I honestly couldn’t tell you what team he played for until a couple weeks ago. Maybe its because he’s White or probably the fact that I haven’t watched Minnesota since Marbury and Garnett left. but dude just dropped 32 and 22 last night. No ones done that since Shaq back in his prime. And didn’t he have a 30+ rebound game not that long ago as well? Those are Rodman numbers.
I’m watching this Heat/Celtic game and can’t help but notice all the empty seats; alot of them even close to the court. You got the top team in the East who’s your rival in town and it looks like a Timberwolves game. On top of that, the people at the game don’t even seem into it (maybe cause they’re getting blown out). No matter the situation, this never would’ve happened in New York. I’m just saying Lebron would’ve been more appreciated in NYC or even Chicago where real Basketball fans are.
I know its too early in the season to judge, but with tonight’s loss there’s bound to be talkabout different solutions to the Heats early problems. I agree with the article: “ The Heat don’t need a Big Three. Wade and James need a rebounding and defensive goon.” Bosh is neither one of these things but maybe Rodman’s somewhere waiting to come out of retirement.