Now that’s what a bad loss looks like.
The one in Sacramento wasn’t a good one by any means, but this was a bad, bad one. A 3-7 Clipper team that is ready and willing to quit at the drop of a hat, comes in to the Ford Center and beats Oklahoma City 101-93. Hand it to the Clips though, they made plays. And you can guess which team didn’t.
But step back from the ledge my friend. You could cut ties with all the lies, that— uh, I mean, it’s a long season. Nobody thought this was a championship team this year. It’s one of many more losses to come. But as frustrating a loss this is, you know what the worst part is? The part that makes me want have Vinnie Jones slam my head in a car door a la Snatch? In the most crucial moments, the parts of the game where you HAVE TO HAVE a bucket, the guy with 40 points doesn’t touch the ball. Doesn’t even sniff it.
Now I don’t dispute Jeff Green’s shot. Heck no I don’t. That’s a good shooter with a wide open look. He just missed it. And I don’t really hate Russell Westbrook’s jumper either. He’d a hit a few in the second half and he’s hit that one many times before. But at the same time, with hindsight vision being very clear, Kevin Durant needed a shot. Heck, he had earned it. Keep Reading…