Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past week you know the Warriors traded Stephen Jackson to the Charlotte Bobcats in exchange for Raja Bell and Vladimir Radmanovic aka the Space Cadet.
Jackson had a great stint with the Warriors which spoiled at the end but he’ll forever be remembered by Warrior fans for his role in the rejuvenation of the franchise even if it was short lived.
We bid farewell to Stack Jack and wish him success in Charlotte.
The Cool Kid
Everyone had Blake Griffin penciled in as Rookie of the Year from the moment he declared for the draft as he was seen by most observers as the best player in the draft. Unfortunately for Griffin he hasn’t been able to stay healthy since being drafted as he is still out after sustaining a knee injury prior to the season. With Griffin being out, it has opened the door for other rookies to take over the throne.
With all due respect to Ty Lawson, Stephen Curry, Tyreke Evans and other rookies who are having a great start to their careers, the kid at the top of the hill is Brandon Jennings aka Young Money.
Jennings is averaging 25/5 and showing off a new and improved stroke which was the most scrutinized part of his game coming into the season. Jennings is putting on a show every night in Milwaukee and giving Buck fans a glimmer of hope for the future.
Young Money dropped a double nickel on the Warriors in which he gave anyone and everyone who tried to guard him the business.
Elie Seckbach with Stephen Curry
Kevin Durant, Jeff Green and James Harden make a video for “Say Aahh”
He Said What?
“You ain’t won a ring and you ain’t never gonna win a ring” – Rajan Rondo to CP3 after the Celtics beat the Hornets in Boston.
“I told him he looked like the old BD and not old ass BD” – Coach John Lucas on Boom Dizzle’s performance against the Warriors earlier this month.
(Credit to my man Ric Bucher for getting those quotes)
“I am the head leader”- Monta Ellis