Craig Hodges: When we point out other people’s flaws I think we need to look at ourselves in the mirror and you know, the first session when he talked about the cocaine circus, how many people who are teammates appears that was on that, on that poster? How many of them have to make explanations of whether they are part of it. So it’s all part of life but I just wonder, what was the reasoning for this and some of the comments that he’s made at this point in his life and with the billions of dollars that he has, what do you have to gain from throwing Scotty under the bus.
October 20, 2021 | 7:24 pm EDT Update
Lauren Rosen: Ahead of the @Philadelphia 76ers opener, Doc Rivers shares the advice he gave to Tyrese Maxey: “Just play. That’s what I told [Tyrese]… I want him to be very aggressive. One thing I’ve liked about him since getting him – he’s an extremely confident kid.”
Lauren Rosen: Doc Rivers on Tyrese Maxey’s mentors, Joel Embiid and Tobias Harris: “[Joel and Tobias are] a pretty good influence. Both lead by example. I think they’re both doing that… Joel’s been phenomenal… Tobias – we jokingly call him the machine.”
Stefan Bondy: Enes Kanter is one NBA player unafraid to criticize China. He met this week w/ Students for a Free Tibet in Queens: “I’m here to add my voice and speak about what is happening in Tibet under the Chinese government’s brutal rule. Tibetan people’s basic rights are nonexistent.”