Your opinions rarely make sense.Of course there is, because it is one of the worst benches.
Why would GS get rid of Russell, they just got him, unless they go into full rebuild mode, they kind of need him at least until Thompson is healthy again.
Was just looking at some highlights the other day and glanced at the names in the starting lineup... jheez... talk about a downfall. From KD, Steph, Klay, Draymond and Boogie to Bowman, Cauley-Stein, Paschall, Poole and Robinson. Alrighty then. Should have Charles Barkley play the annual 'who he play for' quiz with GSW starters and see how many he'd catch.Golden State is so bad. They were going to be about a 30 win team this year. Now without Curry they’d be lucky to be a 25 win team.
In order to keep the restart of the 2019-2020 NBA season going, players need to follow strict rules and safety guidelines to ensure everybody remains healthy and steers clear of COVID-19 as the pandemic remains a threat to the country.
The NBA has made the rules for within the Orlando bubble very clear to coaches and players, but it's understandably hard to have everybody follow the rules all the time. Therefore, the NBA created an anonymous hotline for players, coaches, and staffers to use to report any wrongdoing by others from within the bubble.
On Monday, The Athletic's NBA Insider Shams Charania reported that the hotline wasn't utilized at all for the first few days. On Tuesday, however, that changed. According to Charania, "multiple tips have been placed into the NBA's anonymous hotline to report protocol violations on campus."
After a few tips have been sent in, Shams Charania reports that "some players have received warnings from violations." It's unclear which players were notified, and what they did exactly, but the report hints that it might have something to do with failing to comply with social distancing and mask protocols while on campus.
Wonder what the protocol will be if US Open goes forward... Will players keep their self restraint...This news comes just one day after Sacramento Kings center Richaun Holmes admitted to leaving the NBA's bubble to pick up a food delivery. Because of his inability to remain within the boundaries of the bubble, Holmes now has to spend ten days in his room, quarantining in case he somehow contracted the virus.