If I were to design the perfect basketball player to build a losing team around, a Hall of Fame-caliber tanker that would ensure my team’s inability to win for years to come, there are certain necessary “talents” that I would need: an irrepressible wish to shoot (three-pointers in particular), a complete inability to make shots (again, with an emphasis on the missing of three-point shots), a natural repulsion to playing defense, and a general distaste of passing and team play in general.
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Steven Adams attempted to shake Byron Mullens’ hand after Oklahoma City beat the LA Clippers 105-91 Thursday night. Mullens, who is frustrated with his playing time, blew Adams off and ignored him. 15 more words
Byron Mullens is frustrated and falling out of the Clippers rotation — he played less than five minutes against the Thunder on Thursday night. The reason is when he is on the court the Clippers’ defensive numbers are a disaster. 123 more words
Oklahoma City Thunder rookie Steven Adams did his best to be a gracious winner after their match with the Los Angeles Clippers on Thursday night. 74 more words
“Leaving people hanging” on handshakes is becoming a regular occurrence at the end of NBA games, but Thunder center Steven Adams has reached a simple solution to combat this inconsiderate scourge: just shake your own hand.