DVD ROTS, on 20 June 2012 - 11:45 PM, said:
A contract that hangs around a franchise's proverbial neck like an albatross, weighing them down and obstructing their ability to not suck donkey balls. For albatross, see The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
Finally buying the whole Stanford thing.
(hahahahaha, Rashard Lewis, HOW did he not get amnestied?).
I'm not entirely sure Grunfeld is aware such a thing exists.
aeu, on 21 June 2012 - 10:48 AM, said:
Yeah. Before the finals someone was saying "OKC seems to be ready, but they never really had this coming-up-just-short experience that most teams need to have before they win it all eventually." It seems to be true so far, OKC appears to be almost there, but not quite...
I think the key thing for them tonight is they can't get down on themselves or the refs. There's the risk that at the first hint of adversity a young team like that folds. Hopefully they can stay cognizant of the fact that they're right there
with the Heat and if they play just a little bit smarter they can be the better team. They're certainly more dynamic and multifaceted whereas it is clear at this point that everything the Heat does rides on Lebron's shoulders. He makes everything
they do work and allows Battier to shine one game and Chalmers the next. And just repeat after themselves "remember what we did to the Spurs...remember what we did to the Spurs..."