A great video edit of how much Andre Iguodala contributed to the Warriors staying alive against the Clippers in Game 6 last night. Iguodala held his own against former UCLA player Matt Barnes.
Three Game 7’s tomorrow one day — an NBA first — involve teams with former Arizona Wildcats players: Golden State’s Andre Iguodala, Oklahoma City’s Grant Jerrett and Indiana’s Solomon Hill.
Saturday. Three Game 7s. A perfect ending to an AMAZING 1st round of the NBA Playoffs. pic.twitter.com/L35620Lwn1
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) May 2, 2014
Arizona coach Sean Miller shows his support of Iguodala, who cheered on the Wildcats when they visited Stanford earlier this season.
— Sean Miller (@UACoachMiller) May 2, 2014
The YouTube video closeup of Blake Griffin fouling Iguodala on the three-point attempt. It was definitely a foul because you must allow a shooter to land without being impeded.
Bill Walton’s alter ego liked the way Iguodala controlled the fourth quarter last night.
Andre Iguodala is a fire breathing iguana, swishing silver dollars and eating up the Clippers with his team of piranhas!
— Not Bill Walton (@NotBillWalton) May 2, 2014
I was honored to have Julius Holt on our podcast last night. It was an Arizona football fan delight. One of his strongest points was his comment about Larry Smith not having a place in the Arizona Sports Hall of Fame. That honor is long overdue.
— Javier Morales (@JavierJMorales) May 2, 2014
For now, Steve Kerr is enjoying the ride in what is the best NBA playoffs in history. The Knicks can wait.
Day 13. Provisions are low and so is morale. The crew.is exhausted. But we trek onto OKC behind our fearless leader, Marv Albert.
— Steve Kerr (@SteveKerrTNT) May 2, 2014
Another report suggests Kerr will be the Knicks’ coach soon, perhaps by the early part of next week.
Report: Phil Jackson told Carmelo Anthony he plans on hiring Steve Kerr as Knicks coach. http://t.co/elAZATgNqM
— Bleacher Report NBA (@BR_NBA) May 2, 2014
Jerrett and Mustafa Shakur were honored by the NBA D-League yesterday. How much of an honor is it though to be a D-League second team selection? Shakur is winding up his season with Tadamon in the playoffs of the Lebanese professional league.
NEWS: Grant Jerrett named to the NBA D-League All-Rookie Second Team & Mustafa Shakur named an All-NBA D-League Honorable Mention #66ers
— Tulsa 66ers (@Tulsa66ers) May 1, 2014