Thrilling uprising in the Warriors fan community to bench Lee or EVERYBODY LOVES DRAYMOND GREEN
There's no way to get around it, David Lee has been kind of bad this year so far. Like... bad. His defense is and always has been and will be atrocious, so if he isn't scoring, his value drops precipitously. However, he can still rebound with the best of them... The Iguodala and O'Neal injuries have really hampered the defense, and Iguodala needs to be back as soon as possible to help save the D.
Just bought a Warriors four-pack of tickets, the last seats conventionally available for the Celtics on 1/10, as well as the Pacers on 1/20, the Heat on 2/12 and the Nets on 2/20.
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So Nets are gaining on Kyle Lowry and are presumably in the lead for him per Woj
He would add major speed to this team and another good bench piece, and gives Nets someone if Deron gets hurt, only problem would be the Nets giving up another rare future asset they actually have in Bojan Bogdanivic and maybe even Plumlee
These days I find beauty as depressing as years beyond my time.
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Re: NBA: KOBE BRYANT DISCUSSION THREAD
Pringles on Gasol:
"He'll get through it. The message is the same to everybody: Just play hard and we'll figure it out," D'Antoni said of Gasol. "If you don't play hard, it's hard to figure out because you don't know what works and what doesn't. I think everybody has the same message and we keep beating it in during practice. Every film session we show them what we want and hopefully they'll do it."
When asked if talking about being uncomfortable sometimes perpetuates that reality, D'Antoni said, "Absolutely. It's also a nice excuse to not play hard. That's a classic, 'Well I don't know what I'm supposed to do.'
"Well, you don't have trouble getting up to the pay stub line. They know what to do there to get the check. So, obviously you know what to do. They will."