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You’re not fooling anyone, Cleveland. We all know a Kevin Love deal is near.
When you get your ass beaten by a team that is demonstrably better than you in every way, the best course of action is to move on and try to get better for next time. Here’s another way to deal with it: Show a complete lack of sportsmanship and try to halfheartedly fight the other guys.
If I told you that Kevin Durant would score 48 points and the Thunder would still lose to the worst team in the Western Conference, you’d probably tell me to turn in my badge and gun, because I’m off the force. But wait boss, you didn’t let me tell you about the game Gordon Hayward had!
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NBA season. This team-by-team preview details why it’s probably not your favorite team’s year. Next up, the potentially talented but baby-faced Utah Jazz.
“What? Bro, What Are You Talking About, Man?”: Russell Westbrook, NBA All-Star And Media Sass Machine
A reporter asked Russell Westbrook whether or not Utah had won the game or Oklahoma City had lost it – eschewing the fluidity of basketball for a quote. This maneuver, however conniving, is not untried – it’s a staple pot-stirrer and a question Westbrook has probably encountered 500 times in his career. But for whatever reason, he was on particular edge and took exception to the question. And so we’re left with this momentary sass genius.
At halftime of the Sacramento Kings’ loss to the Utah Jazz, DeMarcus Cousins was ejected for chirping at referee Scott Foster. Only moments earlier with 2:23 left in the first half, Cousins earned his first technical foul of the night for jabbering on about a missed foul call. At halftime, Cousins approached Foster and tried to reason with him, except Foster wasn’t having any of it. The next thing we knew Cousins had been ejected. So what did he say?
What did you miss? A whole lot of mediocre NBA action, but also the Australian Open. Let’s get into it!
What Happened Last Night: The Clippers Proved They’re For Really, Really, Real, And The Heat Kept On Languishing
Welcome to “What Happened Last Night?” We’re back to the days of this post being dominated by basketball, so if you’re not the biggest basketball fan… we warned you. For the rest of you: come right in.
Even though the Lakers’ piss poor play is nothing new, it still feels shocking and climactic and emotionally charged every time an “underdog” takes out Los Angeles. Last night the Utah Jazz became the latest team to knock the Lakers off their pedestal, controlling the game in route to a 95-86 victory. But something went terribly, terribly wrong during the game. Details, after the jump.