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After averaging 18.0 points, 14.3 rebounds, 7.8 assists and helping lead the Warriors to a 4-0 record last week, David Lee was named by the NBA as the Western Conference player of the week.
The accolades are starting to pile up this season for Lee. This is his second time this season earning conference player of the week recognition (third overall) and was named as a reserve to the Western Conference all-star team two weeks ago.
Former Warriors and current Bulls point guard Nate Robinson earned Eastern Conference honors.
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Golden State Warriors center Andrew Bogut called out the Houston Rockets following the contested game between them.
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Andrew Bogut didn’t shy away from voicing his opinion on the Grizzlies money saving trade with Rudy Gay last week. In an interview with David Aldridge, Bogut called the move ‘scary’ and says he knows Lionel Hollins, who he used to play for, must be very ‘pissed’.
According to NBA.com:
Wow. There’s a can of worms opened on that one. I hate to judge another franchise...
The Rockets went off Tuesday night against the Warriors, scoring a staggering 140 points, thanks largely to an NBA-recording-tying 23 3-pointers made. They were gunning for the outright record in the waning minutes of the game, but the Warriors would be damned if they were going to let a record be broken on them.
They fouled hard when a Rocket would attempt a 3, milked the clock...
Andrew Bogut was upset with the Houston Rockets for running up the score Tuesday, so he responded by calling them out over Twitter after the game.
Bogut called the Rockets a dirty name while referencing the next meeting between the teams in his incredibly crafted tweet:
C U Next Tuesday fellas!
— Andrew Bogut (@andrewbogut) February 6, 2013
In case you couldn’t figure out the...
The plan for Andrew Bogut upon coming back to the lineup last week was to sit out the second game of a back-to-back until the all-star break to minimize stress on his recovering left ankle. That plan provides an interesting predicament for the Warriors this week with the Rockets and Thunder on the docket for a back-to-back, beginning on Tuesday.
Do you have your starting center play...
Lee once again proves why he's an All Star
Monday, February 4th: Bulls @ Pacers, 7:00 ET, NBALP: It’s an eight-game Monday tonight, which is different, but there still aren’t any choices that really stand out as far as probable entertainment value… which is pretty much what I look for in my selections. That said, Chicago at Indiana should be exciting in the sense that it figures to be a hard-fought battle between...