Los Angeles Clippers: Biggest Cry Babies in NBA

For the past few years, Houston Rockets star Dwight Howard has topped my personal list as the NBA’s most irritating cry baby. However, Howard’s disreputable distinction now has a new title owner. In today’s Two Cent Tuesday blog, allow me … Continue reading

WNBA’s Sue Bird: New State Farm Born to Assist Star

The Stockton, Paul, Lillard and Curry twins need to make room for another pair of assist makers in the State Farm Born to Assist ads. Sue Bird and her fictional twin sister, Summer, step into the scenes of the new … Continue reading

NBA All-Star Guard Chris Paul Needs an Assist

Los Angeles Clippers guard Chris Paul desperately needs an assist. Coach Doc Rivers must intervene on his behalf. He should consider recruiting Chris’ television twin Cliff to first help the perennial all-star curb his own tongue and then advise his … Continue reading

Los Angeles Clippers’ Chris Paul Loses Handle Twice in Last Second Loss to OKC

Last night in Oklahoma City, Los Angeles Clippers’ normally calm coach Doc Rivers and predictably poised point guard Chris Paul both uncharacteristically lost their cool.

Paul lost his handle twice in the game’s closing seconds and Rivers vehemently complained that last night’s controversial officiating determined the outcome of OKC’s stunning 105 – 104 comeback win.

The NBA league office will certainly fine Rivers for his needless harangue in which he clearly and needlessly stated that his team got robbed.

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Bad Behavior Making NBA a Soap Opera of Sorts

The casts of daytime television’s longest running soap operas All My Children, Days of our Lives and As the World Turns are beaming with pride.

The shallowness, pettiness and hubris portrayed in these paradigms of acting mediocrity are flourishing as front page fodder for sports media outlets covering the NBA.

Hardwood histrionics, melodramatic millionaires and easily shattered egomaniacs have transformed the NBA into a menagerie of a sports world soap opera.

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