As the February 21 trade deadline approaches, more and more trade rumors will surface regarding virtually any player, including JJ Redick. We posted on Thursday that the Boston Celtics were “ramping up” their interest in acquiring Redick, and today the requirements for acquiring Redick have surfaced.
Indiana Pacers guard/forward hit a crazy 360, windmill, between the legs dunk in Shanghai at the Festival of Sports. The dunk is similar to one he did in the Sprite Slam Dunk Contest back in February in Orlando, except he added the between the legs.
As everyone north of Lake Okeechobee sits and laughs at those south of Lake Okeechobee, the Miami Heat will be faced with the same question from now until Sunday afternoon: “What’s going on between Dwyane Wade and head coach Erik Spoelstra?”
All of us north of the lake will be sure to let Heat nation know, because you can bet everyone and their mother will be watching the highlights of the Heat losing tomorrow on ESPN. The Miami Heat’s struggles in their game three blowout loss to the Pacers will surely take over ESPN, so we here at Thoughts of a Jeanius will prepare you with the video that may be played over 100 times.
Indiana Pacers Head Coach Frank Vogel has been fined $15,000 by the NBA for his comments on the Miami Heat. On Friday Vogel said the Heat are “the biggest flopping team in the league.”
Via CBS Sports:
“They are the biggest flopping team in the NBA,” Vogel said on Friday. “It’ll be very interesting to see how the referees officiate the series and how much flopping they reward. Every drive to the basket, they have guys not making a play on the ball, but sliding in front of drivers. Oftentimes they’re falling down even before contact is even being made. It’ll be interesting to see how the series is officiated.”
The least favorite player over here at Thoughts of a Jeanius, Lebron James, is expected to join the likes of; Michael Jordan, Wilt Chamberlin, Larry Bird, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Magic Johnson, and Moses Malone with three Most Valuable Player (MVP) awards.
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