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@BallSoHard I love that man so much. We are so lucky as fans
13 hours, 2 minutes ago on Kevin Durant donates $1 million to disaster relief
You just had this realization?
5 days, 17 hours ago on Thursday Bolts – 5.16.13
This quote gets me so excited:
"This is my first time doing it and I think it’s something that can help me. To see some of the things that maybe you guys see, or somebody may see. The crazy shots I shoot at times, I can sit back and see different things, so I think it’s good for me.”
1 week, 5 days ago on Russell Westbrook: ‘I still have a voice’
@f5alcon @endercpl We had Russ and Harden 2 years ago
1 week, 6 days ago on Wednesday Bolts – 5.8.13
Humiliated is a little strong
2 weeks ago on Thunder fail late in Game 2 and Memphis evens up, 99-93
Remember when Thabo was good?
2 weeks ago on Grizzlies vs. Thunder: Game 2 Pregame Primer
Memphis has taken 15 more shots....
Anyone that legitimately tried to claim deandre Jordan as the best big man in basketball should have his analyst privileges revoked.
Shaq is so damn dumb
Yeah that's it buddy, you've figured it out. The nba conspiracy to get the grizzlies to the conference finals.
Imagine if we had a big man that could rebound
What an idiot
2 weeks, 3 days ago on Thunder show growth, determination in season-saving Game 6 win
Now he's gonna go to the opposite end of the spectrum and start rolling out the most ridiculous lineups imaginable on a regular basis
2 weeks, 3 days ago on Thunder finish off the Rockets, 103-94
More like the Nash-lead Suns
I don't think it's far-fetched that they land one of those players. Problem is, I don't think any of those players ever put them over the top. CP3 and Harden both require the ball in their hands too much to work together, Dwight is a diva and a cancer, and Igoudala is a really good player, but he isn't the type that cements you in contender status. Reading the r/NBA subreddit, it's funny to me the way people are anointing Houston as contenders as soon as next season, and using the Thunder of a few seasons ago as an example of why. Houston, and more specifically a team with Harden as the leader, just strikes me as the type of team that's gonna put up good regular season numbers and then get eliminated from the 2nd round every season.
Dude just averaged 35, 9 and 6, while carrying the team on his bacl. I'm not sure it's possible to take it to a higher level.
My point was simply that he would be more impactful than Perk, and would be a good all-around contributor off the bench if used properly.
Bring in Dwight Howard. What that team needs is another non-leader superstar.
My thoughts exactly. If he stays healthy he's a shoe-in to be in the top 10
How long ago was that? Getting to the finals once and then getting eliminated early from every playoff appearance since then does not cement you as a good coach when it matters most.