Are the Knicks a good trade partner if the Thunder opt to move Chris Paul?
In Episode 3 of Crossbolts, Daily Thunder Beat Reporter @brandonrahbar and Senior Writer @oliviapanchal debate if the Thunder should trade Chris Paul to the Knicks. #ThunderUp pic.twitter.com/oswBOO1qMt— Daily Thunder (@dailythunder) May 13, 2020
Erik Horne (Athletic) got thoughts from Steve Nash and Chauncey Billups on Chris Paul’s stellar play into his mid-30s. “He’s talented. He’s diligent. He’s worked extremely hard at his craft,” Nash told The Athletic. “Now he has experience as well. It looks to me that he’s still sharp physically. You can say he wasn’t what he was physically, but to me he’s close enough. He still gets where he wants to go. He’s still tough to cover one-on-one, in transition. In all those situations, he can rely on his skill level.”
😢 Enes Kanter relived the Thunder’s 2016 Conference Finals loss to the Warriors, telling Charania that every player was crying after Game 7, and he still believes they would’ve won the championship had Kevin Durant returned the following season:
Celtics center @EnesKanter told our NBA Insider @ShamsCharania he has been offered WWE deal and plans to accept after career.— Stadium (@Stadium) May 13, 2020
Kanter also discussed his public approach with his native Turkey, Russell Westbrook’s policy for opponents and more. pic.twitter.com/gOvZhfYGae
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