Andre Iguodala spoke out on the Breakfast Club yesterday, saying that the Warriors should have lost to OKC in the Western Conference Finals. He also said that the Thunder were the best team in the playoffs.
He is aware which team won the Finals, right?
No matter how far away the NBA season is, every storyline seems to run through Oakland these days.
J.J. Redick took to Twitter to put to rest the competitive-balance takes about Kevin Durant's move to the Warriors:
Since Miami formed their "superteam" in '10 there have been 5 different champs in 6 seasons. All this complaining about comp balance is . — JJ Redick (@JJRedick) July 14, 2016
Boston formed a "superteam" in '08 but did thru trades. Ok for teams to group greats 2gether but not for players to decide to do that? — JJ Redick (@JJRedick) July 14, 2016
Players should have freedom to decide where they want to play. Period. — JJ Redick (@JJRedick) July 14, 2016
See that's just uncalled for. He had to hit him with the windmill too? Obviously Russell Westbrook has been working with him on letting his anger out on the basket since his move to Oklahoma city.
We kind of thought him and Timmy D would be a package deal. Alas, we get one more season of bald spot magic and percentage-busting shots, and that is more than enough reason to tune in to Spurs games this season.
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