It would have been more fire if it was the black, red, blue color pattern.
illastrate wrote:Does anybody still feel like this is a dream? I'm still on cloud nine 3 days later.
nickhx2 wrote:i have a lot of apprehensions, still, though.
first, losing shai still feels pretty bad. he was the ONE guy you wanted to keep out of all this.
second, still feels undersized even though i know our 4 spot will do some good work. i think zubac will come back much improved after an offseason of healing through hand injurie as well. that said, we are really hoping for a guy like noah or someone similar to make us feel really good about the season. i wonder if tyson chandler has anything left in the tank.
third, i'm concerned about how we're going to handle kawhi's rest days. it's something we certainly should expect, for sure, but will our training staff do as good a job as toronto's did? will kawhi miss more games or less? fwiw i do like the idea of getting pg some rest days too. i just wish we had a developing young star who could eat up all those lost pg/kl minutes and accelerate his learning curve en route to the playoffs, a la siakam.
Quake Griffin wrote:viewtopic.php?f=6&t=1871628
NBAWestFan wrote:I'll believe when the trophy is held up.
But until then I believe God was a Laker fan and did not care for the Clippers.
Maybe it is more about ownership than anything.
Sterling was Jinxed
NBAWestFan wrote:I guess it is all about the $
Life time Laker GM and Player signs with the Clippers, GSW and Grizzlies. Show him the $ and he goes.
Jerry West know where the $ are.