FYI, for the next month, almost every comment about the NBA season has to be qualified by “it’s still early.”While it’s still early, this “Big Three” thing isn’t working all that well for Oklahoma City. Thus far, the addition of All-Stars Paul George and Carmelo Anthony to Most Valuable Player Russell Westbrook has not elevated the Thunder to elite status.
This is the last situation the Flyers want to be in with rookie Nolan Patrick. As a 19-year-old who was the No. 2 overall pick in the draft, Patrick likely has some sense of invincibility that all youngsters do. He’s fidgety after not being able to play for the last three weeks because of a suspected concussion. The Flyers are rightfully being cautious with a player around whom this franchise’s future could be built. Superstar players and concussions are a sensitive subject with this franchise.
It only took his performance on opening night to convince me that Ben Simmons was going to be the 2017-18 NBA Rookie of the Year, and he’s only strengthened his position tenfold since. Others, who unlike me actually have a vote, probably have open minds considering 85 percent of the season remains. If, however, Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball wants to regain footing in the race, he’ll have to make a statement against Simmons and the Sixers at 10:30 (ESPN, 97.5 The Fanatic).
@Dstens77 No you weren’t idiot. You were repeating the headline which I did not write. You obviously didn’t actually read the article or you would know what it said besides 5 yrs ago What exactly would be different had they kept them? Sizers make the playoffs instead of lottery?
@PickAndPapi@ebayjohnson13@DSR76 It’s not completed yet. They haven’t made the playoffs much less the finals. Hinkie is gone two offseasons now. By time sizers win title this team will be more colangelo than hinkie. Mark Jackson doesn’t get credit that Steve Kerr won title with his team
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