And Harden gets suspended. Wonder if this is an unofficial thing where the refs chicken out of the right call if a star is going to get thrown out, and the league issues the suspension after everyone is safely out of town
Watched the Kobe Muse documentary. Interesting portrait.
Lakers are/were lucky to have him. If the rap is nobody wants to play with him, it's because they're a lazy. He demands as much from anyone as he is willing to give, which is a fair expectation, though sometimes misguided as what the max some guys can give don't meet his expectations. Howard isn't one of those, as he had the tools.
His dad was 6-10. Played 8 years in the NBA... didn't know either of those things.
Rehab scene with the marbles was probably the most interesting moment, just watching how he thinks, how he approached the task.
that's interesting, i watched a full suns game the other day and i thought they looked like they had horrible chemistry, every single player (besides the morris twins together). nobody ever helped each other up or dapped up or anything.
also apparently they lead the league w/ ~40 techs this season; the morrises have like 20 combined. the spurs as a team have 3.
they've looked terrible since the break. interesting note: hornacek says they literally haven't had the chance to practice a single time since all-star break. sheds some light on why they're struggling, after making some giant moves.
Come on man. Len grabbed a handful of jersey and threw Whiteside to the ground. That's not pushing him away. They had both previously hit each other in the face so it did escalate, but that's mostly a mischaracterization