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PBT Friday morning one liners

Feb 11, 2011, 10:35 AM EDT

Omer Asik

Despite the rumors, the Bulls are not trading Omer Asik to Houston for guard Courtney Lee.

The time Mark Cuban blew a kiss to Jerry Sloan.

The number of coaches Sloan outlasted, in graph form.

The first time the Lakers and Celtics played Pau Gasol’s sharp elbow opened a cut on Kevin Garnett’s head. This time Gasol cut open his own teammate.

Tyson Chandler thinks he should have been an All-Star. He can console himself by wearing that Gold Medal he got playing for Team USA last summer around his house all weekend.

The University of Michigan has a class where you learn about life through the prism of basketball. If they held that thing at Zingerman’s Deli it would be my idea of heaven.

Video proof Blake Griffin is just stronger than Amar’e Stoudemire.

Great look at how the Heat used advanced statistics to make Chris Bosh better.

The Cavs Daniel Gibson talks about dealing with a historic losing streak.

Andre Iguodala makes a good point forward.

The Pacers are running a lot more under Frank Vogel. As they should have been all along.

What it’s like to interview Gregg Popovich.

  1. thestudiokida - Feb 11, 2011 at 11:09 AM

    You might think Blake Superior vs. Amare Stoudemire is a big mismatch physically but it wasn’t always that way for Amare. In his 3rd season he averaged 26 points per game on mostly dunks & layups. People called him The Beast and defenders often ducked out of the way to avoid being hurt on one of Amare’s monster dunks. Then he destroyed his knee and took several years to return to form… except he has a nice jumper now.

  2. loungefly74 - Feb 11, 2011 at 12:39 PM

    wow…that jerry sloan coaching change chart is mind blowing! hats off to jerry and the utah owner for sticking to him all those years.

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