Danny Granger to the Clippers, Adding to the “Super Team”

Posted: February 28, 2014 in basketball, blown call, breaking news, popular culture & entertainment, Sports
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ESPN- Former All-Star forward Danny Granger has decided to sign with the Los Angeles Clippers, according to a source with knowledge of the situation. The San Antonio Spurs, Houston Rockets, Miami Heat and Dallas Mavericks all made a run at Granger, but ultimately he chose the Clippers late Thursday night because they offered him the best opportunity to play meaningful minutes for a contender. Granger is expected to clear waivers at 5 p.m. ET Friday. He was officially waived Wednesday after completing a contract buyout with the Philadelphia 76ers. The Sixers had acquired him from the Indiana Pacers just before the trade deadline for Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen. If no team claims Granger, 30, he can sign with the Clippers. Granger already was in Los Angeles on Thursday and worked out at a local gym, according to a source.

Once again a post about why people hate the NBA. The players completely control the league. That crypt keeper guy that is taking over for David Stern will literally do nothing in his tenure other than text LeBron and do some photo ops. Basketball never worries about steroids, cap space or anything like that. Let all the stars congregate in the big cities and watch them play. And wasn’t Danny Granger really good a year or two ago? Why is he on waivers? Either way he will join the Clippers who are already really good making it the Clips and Thunder vs the Heat for the next few years. Teams like the Timberwolves, Raptors, and Grizzlies can be good but they won’t be once their stars take off. Sure the Knicks are garbage but that wont be for long. Melo was never a winner and that team is mis-run. Put Phil Jackson in as coach and see what happens. F The NBA.

-Jesse

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