RT @espn_macmahon: Source: Rockets center Clint Capela is expected to miss Friday's home game against the Pacers. Capela was evaluated for a concussion after a collision when he drew a charge late in Houston's win over the Clippers on Wednesday.
Source: Rockets center Clint Capela is expected to miss Friday's home game against the Pacers. Capela was evaluated for a concussion after a collision when he drew a charge late in Houston's win over the Clippers on Wednesday.
RT @FTFonFS1: "Harden scores more, assists more & plays a lot more. He was also the FAR batter player last night.... There've been 2 moments in Kawhi's career he's been better than Harden: the 2016 season & last year's postseason. At every other moment, Harden has been better." —@getnickwright https://t.co/ERshXPaKGd
The most befuddling part of NBA adopting coach's challenge: No coaches seem to like it, nor did any (that I know of) advocate for it.
Oddly enough, just about every NBA coach I've talked to hates the coach's challenge. After looking into the data put out by the league, it's clear it won't make them happy (what will?). Oh and only one coach has yet to make a coach's challenge. Guess who? https://t.co/3rKBnxpH8m
More than any other sport, basketball is the one where once you establish a reputation among casual fans, everything gets twisted to mesh with it — regardless of what actually happens. Kawhi hasn't been THAT type of player in a few years, but the narrative stuck, and on we go.
"Everybody's told me the Clippers are the best defensive team, Kawhi is the best 2-way player and it's not even close...I just need to know why he didn't have Harden? If you're that dog, you go to Doc Rivers and say: Enough of this, I got him and lock him down." — @ShannonSharpe https://t.co/2yijCjQIrz
It has haunted and tormented both Doc and Austin that the label put on Austin Rivers has always been: "He's only in this league because his father is so respected." More @Undisputed, now on FS1