The screen on Oubre wasn't dirty - honestly, I'm not sure it was even a foul - but Olynyk has a reputation, and when you think a silly-haired Canadian man is getting dirty with you, you have to stand up for yourself. "I don't know why he reacted like that, especially to Kelly", Celtics guard Isaiah Thomas said. We can't control what they're doing. After the fracas, the Celtics didn't do much to put up a fight on the scoreboard.
Nonetheless, the Manchester United boss may do the Arsenal gaffer a massive favour when the two collide on Sunday. Signed from Arsenal in 2012, he has been a regular for the Under-23s this season, scoring a stoppage time victor against Liverpool at Anfield in January.
He's looked slow, and not in the way that he usually does: instead of his skating, it's his reaction time and his spacial awareness that seem behind everyone else on the ice. Need More winners against the spread? "It's about four lines doing everything right and that's what you need this time of the year", Lundqvist said.
That job appears to be at FOX, where he would replace current 49ers GM John Lynch as an analyst while working alongside Kevin Burkhardt . Jay Cutler is following Tony Romo to the broadcast booth. The Bears' revolving door of playcallers also contributed to Cutler's erratic play. "As far as I know, he wants to play football and would play if the right offer came along", Cook said.
Last season, the Warriors ousted the Blazers 4-1 in the second round. A frustrated Steve Kerr met with reporters for almost seven minutes in the team's Portland hotel on Sunday afternoon, announcing that his health issues "took a turn for the worse" over the past five days.
Last season, assistant Luke Walton stepped in as the interim coach, the Warriors bonded together and figured out how to handle it, raced off to a 39-4 record, and then Kerr came back in January. Overlooked is the integral role he has played to ensure smooth coaching transitions. The Golden State Warriors players and staffers wish they never even had to contemplate a day, or a game, or a playoff series without Steve Kerr's voice, wit, insight and leadership running through every bit of it.