Didn't want to say it last night, waited 12 hours, saying it now: Marcus Camby would have gotten that rebound.
@RicBucher And in case it comes up again: Bosh-to-OKC has zero chance of happening for more reasons than I can list in 140 characters.
The #OKCTHUNDER has assigned Byron Mullens and Kyle Weaver to the Tulsa 66ers - Darnell Mayberry
Oklahoma City fell to the Houston Rockets Saturday, but point guard Russell Westbrook poured in a career-high 33 in the loss. It might be time to put the former first-round pick among the elite fantasy guards in the NBA.
Westbrook is averaging more than 18 points per game so far this season, and is also grabbing more than five rebounds per. But his defense and ball distribution are what make him special.
The second-year man out of UCLA is dishing out nearly eight assists per night and is shooting 50 percent from the field. If you can still get Westbrook on a buy-low basis in your fantasy league, get him, get him now. He and Brandon Jennings are the next two elite point guards in the NBA, and the transformation appears to be happening already.
Marcin Gortat has seen his popularity soar locally with his solid play in the playoffs. Said Gortat: "I’m actually scared to go out. I can’t move 30 feet in Orlando without having 30 fans screaming my name. The other night at a restaurant 100 people stood up and clapped and called me ‘The Polish Hammer.’ It made me feel like Dwight Howard.’’
OMG the biggest shot of lebrons career...mvp mvp mvp mvp mvp