Someone called Dewayne Dedmon scored 18, and David Lee and Patty Mills came off the bench for 26 each as the San Antonio Spurs defeated the Brooklyn Nets in Brooklyn, 112-86.
The most positive Kings fan in the world has surfaced.
I have a shirt — one of my favorite shirts, though it’s grown a little tight over the years — that says Fuck You and Your Glass House. It’s written on rocks. Now I wish I had a shirt that said Fuck You and Your I Told You Sos.
A couple of folks recorded Mr. First Team All-Defense making his picks for the All-Star team. It’s great.
The Nets’ move to wave former No. 1 overall selection Anthony Bennett Monday is a reminder that, were LeBron James born somewhere not in the geographic neighborhood of Cleveland, the Cavaliers would still be the poorly run, tone-deaf joke of the league.
Who would have thought — while some teams in today’s NBA landscape don’t have one — that three true centers, all recent high draft picks, on one team, would be a bad idea? The answer is painfully obviously. Hinkie. The maligned former 76ers GM is gone, but his hi-jinks are not.
You don’t need to know how to spell his name after four years in the NBA, but you really should know this.
Here is a notebook filler.
Your team could be alright. Here’s part two of of our thirty part series chronicling all the possible very good things to come for your team.