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PBT Monday morning one liners

Feb 14, 2011, 10:05 AM EDT

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Remember, Chris Bosh returns to Toronto on Wednesday night.

Adrian Smith was the MVP of the 1966 All-Star Game and got a Ford Galaxie convertible as the prize — which he still owns and drives.

In case you didn’t notice, Derrick Rose played good defense on Chris Paul Sunday. Take that Nicolas Batum.

Yes, Rajon Rondo guarded LeBron James for a while in the decisive third quarter Sunday, but it didn’t work as well as you think.

It’s starting to really sink in on Heat fans that this Celtics team is good.

By the way, did you see Rajon Rondo try to sneak into the Heat team huddle Sunday?

Look for the running of the Bulls (at least more) once Joakim Noah replaces Kurt Thomas in the starting lineup (right after the All-Star break).

This breakdown starts to illustrate what is wrong — the Thunder do not play good enough defense. Not even against the Warriors.

Basketball fan fiction — what if St. Louis had not traded the rights to drafting Bill Russell away to Boston.

Alonzo Mourning’s charity is being sued over one of its fundraiser events.

Phil Jackson made his annual book gifts last week. Pau Gasol got one I did a paper on in high school.

  1. thestudiokida - Feb 14, 2011 at 12:37 PM

    Toronto fans better leave him alone. Chris Bosh killed a guy for calling him gay.

  2. redbear18 - Feb 15, 2011 at 12:13 AM

    What Toronto fans, lol? All they care about in Canada is hockey, the NBA made a mistake putting a franchise there.

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