We hardly knew ya. Actually, we knew ya pretty well. It's probably time to go. Still sad, though.
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While the Eastern Conference has been a bit of a dumpster fire this season with three teams expected
Nobody likes flies. Whether you're taking in a nice sunny day with a cool beverage in your hand or just waiting until you've finished eating dinner to clean up your mucky dishes, they seem to always find a way to mess things up.
People keep thinking Brian Scalabrine is Matt Bonner's alter ego, Coach B.
Jordan Crawford's been traded from the Boston Celtics to the Golden State Warriors. Some call him Steezus, but he's definitely more of a Janus.
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In 28 games this season, Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry have combined for 172 threes. Between the two of them, they attempt 15 threes per game, and knock down 6.5. They are also both shooting over 41.5 percent from the perimeter, which is just terrifying. So what I'm trying to say is that you could say - if you really, really want to - that they are living up to their "Splash Brothers" nickname.
The Golden State Warriors scored over two points per possession in the fourth quarter. Because, you know, why not?
Last season's second round match-up between the Golden State Warriors and San Antonio Spurs may as well just be referred to as, "The Harrison Barnes Coming Out Party." In those six games, he was a headache for Gregg Popovich. But why, after having a solid-but-unspectacular rookie season, did Barnes explode in those six games?
Friday against the Golden State Warriors, Westbrook nailed a trey that put Oklahoma up by one point and left just 0.1 seconds on the clock. The game-winner secured a win for his rolling squad and left us speaking in tongues. Let's not allow the electricity of the moment to confuse us, though. This was not the play of the game, or even his. Westbrook's defining imprint on the game seconds before the shot when he flung into the air and lunged for an offensive rebound that would have otherwise belonged to the 6'11 Jermaine O'Neal.