Ha!If Beverley injures someone watch for a set of car keys to come flying at his head, they’ll be mine.
Jesus. This is why we can't have nice things.The Lakers are even more superstar-dependent than the Suns; and so with none available but the washed-up ex-superstar Russell Westbrook, the Lakers were so bad in that game that their performance basically padded the stats of all the Suns players. I thought Ayton's performance was acceptable but, as the kids say, "meh." Same thing for Paul and Bridges, really: good enough and that is all. The Lakers' non-star players are un-interesting. Chris Paul...I was just thinking that at this point in his career, he is the point guard equivalent of Tim Duncan: bland but he is surely the best technician the Suns have ever had to lead them. (If you knew what I think about Tim Duncan, you'd know I was complimenting Paul.)
This was just a win, and probably would have had limited entertainment value had I been able to watch. Fine.
yeah... I was fine with us getting a little help injuries wise and recouping some games we lost when we were decimated. That NO win has gotten a little pep back in my step and I'm looking forward to big time back to back matchups against the Grizz and Nuggets to use as measuring sticks to see where we are at this point, with hopefully Cam on the horizon by the end of next month.Jesus. This is why we can't have nice things.
Maybe but personally I think it's Covid. IMO it's been running rampant throughout the league and is contributing to some very unusual 5 or 6 game stretches. I think we've seen it run through Milwaukee, Boston, Memphis, Golden State, Phoenix, Utah, Dallas, New Orleans, Cleveland and so on and we'll keep seeing it.Looks like the Clippers game did get us back up and going. Like I said every game matters