Kevin Martin has come home.
Rumblings that the Wolves loss was a 'good loss', a high-character loss, or what have you, started appearing on Twitter. See, the Clippers won but they didn't deserve it. As all things Internet go, an ensuing counter-argument developed: In essence, the team that outscores the other team is the winner. No exceptions.
The Warriors used Marc Gasol's knowledge of their tendencies against him on Wednesday night to get an easy alley-oop for Andrew Bogut.
It was a busy night in the NBA, which makes my job all the more difficult because I have to sieve through all the amazing-ness to figure out what was the best. Or funniest. Or silliest. I'm not complaining. In fact, it makes my morning a lot more fun because I have an excuse to go through twitter, watch games and all the highlights. Otherwise, I'd have to do something like chores. Ugh. Chores.
The New York Knicks are seemingly reaching new lows with each passing game. How can they be fixed? By following a simple 12-step program, of course!
Tacos > Sausage Egg McMuffins (Photo via KOi Fusion)
The free Taco Bell Chalupas that the Portland Trail Blazers would give their fans if the team would score 100 or more points at a home game was
We're four weeks into the NBA season and several things are already clear, but then there are some things that are, let's say, blurry, like Dwight Howard's post-game.
We haven't done a Lion Face/Lemon Face for over two weeks now, which may or may not be my fault, but no worries because the season is still young and I'm ready to make it up to you.
The Clippers have been awful on defense. But why?
The San Antonio Spurs continue their tradition of flying under the radar, much like a horror movie villain. And as is the case with said villain, by the time you're paying attention, it's already too late to avoid the inevitable culling.