I’m no NBA expert, but I am a fan of many NBA teams. I am a new fan of OKC Thunder, and all I can see that the recent NBA trade involving Boston Celtics and Oklahoma City Thunder are beneficial for both team – it’s a good trade.
Boston’s Kendrick Perkins and Nate Robinson are sent to Oklahoma City for Jeff Green and Nenad Krstic.
Nenad Krstic starts with the Celtics well, starting all 4 games so far at center position, delivering 11 points per game with 5+ rebounds per game in 24 minutes per game. He can also play the power forward position well.
Jeff Green is a versatile swingman able to back up both Paul Pierce and Ray Allen. Losing the starting job he had with the OKC for one obvious reason, he is coming off the bench averaging … Read More »
The Boston Celtics safe face at home, defeating the Los Angeles Lakers 96-89. Celtics Bench is the key for the victory.
Big Baby boom – Glen Davis 18 points and 5 rebounds in 22 minutes; Nate Rob gets 12 points in 17 minutes with a aggressive and passionate basketball, way bigger than his 5-9″ frame. In total, Boston Celtics bench scores 46 points of the team 96, versus Lakers bench’s 18 points.
Paul Pierce is the team leader in scoring, 19 points – along with 6 rebounds and 5 assists and bad 5 turnovers. Meanwhile, Ray Allen can almost redeem himself, but still lacking the flair he had – he only shoots 4-11 from the field for 12 points in 41 minutes; um, right…
As for the Lakers, Kobe’s 33 points and Pau’s 21 points can help much, as the … Read More »
Nate Rob and the Knicks – It SHOULD be a best fit, but why the Knicks give the starting job to the Duhon guy?
I always interested in someone who enter the game as one of the shortest guy – I idolised Muggsy Bogues; I looked to Spud Webb ; And this time, I faved Nate Robinson.
At 5’9″ with 180 lbsm he looks smallish out there on the court, but you shouldn’t forget the fact that he has a vertical leap of 43.5 inches and won the Slam Dunk Contest – just like the 5’6″ Spud Webb did back in 1986.
Nathaniel Cornelius “Nate” Robinson was born on May 31, 1984, in Seattle, Washington was drafted as a first rounder, at 21st selection of the 2005 NBA Draft by the Phoenix Suns, before being traded to the New York Knicks.
He had … Read More »