Lee is many things, but a true center ain’t one of ‘em. The Knicks got away with playing Lee at the 5 because the East is still pretty weak overall. The West has teams with legitimately huge power forwards and centers: Bynum/Gasol, Cousins, Yao, TD, Nene, Kaman–I’ll even include Sideshow Bob Lopez in Phoenix because he really showed me something last year, and he’s definitely enormous.
David Lee trade rumors are flying but it’s hard to buy the hype. Warriors management is likely doing what fans dally in: Impotent window shopping. At least that’s what they damned well should be doing—lameducks shouldn’t be raising ducklings. Lee has been a comically bad defender despite all that brilliant […]
The weather was bleak, a greying sky that bore no contrast to Oracle’s concrete corrosion. Inside the stadium, far too many fans bubbled with far too much enthusiasm. After eons of Cohanese water torture, legions of Warriors supporters persevere like three-eyed fish near a nuclear plant. They simply won’t die, […]
Monroe is the best available big-man in the draft following Favors and Cousins, which for the Warriors would be a nice pick up at #6. Monroe is the probably the most diverse and multi-faceted big man in the draft which is a huge plus […]
By Sherwood Strauss
The Warriors have reached a verbal agreement with their fans “not to suck.” No word on the exact terms, something about Oracle, Maui, and Tim Kawakami getting bored. In the meantime, I’ll speculate on a trade rumor that will likely hang till draft day.
I’m a huge Anthony […]
Love and Randolph are linked in trade rumors, and it makes cosmic sense. Two players, screwed by comical talent squandering, brain-melting irrationality. Just thinking about either situation makes me crave an aneurism. Or an NBA front office job. Anthony Randolph: The Weeping Pogo Stick Minute thieves: Mikki Moore (seriously?), Chris […]
• Thanks for winning those games, Nellie. At least Don combed his hair for the late season franchise-bludgeoning victories. I guess. • Speaking of stretches untanked, the NBA should go back to the old system where every playoff team has an equal lottery chance. Why incentivize tanking? And if a […]
Coming into the season, the Golden State Volcano Watch had narrowed to a sharp focus. Stephen Jackson was clearly the most likely Warrior to erupt, with Mount St. Ellis a distant second.
Bay Area residents had hoped that the recently dormant Anthony Randolph had permanently cooled, defused by two recent […]