I mean, Jordan shot 23 times a game (50%) and averaged 5 apg. Selfish amirite?
I was actually agreeing.
...I think taking that many more shots than everyone else on your team is technically selfish, but if you're shooting a good percentage, it doesn't matter.
I hate chuckers...everyone CAN shoot it, but not everyone can make it.
Eric Gordon's name has been in the rumor mill, however he's not concerned about Thursday's trade deadline.
"I'm not really worried about it," Gordon told The Times-Picayune. "I've just got to go out and play my game and look forward to this week. Whatever happens, happens. It's happened to be before where I was traded. Business is business. I really don't worry about that. I'm just focused on this team."
Gordon is one of the few players who can control their future this season as he has the ability to veto all trades until July 14. The collective bargaining agreement gives Gordon this power since the New Orleans Hornets matched the $58.36 million offer sheet he signed with the Phoenix Suns.
There is a chance the Hornets will consider trading Gordon in July after his veto power expires. One possible scenario could see him head to Indiana for Danny Granger in the summer. Both players need to prove they can stay healthy for the duration of this season.
Alex Kennedy (Hoopsworld) tweeted that a source told him Danny Granger has not only patellar tendinitis, but also a hole in his knee cartilage.
Don't know what that means exactly, but it doesn't sound good
quote:But Golden State, bite....
Chris Broussard ?@Chris_Broussard
Sources: New Orleans has made Eric Gordon available for trade. Trade not likely though as clubs concerned about EG's health going forward.