Five things I'm thinking about this weekend while teaching myself to spell "Motiejunas."
1. Something that seems true (and totally is): You did not want Kyle Lowry on the Rockets anyway.
Usually a good player. Sometimes a great player. Often a malcontent. (Always beefy).
You cannot win if your point guard is a malcontent. It just won't work. It's like trying to eat with a cloth fork.
If your point guard and your head coach are not of like mind -- and Lowry and Kevin McHale were not -- you cannot win anything big. That's just a basketball rule. And don't tell me about Allen Iverson; he was not a point guard.
Something tells me Lowry's going to find something he doesn't like about playing in Toronto, too.
2. A thing that doesn't seem true (but totally is): Daryl Morey is going to be the Rockets general manager for at least three more years.
His job is not on the line and he knows it. Because if it was, he wouldn't be trading all the best players. Morey is trying his darned...