clippers vs sac
just finished the game on tv. looks like evans was on some get back with gordan. the bets thing is he also got the win. is there another allstar big man with worst defense then kaman? i said before the clips would probably keep gooden and it seems they are. dont blame them because hes a pretty good player. also knew jordan would continue to do what hes been doing. kaman was his usual productive offensive self and outlaw still hasnt seen a shot that he doesnt like..lol..i like his game htough. was impressed by landry as usual. love his work ethic
EJ didn't defend Evans majority of the game... Baron did. He defended him in the third quarter and he did a pretty good job, other than a few plays. Butler defended him in the fourth quarter.
Kaman's defense is a joke LOL... He doesn't even try. I get a kick out of him. I've never been more frustrated with a team as I have been with the Clippers since I started watching them last season... They battled back and got down by one with a couple of minutes to go, but then through the ball away... I don't get them.
get back wasnt refered to evans beating gordan for the whole game. just the win and when gordan was matched up with him
What's worse Kaman's D or his "hair cut?"
I'll cut him some slack on his haircut lol... The man is balding and he can't help that. He has little to work with!
I can't cut him any slack on defense though. He's awful. I mean, at least put in the effort.
i dont think there is anything kaman could do with his hair to make him pretty. what he was gifted in height, he got deducted from the looks department.
as for the clippers, even i thought they would be competitive this season. hopefully griffin bounces back strong.
Could you post that article titled "Why LeBron could be a Laker" in the ESPN rumors section? Lol I have this read this. It claims he reportedly wants to play for Phil.
We told you last week that Phil Jackson's future -- whether he re-ups with L.A. this summer or heads elsewhere -- could have an effect on whether or not Kobe Bryant gets out of his contract and tests the free-agent waters this summer.
We also noted that if Jackson were to stay in L.A. but instead coach the Clippers -- a team that will be looking for a new coach next season -- it could be enough to convince LeBron James to come play the 3 for the Clips.
But what about if Jackson were to stay with the Lakers? LeBron couldn't possibly go there, could he?
According to Roland Lazenby of HoopsHype, James "is quietly making overtures to the Los Angeles Lakers. He wants to play for them. And James is not all that concerned whether Kobe Bryant is part of the equation."
Lazenby also notes: "Mainly, he wants to wear a championship ring, which means he wants to play for Lakers coach Phil Jackson."
Lazenby also cites a source that says Jackson loves LeBron.
Obviously, there are several complicating factors here: to bring on James, the Lakers would have to free up a good chunk of their payroll, and one would assume Kobe would need to sign off on such a potential move. That is, of course, if he opts to stay with the team beyond this year. But some sort of a sign-and-trade isn't out of the realm of possibility here.
Yet, if LeBron wants to play for Jackson, and Jackson apparently loves LeBron, the Lakers aren't the only team they could team up on.
We already mentioned the Clippers. But the Nets are looking for a new coach and are hoping to make a big-name splash, Vinny Del Negro's job in Chicago still isn't rock solid and the Knicks could also unload Mike D'Antoni in favor of Jackson, if they knew it meant landing James.
the espn insider "rumors" section reports a lot of random stuff with little merit. However, i would not be mad if lebron teamed up with kobe. Lebron could carry the lakers and show kobe who the man is for 44 minutes, then kobe could show lebron how to be clutch and win games in the last 4 minutes. It could be a beautiful reltionship.
Lol... That's crazy. That wouldn't even be fair if the Lakers were somehow (I don't see how they could afford him) able to pair Kobe up with LeBron.
yeah, highly doubtful. This is the first time i even contemplated the idea. Who wouldn't want Lebron this summer. I'm used to the lakers getting good players, but that would truly be kind of unfair
It's also highly doubtful that Phil would even think about coaching the Clippers... Unless they agreed to pay him an amount of money that's just unheard of... And that'd be just to think about coaching them lol.