After The Ringer's founder said, 'F--- Jalen Green,' some former players have come to the rookie's defense.
Gilbert Arenas On Jimmy Butler's Altercation With Udonis Haslem: "Haslem Is A Shark Who Is Teaching The Next Shark What A Shark Is."
Udonis Haslem hasn't been a regular for the Miami Heat in terms of playing over the last 5 years or so, but the veteran has still maintained his spot on the roster. A lot of this is thanks to his understanding of the winning culture that Coach Erik Spoelstra and Pat Riley like to build in Miami and it showed in his recent altercation on the court with Jimmy Butler.
Gilbert Arenas On Lakers Fans Booing Russell Westbrook: "He’s LA, He Loves The City So When They Boo Him It’s Actually Personal For Him. “
Russell Westbrook is playing good basketball again, as he's showing an improvement in his level in recent games. The former NBA MVP still has a long way to go with the Los Angeles Lakers, it's good to see that he's showing new things with the Purple and Gold. The veteran...
Gilbert Arenas Says The Philadelphia 76ers Have No Chance Of Winning The NBA Title: "I Don't Even Have Them Getting Out Of The First Round."
The Philadelphia 76ers have been riding high since they managed to move on from Ben Simmons and managed to bring James Harden to the team instead. The team already had the MVP frontrunner in Joel Embiid and Tyrese Maxey has also come along extremely well in his sophomore year in the NBA. The Sixers are the 2nd seed in the Eastern Conference and look primed to make a run to the NBA finals.
Gilbert Arenas: “I can understand where Ben Simmons is coming from. It wasn’t the media saying he can’t win, his own coach said ‘don’t know’ if the Sixers can win with him. Teammates know each other weaknesses they know Ben struggles with shooting and confidence issues. Putting him out there like that wasn’t right.”
Gilbert Arenas Says He Understands What Ben Simmons Went Through With The Sixers: "His Own Coach Said 'Don't Know' If They Can Win With Him... Putting Him Out There Like That Wasn't Right."
Ben Simmons was done with the Philadelphia 76ers by the time he made his decision to force a move away from the organization. A shock playoff defeat against the Atlanta Hawks saw Simmons targeted for his poor performance and his inability to shoot the ball, something that he took to heart. Simmons felt that he wasn't adequately supported by the franchise, and refused to play before eventually getting traded for James Harden.
Gilbert Arenas Says James Harden 'Will Never Be Happy' If He Doesn't Adapt His Game: "He'll Always Be Unhappy Because I Don't Know If He's Ready To Compromise His Game."
Even though his tenure with the Philadelphia 76ers started in a good way, James Harden is already drawing some concern around the league given his style of play and how it can affect his team's ability to win a championship. It happened in Houston, then he struggled to get things...
Former NBA player Richard Jefferson savagely hit back at Gilbert Arenas after the latter questioned why Jefferson was selected ahead of him in the 2001 NBA draft. Even though Arenas was the top scorer in the University of Arizona, he was selected at No. 31 in the 2001 NBA draft,...
After Gilbert Arenas made a remark about his draft placement, Richard Jefferson fired back at his former teammate. What’s the background to the beef?. Richard Jefferson has carved out a stellar broadcasting career since his playing days. The former Arizona Wildcat, who won a championship with the Cavs in 2016, isn’t one to mince words. And this week it was former college teammate Gilbert Arenas who found himself in the line of fire.
Gilbert Arenas Says The Lakers Were Supposed To Win The 2020 NBA Championship: "There Was No Way You Could Lose That Championship. You Were Playing Against Miami, Like Let’s Just Be Honest Here..."
The Los Angeles Lakers won their latest NBA championship in 2020, powered by their superstar duo of LeBron James and Anthony Davis. That was the first year disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, with the final games of the regular season and the playoffs taking place in the much-maligned bubble in Orlando. The Lakers were undeterred by the environment they were in though and capitalized to add another title to the franchise's long history.
Former NBA star Gilbert Arenas recently put Los Angeles Lakers head coach Frank Vogel on blast for the job he did in the 2020 NBA Finals. It’s an odd argument given the fact that the Lakers defeated the Miami Heat in that series in six games. However, Arenas claimed the Lakers should have defeated the Heat in more dominant fashion.
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