Now that All-Star Break is over, how heavily is Orlando shopping Dwight around?
Not? At least it looks like they're trying to get him help by figuring a way to get Monta Ellis to the team.Originally Posted by capntightpants
The fact that they need other teams to facilitate trades to bring in good help pretty much reveals Orlando's inability to have already surrounded him with secondary talent, and no wonder Dwight is interested in leaving.Originally Posted by capntightpants
The thing is the Magic have a history of blowing big games at home so its tough to judge. I do like that Thunder team a lot, but they tense up a lot at crunch time and miss huge FTs a lot too. Last night they missed a couple big ones with about 24 seconds left and they did the same the night before. Plis, as great as he is athletically, Westbrook still doesn't seem to get that he has to let Durant be the man, and Durant refuses to step up and seize it. They are so talented but mentally need to toughen up.Originally Posted by chazbot
Also, the Heat looked really good without Bosh against a good Portland team that should have been a bad matchup for them last night. It must have been a real conflict for Squirrel Boy to see them play so well without his Bosh.
It's a bit like having sex with a jellyfish: once might an interesting experiment, twice would be perversion!
You never know what worse luck your bad luck has saved you from.
Originally Posted by Ball Don't Lie