Category — Chris Kaman
You knew Carlos Boozer would be on the list, but Amar’e as the top dog?
The Hoop Doctors
September 20, 2012 No Comments
This gem from the Twitter account of Laker fan Gary Collard: “If the Lakers lose tonight and the Clippers win tomorrow, does David Stern lock up Executive of the Year?”
May 12, 2012 No Comments
Billy Hunter is making the NBA players executive committee look like buffoons, particularly Mo Evans. Evans, once a teammate with Derek Fisher with the Lakers, has been the most vocal committee member about forcing Fisher out as president despite the union paying almost $5 million to Hunter’s family for union-related “work.” Please.
The committee went as far as dropping the name of Chris Paul, who also is a member of the committee and voted for Fisher’s ouster, as a possible successor to Fisher. Wonder where that came from?
Seriously, the stench is becoming unbearable.
Rick Fox was a guest on the “Petros & Money” show this afternoon on Fox Radio in L.A. Fox said the wackiness is just beginning. And though he didn’t elaborate, it’s a good guess more skeletons will be falling out of Hunter’s closet.
April 24, 2012 No Comments
Rick: “Hold me back Al before I kill ‘em all.” How about that jacket? Looks like something out of Anthony Thornton’s closet, no?
Last night Rick Barry called Warrior fans classless for booing owner Joe Lacob for trading Monta Ellis. Seemed like open season to us. Today Barry is the focus of a piece about all that’s wrong with the NBA and its players, a story we’re guessing was probably written before Slick Rick told Warrior fans to take a flying funk. Bitter? C’mon Rick. This generation, Mr. Barry, will say similar things about the next and the next 1 after that. This shit runs in cycles.
March 20, 2012 No Comments
Is that you Boston?
Can’t believe my daughter the Celtic fan hasn’t mentioned they’ve lost 5 in a row, the latest to the Thunder and Kendrick Perkins tonight in Boston.
January 16, 2012 No Comments
Do the Clippers vote David Stern a share of playoff coin if they win it all?
In a poll of 30 ESPN writers and personalities, 25 of them picked the Heat to win this season’s NBA title. Three of them picked the Bulls and 2 predicted the Thunder would win it all.
Us? As much as Miami is the safe pick, we’re rolling with our homies (Thunder). Now beam us up Scottie.
December 23, 2011 1 Comment
It’s a Heat-Thunder NBA final waiting to happen. Can’t argue with that.
December 19, 2011 No Comments
Forget the Lakers getting the shaft in the Chris Paul deal. The Rockets are reeling too. And the reputation of Hornets’ GM Dell Demps. Can you spell s-l-a-n-d-e-r?
Adrian Wojnarowski pens 1 of the best pieces I’ve read so far regarding this hijacking by David Stern and the NBA.
December 15, 2011 No Comments
In the past week, the Clippers have signed Caron Butler and Chauncey Billups. Now, with a huge assist from David Stern and a colluding group of NBA owners, they’ve added Chris Paul to the mix, making them a major threat in the Western Conference. We imagine Stern will be in Dallas on Opening Day to watch the Heat-Mavericks tilt, but would he be so inclined to catch his new product tip off in the Bay Area on Christmas night?
Obviously, Lakers are pissed: Wouldn’t you like to be a fly on the wall at their headquarters?
December 15, 2011 No Comments
After being a long-time subscriber to Direct TV’s NBA package, which broadcasts the majority of league contests almost every night, I refuse to pay the $159 fee (down from the $189 from last season) this season. Just couldn’t contribute to this farce David Stern and owners such as Michael Jordan and Dan Gilbert are selling.
If it were smart, the league could have performed a PR stroke of genius by giving the package away free, but that isn’t in the DNA of people like Jordan or Gilbert.
December 14, 2011 No Comments