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Don’t mind me, Tim; pretend I’m not here. But I am. (Scroll to the :35 mark).
Houston Rockets coach Kevin McHale tragically lost his daughter Sasha this fall to Lupus and subsequently took a month off from coaching before returning to the sidelines last weekend. McHale’s emotions finally got the best of him last night as the Rockets took on the Celtics and he was comforted by old Minnesota Timberwolves friend Kevin Garnett.
Kevin McHale, in his introductory press conference as coach of the Houston Rockets, poked fun at his own tenure as G.M. of the Minnesota Timberwolves.
After getting hit with a towel live on the air, Charles Barkley (jokingly?) threatens to “come over there.” No more towels were thrown afterward.
San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich is never afraid to let someone know exactly what he’s thinking…luckily for us, sometimes “what he’s thinking” is pretty funny.
The list of athletes who’ve done commercials they now regret is a long one, we imagine, and current NBA analyst/Hall of Fame player Kevin McHale is the latest to join in on the ignominy – thanks to an ’80s (it’s always the ’80s, isn’t it?) Converse ad.
There’s controversial journalism, there’s irresponsible journalism, and then there’s this, the column written by Ron Borges in today’s Boston Herald that advocates “for Dwight Howard to be Rambis-ed” by the Celtics in tonight’s Game 6 in Boston.