- Joined Jan 2, 2014
I feel like Philly gonna blow the lead lol
I don't hate Melo but this all seems rather disingenuous, not only by the public at large; but on here as well.The hate for Melo is like nothing I've ever seen
Yeah, except you quoted wavy's Melo post and said "the vast majority know his time is up."
Someone called me Trae Young today when we were hoopin. Idk if it’s because I was shooting the ball into the ocean or if it’s cuz my hair is thinning. Went from JJ Reddick nicknames to Trae soon to Ginobli :smh: you trying to play 1v1?niketalk.com
Not to mention preemptively complaining about LeBron bringing "trash-*** Melo" to the Lakers before it even happened.
Now you want to demand an apology.
First Randle, then LeBron being washed, then the strength of schedule, now this. You can't even keep track of your own trash-*** takes.
Watch, if the Lakers win the title this year you're gonna be saying you were in the LeBron > Kobe club all along.
Just got home. Thought they'd be able to keep it close since the starters didn't play the 4th last night. Their offense shouldn't be this horrendous. Coaching staff and players have some soul searching to doAre there any jazz fans present? And I ain't talking bout boney james
Phoenix not bad though.We're not even a fun kind of bad like Washington or Phoenix. It's just Julius Randle spinning into double teams or Marcus Morris shooting mid range jumpers. We play like five dudes that just met for the first time at LA Fitness.
More importantly, it’s not just his individual statistics that have shined. His positive impact on the team is indisputable. The Blazers are averaging a whopping 126.7 points per 100 possessions with Anthony on the floor, versus just 98.1 points per 100 possessions with Anthony on the bench.
Yet, while few doubted he could still put up points, Anthony’s effort and intensity on the defensive end during his short stint in Portland has been downright surprising. Since signing with the Blazers, Portland is allowing 106.2 points per 100 possessions with Anthony on the court. That number jumps up to 112.3 when Melo is on the bench.