Kings!!!! We have the best fans in the NBA.Omri Casspi tweet
Omri's postgame interview after the Jazz loss. He said the ball slipped from his hands as he went up for that last 3. And he seems pretty upset, pointing at his missed FT's. And I think you get a pretty clear shot of JJ, if I'm not mistaken.
Up until the start of the season, we were still entertained by the discussions regarding our SF position, and we had team Omri and team Donte. And in case you are wondering, I don't know how to...
Omri Casspi, after he influenced the outcome of the game despite failing to grab a rebound. "I have never done this," he said, shaking his head. "No rebounds in 32 minutes? I can't believe it. I just couldn't get my hands on the ball." From the Bee: http://blogs.sacbee.com/sports/kings/archives/2010/11/kings-leftovers.html#ixzz147u9cjW4
Goodman League Charity Game with DMC and Greene. DMC at the 58 second mark, Greene right after that. Nice to see Greene and Cousins hang out together.
Jeter was outstanding on the pick and roll, turning the corner with ease and making good decisions with the ball once he distorted the defense. His quick release makes him a threat off the bounce despite the height he gives up to many defenders, and he was opportunistic with his chances around the basket. Defensively, Jeter will have his mettle tested at the NBA level due to his lack of size, but his quickness allows him to pressure the ball the length of the floor. Jeter's best quality may be his intangibles, though, as he brings tremendous leadership skills to the floor and has always been considered an outstanding teammate. From DraftExpress.com http://www.draftexpress.com/article/NBA-Summer-League-Review-2010-Las-Vegas-Profiles-Part-One-3533/#ixzz0xYJXmfZI http://www.draftexpress.comPooh gets a nice write-up at DX.