og15 wrote:NBAfan3024 wrote:og15 wrote:The actual funny part is that some of the Memphis players are acting like the Clippers players said this.
"Prove it on the court"? Okay, so you want the person in control of the twitter account to come and play against you? It's not like it was Chris Paul or Blake Griffin tweeting, so they are aware that they are responding to some random guy or girl posting on twitter essentially. Then Courtney Lee "that's what they do over there", he isn't even part of the rivalry, he wasn't in any of those playoff series', and again, he's aware that he's talking about the twitter guy or girl.
You are aware the Doc doesn't post for the Clippers on twitter, right?
Lol, you guys are really funny if you don't grasp that you keep saying "they" as if the team got together and said "hey, let's have the twitter person post this".
Just like the Doc thing, which I did get tricked by too:
Doc said warriors were lucky to not face the clippers
I'm sorry but he wasn't misquoted at all
By the word "they" is the whole franchise not just the players
Context my friend. Don't get me wrong, Doc is no saint, but the context of his comments vs how they were presented were quite different.
No the funny part is Clipper Franchise culture top to bottom. And that you would then go and try to divert it to players of another team? Clipper Marketing department most likely has accounts with every social media as most companies do. This is a professional business. Unfortunately, clipper culture is a shared personality disorder that everyone on the outside has to tolerate. Listening to all the excuses, diverting, and insults got old fast.