another fun fact about his play is that there were 6 seconds on the shot clock at the time
My offseason FA wishlist:
Sergio Rodriguez (backup pg)
Thomas Robinson (backup pf)
Andray Blatche (starting pf - replacing West)
Corey Brewer (starting sg/sf - interchangeable w/ PG)
http://www.sportsnetwork.com/merge/t...ACN4655575.htm=== Spurs' Green out four weeks with broken finger ===
San Antonio, TX (SportsNetwork.com) - San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green
is expected to miss approximately four weeks with a broken left index finger.
Green hurt his finger in the first half of Sunday's victory over Minnesota.
The Spurs initially said that Green sprained his left index finger, but an X-
ray and an MRI on Monday revealed a nondisplaced fracture of his second
The 26-year-old Green is averaging 7.4 points, 3.0 rebounds and 1.3 assists in
37 games (28 starts) this season.
The Spurs have been playing without center Tiago Splitter (shoulder) and guard
Manu Ginobili (hamstring).
Interested in the Knicks game tonight, they may be back on track if they win, which would make it 5 wins in a row for them
Knicks were playing somewhat decent the first half, but they don't give effort consistently. They were up 14, but down now since they stopped playing defense.
Yay, I don't know if we're going back to the play-offs!
Yep, Knicks have been outscored 20-8 in the 4th quarter so far, Suns lead by 5
Now the Knicks lead 92-90 after a Raymond Felton 3
A Pacers-esque 2 for 16 by Gerald Green tonight
Knicks pull it out and are now the 8th seed at 15-22 . Gotta love the eastern conference
I like Gerald he seems like a cool guy and I wish he could have fit in better with the Pacers, but every time I see anything about him, good or bad, I remember the game winning back door lay up he gave up against the TWolves and I think "thank god he doesn't play for us anymore."
And quietly the Spurs are 30-8 and number one in the western conference.
The Spurs game on March 31st might determine the #1 overall seed for the playoffs.
I'm fascinated by this Anthony Bennet season. I don't like college basketball and I especially don't like the Cavs so I haven't seen him play much at all, but with all the hate he's been getting I wanted to check him out. I watched everything on YouTube I could find of him at UNLV and I found a video of every shot he's taken in the NBA so far (up to around December).
From what I watched his post game in college was mostly low release flip shots around the rim he took against smaller players. He's still shooting those same shots, they're just getting blocked by guys who are half a foot taller than his competition in college. Unless he puts in a ton of work and reinvents himself I don't know how he's gonna score around the rim.
On the plus side I don't think his jump shot looks bad at all. I know jack about shooting mechanics but it looks smooth and he's got a consistent release. They haven't been going in so far in his rookie season but I bet he acclimates to the three point line eventually and has some nice games.
Memphis is Indianapolis NBA south. Randolph, Lee, and Conley are all starters
David "And One" West
David "And One" West