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Short answer: I think so.
Friday night featured a solid NBA doubleheader on ESPN. While you were out handling your business, the Oklahoma City Thunder hosted the Minnesota Timberwolves and the Portland Trailblazers traveled south to take on the Los Angeles Lakers.
Did you survive Winter Storm Nemo? Of course you did. Well, while we were in the midst of another over-hyped snowpocalypse, it was another busy Friday night in the NBA with 24 teams in action. Let’s take a look at what happened in a couple of the biggest of those games, including Heat-Clippers and Rockets-Blazers.
Joel Przybilla waited to find the right place to sign after the lockout and he eventually chose the Portland Trailblazers. Given the events of the last few days, he may want to re-think that decision, and he let some of that frustration out on Carlos Boozer.
Rudy Fernandez of the Portland Trailblazers had himself quite the play last night, and when it’s set to “Yakety Sax,” it’s downright zany.
Chris Dudley, former NBA player and current Republican candidate for governor of Oregon, made some controversial comments regarding minimum wage at a recent campaign event. Now, a new ad is skewering him for it.
ESPN.com’s Marc Stein is reporting that the Hornets have no plans on moving their star point guard and that the franchise is determined to make the partnership work. Yet, as this is likely to turn ugly, here are some trade scenarios just in case.