Tweet of the Night: Matt Barnes posts a meme about D’Angelo Russell’s situation

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By now, you’ve heard of the incident between Los Angeles Lakers guards D’Angelo Russell and Nick Young. Long story short, Russell made himself the most untrustworthy teammate or friend in the league by recording something Young shared with him in a very-much private conversation. Subsequently, the video somehow leaked to the entire world, and the rookie point guard has learned the hard way that snitching doesn’t win you any fans. Apparently, things have been even worse with his teammates.    [Read more…]


Bernucca: Grizzlies Take Grit ‘n’ Grind to Another Gear

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Just six NBA teams have played at a .600 pace this season. A seventh briefly reached the threshold last week, and you have to wonder how in the world they got there. Consider that this team:Is in the bottom five in 3-point makes, attempts and percentage in the most prolific season for 3-pointers in league history.Has been without its best player for over a month.Responded to losing its best player by dealing two more of its top five remaining rotation players


Bernucca: If Outspoken Butler Isn’t Leader of Bulls, Who Is?

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If you are like many Americans – middle-class, middle-aged males not unlike myself – and watched your first NBA games this season on Christmas, then you probably think the Chicago Bulls are just fine. If you have watched at any other time this season, then you know otherwise. On Christmas, the Bulls played perhaps their best game of the season. They went into Loud City without injured emotional leader Joakim Noah and never trailed against the Thunder, leaving with a convincing 105-96


Five Things To Watch: Memphis Grizzlies

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There aren’t many small-market teams that have experienced a run of success like the Memphis Grizzlies have over the past half-decade. The Grizzlies are looking to keep the train rolling this season after an offseason which has perhaps been underrated. Most important, the Grizzlies locked up franchise cornerstone Marc Gasol for the long haul, ensuring they will have a chance to be competitive both now and likely for years to come – assuming Mike Conley, a free agent next summer, is