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The Celtics are a paradox. They have two of the best young players in the league, but enter tonight's game against the Clippers sitting at .500, as a variety of factors have them playing below their preseason expectations. https://t.co/KPNgTcVjv7
Relishing the challenge and 'greatness developing at that moment' of facing Kawhi and PG in crunch time, Giannis delivered a monster MVP performance and helped the Bucks beat the Clippers in the same fashion that they want to beat elite teams. https://t.co/M4B628NnRt
Ty Lue doesn't get too high or too low after W's/L's. Clips couldn't stop Giannis, could've moved ball + taken better shots down stretch. Ty says Bucks beat their small lineup down stretch. "We just lost the game, that’s it... OK… All these people acting like the world’s over.”
This week's Lowe Post podcasts: LA day on Lakers/Clippers with @ramonashelburne and @NotoriousOHM: https://t.co/CRbOoITCwD Then @Scalabrine on the sub-.500 Celtics, and @kpelton and I draft All-Star teams -- plus talk snubs, some key players, more: https://t.co/YW5O1veQQs
"Being a 9 year NBA veteran doesn't protect me from being called 'coronavirus' on the court." Jeremy Lin detailed the racism that he and other Asian Americans have experienced. #StopAsianHate (via @jlin7) https://t.co/cBmHkOCSsn
“We are tired of being told that we don't experience racism, tired of being told to keep our heads down and not make trouble...Being an Asian American doesn't mean we don't experience poverty and racism. Being a 9 year veteran doesn't protect me from being called ‘coronavirus’” https://t.co/T3PN2UMUxl
Paul George on Kawhi Leonard's lack of MVP love: "I don't know if its because he is not flashy to people but he's effective... He is just super reliable... It is almost calming having him on the floor... he's the guy that kind of settles things and slows the game down."
The dramatic increase in attacks against Asian Americans continues, with another last night in New York City's Chinatown. Activists & lawmakers say they believe the attacks have not been getting enough attention. @Weijia spoke with some who have been impacted by the violence. https://t.co/QKCT3qUNDh
This is disgusting. This is America. https://t.co/NqTPSg7ZzQ
This time a 36-year-old Asian American man stabbed in his back with an 8-inch kitchen knife in #chinatown. Unprovoked. EXCLUSIVE details. UPDATE victim will live. @NYPDAsianHCTF is investigating as possible #hatecrime. #StopAsianHate #StopAsianHateCrimes #StopAAPIHate https://t.co/WkF6snXL7i
Since the start of COVID, Anti-Asian hate crimes have increased by 1,900 percent This is what happens when "Kung-Flu" becomes normalized. The #StopAsianHate movement needs more support. Racist violence against Asian-Americans is an assault on everyone. https://t.co/AAQatcMVCC
LA teams will be favored regardless of standings, but the Jazz look like legit contenders. One West scout compared them to the ‘03-04 Pistons champs — defensively dominant, deep, unselfish: “I thought Utah needed another star, but I’ve changed on that.” https://t.co/lVYHsR1WNs
The new Alex Caruso manscaped ad is the greatest commercial I've ever seen https://t.co/EbIg6Mv4ne
Who would’ve thought that the Laker off that vaunted 2017 Summer League championship team to get a Manscaped sponsorship would be Alex Caruso and not Lonzo BALL. https://t.co/bzvI6nXg0h