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NBA Daily Links: Sabotage Saturday Edition


First of all, while I was watching the Celtics-Warriors game last night, I stumbled across this link.  I shared it on Twitter, but if you have not seen this video yet, it’s a must, so check it before we get going:

Pure genius.

Okay: now we can hit the links!

There were 12 games in the NBA last night.  I thought the Warriors and Celtics provided an excellent end to the evening, but there were a lot of good moments last night around the league.  Get your scores and recaps here.  [NBA.com]

As always, here’s your Morning Shootaround. [NBA]

Watching his Miami Heat lose to the New York Knicks must have made LeBron James angry . . . but losing to the Brooklyn Nets one night later?  That brought out the nasty.  [Bleacher Report]  Man, you would have thought that wearing a nickname jersey would have put him in a good mood!

Speaking of the nickname jerseys, which ones were the best?  [Yahoo! Sports]

It’s been days since Luol Deng was traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers, but apparently Joakim Noah is still fuming over what went down.  [Yahoo! Sport]  Hell, I would be, too.

The Oklahoma City Thunder have been struggling since losing Russell Westbrook to injury.  If you’re looking for someone to blame, don’t even think about blaming Kevin Durant.  [Sports Illustrated]

Finally, a little bit of Boston Celtics news that you may have already heard: Rajon Rondo is hoping to return to the hardwood before the All-Star Break.  [Hardwood Houdini]  Can I link to our own site?  Yes I can!

Enjoy, and don’t forget: tonight is a game night!  Check back in to see what I think the Cs have to do in order to escape from Portland with a win tonight!!!!

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