NBA’s wild offseason

The Golden State Warriors are still the reigning kings of the NBA, and obviously the big favorites for next year. That’s what you get when an MVP decides to join a 73-win team instead of trying to beat them. Steph Curry and the gang couldn’t beat the Cavs when healthy, so they added Kevin Durant to create a super team.

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Klay Thompson clowns himself in China

Well, that’s embarrassing! Klay Thompson attempts a 360 dunk in China and comes up short lol . . .

What were the Bulls thinking in Jimmy Butler trade?

Are the Bulls nuts? Practically everyone is ripping the deal sending Jimmy Butler to the Minnesota Timberwolves. You have a superstar player with several years left on his contract, and you don’t get a superstar or a haul of assets in return? Bulls fans have to be furious.

Meanwhile, Minnesota fans get the perfect addition to a young, talented team. Players like Andrew Wiggins and Karl Anthony Towns need to learn how to play defense, and Butler is the perfect two-way player to help Tom Thibodeau create a defensive culture in Minnesota.

Yes, these NBA All-Star jerseys are pretty lame

Darren Rovell has some harsh words for Adidas as he posts a photo of the new NBA All-Star jerseys. It’s hard to argue with him on this one . . .

Kevin Love explodes for 34 first quarter points

Much of the talk this offseason revolved around Kevin Durant and the Golden State Warriors, with little attention paid to the defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers after all the hoopla died down.

But the Cavs are even better this year, and Kevin Love is one of the most important factors. Love became much more comfortable with his role as the Cavs finished off their championship run last season, and now we’re seeing how potent a comfortable Kevin Love can be throughout the season. His 34-point first quarter last night is just one of many examples.

The Warriors are starting to reach their potential, but the Cavs are waiting . . .

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