If you think Andray Blatche is one of the most watchable players in the league, then you’re going to love the debut of my new segment — Trey Kerby’s Totally Watchable Play of Whenever. Expect it’s return … whenever.
Then after the jump, Leigh performs another feat of strength.
Crazy thing about this? It’s only the second-best “Between Two Ferns” of the day. You win again, Obama.
On Tuesday’s live episode of The Starters, the guys discuss the Blake Griffin/P.J. Tucker altercation, Marcin Gortat’s thoughts on in-game fighting, D-Wade’s fourth quarter takeover, Nets-Raps, and the Knicks’ playoff chances. All that, plus speedy guys, Karl Malone, a Tracy McGrady baseball update, and Leigh’s strength.
Shoutout: 22 first quarter points, which turned in to 29 first half points, which turned in to 37 total game points for Blake Griffin in the Clippers’ win last night. He also got in a tussle, did a Karl Malone dunk and tried to tear his jersey in half when he fouled out, so pretty eventful night.
Not so much: 17 straight losses for the 76ers, this time to the Knicks, which might be the worst of all. They suck.
Violence: Terrence Ross had another great version of the one in-game dunk he ever does.
12 points, four rebounds and this dunk for Terrence Ross, who played pretty well except for a game-losing turnover late in the fourth quarter. Throw that out and he’s probably smiling.