|Posted by shawn cassidy on September 23, 2012 at 12:50 AM|
Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul, who is featured on the covers of October's GQ, told the magazine he actually preferred being traded to the Clippers rather than the Los Angeles Lakers last year.
"They had the better pieces," Paul said. "And winning with the Clippers would be legendary."
No question it would mean a lot winning in a Clippes uniform, but you know he didn't give a crap which LA team got him. He wanted LA one way or another. He can sit back, and say this now because he's on the Clippers. He would've had some other bull crap line about being on the Lakers instead of the Clippers. Paul is an ass, and thanks again Danny for not being an idiot.
"Amare needs a point guard like Steve Nash (to thrive). He's a pick-and-roll guy, a pick-and-pop guy. He can't play in the half court where everything's slowed down," Marbury told ESPN New York during a brief interview in Manhattan on Wednesday.
When asked if he thought Anthony and Stoudemire could flourish together, Marbury said flatly, "Nope."
I agree, but maybe this year will be the year? Can Kidd set up the duo? Maybe, but the Knicks are loaded. Maybe a full season, and a camp will work wonders. This Knicks team hasn't been healthy enough to put their money where their mouth is. One more season with this group will show us what will happen going forward.
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