Russell Westbrook loves his stats
Russell Westbrook needed 16 rebounds in his final regular season game against the tanking Grizzlies to clinch his second straight season averaging a triple double. He grabbed a career-high 20.
Westbrook recently rebutted claims that he pads his stats, but it’s hard to call his 20 rebound stat chasing performance anything other than that. Colin has said Westbrook is one of the most talented players in the NBA, but it’s clear that he’s more into his stats than winning titles. The all-time greats like Bill Russell, MJ, and LeBron care more about W’s and winning titles than triple doubles. It’s one of the reasons Kevin Durant left for Golden State.
Patriots leaks are a sign of bigger problems
Throughout their historic dynasty run, the Patriots no information has gotten out to the public that the team didn’t want out. On every issue over the better part of two decades, there haven’t been any cracks in the unified front. Until this year.
From the Alex Guerrero story, to the rift between Kraft and Belichick over the Garoppolo trade, to Gronk’s unhappiness, to Brady feeling unappreciated, all of a sudden New England has more leaks than the White House. Colin still thinks they can still win and contend, but sees the leaks as signs of bigger problems within the once impenetrable organization.
– Aaron Rodgers has earned the right to have input on personnel decisions
– NBA tanking an epidemic because no one fears Adam Silver
Stephen Jackson – 14-year NBA Veteran is in-studio explaining why he doesn’t have a problem with Westbrook padding his stats, and why LeBron playing all 82 games isn’t as amazing as people are making it out to be.
Ray Lewis – FS1 NFL Analyst and Pro Football Hall of Famer is in-studio talking draft talking Patriots leaks, and if they’re a sign of bigger problems.
Brian Scalabrine – NBA Champion with the Celtics and member of the Big 3 League is in-studio explaining why Westbrook should have chased rebounds to average a triple double.