So warriors looking like they're cruising towards a 60+ win season again. Curry is probably going to not play in most of the fourth quarters. McAdoo looks good. Ezeli is coming along ok. Barnes is also looking like he'll get a piece of that new pie money
I was actually surprised that the Clips managed to stop Steph as long as they did, he was 5-16 in the 4th til Jordan started letting him shoot open 3s?
At least it turned out to be a very good game, thought it was over when Clips were down by 17 or so.
Sometimes I just really got to hate CP3s game, it slows way too much with him on the court, he holds the ball way too much. The bench was actually melding well and got the lead up to 9 for the Clips and with Rivers at the point, can't believe dude actually become one of the Clips best defenders. It wasn't a coincidence that the Clips got the lead when CP3 went to the bench for foul trouble and they lost it when he came back, the run and gun game is just better against the Dubs I guess? Plus CP3 missed major plays (open Blake and missed FTs). Also curious why dude st down in that last play all of a sudden, confused everyone and pretty much gave that chance away.
Lol I still remember that playoff game that the clippers all but won. Then josh smith and Brewer led that improbably charge for the rockets and resulting collapse for the clippers in game 6 and then 7. I agree with rfx, cp3 needs to get rid of the ball sooner or dribble penetrate faster
The Chicago Bulls are getting tired of dealing with Derrick Rose, according to Brian Windhorst of ESPN.
While nothing is imminent and this is just speculation, Windhorst thinks the Bulls and Rose are headed for a divorce. "Here’s how I feel about Derrick Rose: The breakup with the Bulls has begun," Windhorst said. "I don’t know how long it’s going to last, I don’t know when it’s going to be complete, but you can sort of see it. The team and the franchise have moved on, to a little bit of a certain extent." Organizational issues aside, Rose has had a slow start to the 2015-16 season, but fantasy owners should stay patient as the 27-year-old attempts to get his game back on track.
A trade before the deadline would be good for everyone.