down and saw this thread:
When I was a kid the 90's Casper movie made me cry uncontrollably! It was the scene where he re-counts how he died, and I just lost it. I ran into my room and looked in the mirror and asked my self why it had to happen and what if it happens to me?! It was a very existential moment for my 7 year old self.
The better question for me is which movie doesn’t make me cry. I am completely incapable of not crying at any sappy scene whatsoever. There are so many movies I refuse to watch just because I don’t want to end up crying. Moonlight? No chance. Manchester by the Sea? Nope. King Kong (any version)? GTFO.
The Rugrats Movie. Tommy is about to drench his little brother Dil Pickles in banana flavored baby food. He wants the Monkeys to then eat his little brother. When he sees what he is doing he stop. I cried after a little cartoon baby said, “Monkeys want the ‘naners.”
I almost lost it just now reading Burneko talking about dogs. I’m going to hug my dogs tonight.
Please don’t be Tom Ley
This video had Jason Kidd, Jamal Mashburn, and Jimmy Jackson. That’s a good video.
People forget how fast Jason Kidd was with the ball. Then he could change direction and finish or pass with either hand without slowing down.
So Lonzo is a 21st century Mark Jackson?
I see his floor as Ricky Rubio, with maybe better shooting (he can hit open 3's...I think, but Jesus that shot is ugly). And you don’t need to be fast, just need to change speeds. Kyle Lowry has never been a fast guy, but he can get into the lane with some change of tempo moves. I think Ball will be fine, and agree -…
i just told the bouncer at my local watering hole that Lonzo was a rich mans Andre Miller. Who people forget was a good young player that averaged 10+ assists in the years on the Cavs before LeBron and enjoyed a wonderful NBA career. I think the jump shot will improve which is pretty much all he needs to do because…
I understand the argument that Hayward is worth more to Utah than he is to Boston or Miami. But a dollar is also worth more to Utah than it is to Boston or Miami, so it’s entirely likely that before a larger market team gets to its “Fuck that, he’s not worth that much to us, we’ll wait for the next guy who’s actually…