Ive seen him play a bunch of times in Toronto. Watching him live you really see what a great game he has. I think he is a great point guard, a great leader and a real competitor. He is the real deal and if Toronto is trading him they must be giving up on the season . He was every bit as important to that Championship team as Khawai Leonard ( who was also great). Put him on that Philadelphia team and look out ( particularly if they dont give up any key players to get him). That would be a great acquisition for Philadelphia he is truly an elite point guard.I’m not freaking out you’re freaking out.
The teams have 15 player rosters. It would seem to make sense to match that number.Another answer to the All-Star snub issue is to allow more guys to be selected for each team. Maybe as many as 15 with perhaps one being a legacy player who has had a great body of work for years. Mike Conley comes to mind for that. The players like to play but it's more about the event and the All-Star week in normal times. This year in particular there are a lot of players having great seasons.
I think he’s funny in a you never know what he’s going to say next kind of way, but I am very anti-Nets at the moment.i like durant and harden is ok but i can't stand kyrie....makes it hard to root for brooklyn.
Brooklyn Nets star Kyrie Irving reaffirmed his stance that Kobe Bryant's silhouette should be the NBA's new logo, saying he's OK with being a leader of that conversation.www.espn.com
It was gross! Simmons and Embiid were 24/39 from the field. The rest of the team was 14/45 18 turnovers and 66% from the line, it was just bad. Need that third option (Harris)!Sixers couldn’t hit a foul shot nor a three tonight. Curry was like 1-13.
As well as Embiid and Ben are playing they still gotta get something from the others while waiting for Harris to get back.
Boy, they could be a real contender if they can get that one extra player.