The Los Angeles Clippers were chosen by many alleged pundits, experts, analysts and blue check boys to be far and away favorites to win the NBA championship. Last night, the Denver Nuggets took out the team many considered to be the deepest team in the league in seven games despite being up three to one. It is one of the biggest failures in recent memory. Doc Rivers had a chance in the Clippers Nuggets series to cement his legacy as a big time coach but in the biggest moment his team came up small.
Outside of the Warriors collapse at the hands of the Cavs in the Finals a few years back this has to rank as one of the most unlikely choke jobs in NBA history. The leader of the Clippers, Doc Rivers is taking the most heat for leading a team that apparently was so deep from 1-12 that they couldn’t even put away a team that was limited to just eight players inside the bubble that’s not really a bubble.
Doc Rivers got out coached in this Clippers Nuggets series and when you add in the fact that he traded for a player that cheated on his own and daughter and still found a way to not win a title is tragic in every way imaginable.
- They were all WRONG
- The Clipper did WHAT?!?!
- Jamal Murray star turn
- It wasn’t all Doc Rivers fault
- Pandemic P
- Can we talk about Kawhi?
- It’s time to hold James Harden accountable
- What a great block by Bam Adebayo
Check out the full episode of the podcast below!
Board man hit up Kevin Durant, Jimmy Butler…they both said nah not doing that. Then he got to P. G….only then did he get the P. G. So Board man had to settle….which some of y’all do out there in your relationships….Board man had to settle..and y’all probably had the same success rate as the Board man’s going to have with P. G…so Board man got his third choice, he had to settle for third option: Pandemic P. and this is what you get when you settle. This is the result. This is the outcome you get when you settle.On Kawhi Leonard settling when pairing up with Paul George
Board man decided to work harder. He went to the six, he lucked out. He just wanted to get the hell out of San Antonio. He found his way out but he had to go to the six. Somehow some way he got every single break imaginable to get a chip off: the shot against Philly, all the injuries with the Warriors in the finals and the Nigerian freak Giannis Antetokounmpo not being ready, not having a secondary move, he took advantage of all of those things happening to get a ring. And then he chose to work harder instead of smarter.On Kawhi Leonard turning down playing with LeBron James and Anthony Davis
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