Final notes between Blazers and Knicks

The NBA season consists of the games, the guys who watch and talk about them, as well as the guys who watch and rate them. Possible revenge after a young man spent collecting zeros, and a perfect chance in any case to drop the punch by the kilo. This season again, Team Notes has tried to delight you with its flawless imagination, while still trying to talk a little bit about basketball.

This time – really – it’s over. Well it’s really over, even if we’ll probably be back at the beginning of September to talk about FIBA ​​basketball and all the noise during the EuroBasket. tonight ? Fireworks, apotheosis, and a summer league final that only true gourmets will appreciate. We try to explain why? Come on, send notes.

For real concrete information about this match, here too it’s talked

#New York Knicks

Quentin Grimes (4): He finally woke up but wasn’t up to his heroism. Tonight Quentin Grimes had the mask, Tonight Quentin Grimes had Quentin Grimm.

Miles McBride (5): Nate Robinson in a slower, less physical and less skilled performance. Miles McBride.

Jericho Sims (6): Garrett Allen without the afro cut but even more trim. Aggressive, devoid of the slightest movement yet energetic and sporty to the point that the Knicks have a keen interest in using it as it should be this season. In defense and attack, Sims must be good.

Veron Hunt (3): Very voluntary, but sometimes the will is not enough. Example: “I wanted to wake up with Shakira for a long time, but I do not have the means. »

Trevor Kells (3): Did you know that the word “ok” comes from the US Army that sent out “0 Keels” when Trevor missed all his shots in a match.

Dakan Jeffries (4): If Daquan Jeffries was a slogan, it would probably be “straight to the point”. The former Kings and Rockets player is a real energy ball but only had a “Go for it” button tonight.

Micah Potter (6): He touched some balloons but he turned all those balloons into gold. The basics, a little shooting and some ranting, yes, we’re talking about the future of the G League Hall Of Famer.

John Montero (3): We had our eyes on this summer league but tonight he was content to run fast. And if it’s just running, you can also go for the 800m in Charletti.

Prince Sims (-): Three minutes of gameplay for a person who is only a second Sims but with a misspelling.

Julius Randle (MIP Return): By our yardstick, every player in this match showed more motivation in under ten minutes than Julius Randle throughout the entire past season.

#Portland Trail Blazers

Luca Garza (5): Build a wrestler, but his hands rarely match the rest of his body. Perfect for shooting and boosting your buddies but don’t ask him to shoot and send to putty instead. Luca Garza? It’s Oliver Magney.

Brandon Williams (7): It started softly and ended hard, like a turtle teasing an overconfident rabbit. There are probably 157,000 Brandon Williams on the planet who is the best basketball player among them, aim for this kind of info and let us know if you’re feeling tired.

Keon Johnson (3): He missed his match and didn’t weigh in at all tonight. It’s not a sea to drink since friends confirmed, and since he’s been showing all week he’s been NBA ready, he’s finally, ready for a 10th in the West as the 5th turn in the backcourt.

Trendon Watford (7): 19/7/2/3 For a player who started his game with four windfalls in the same procedure but finished it as the best player. Trendon was a standout last year with FC Tank, and he’s shown he’s earned his spot again this season with the seniors. Trendon trend.

Greg Brown III (-): He didn’t play because he just knows how to dunk, that’s fine. It was a basketball game, not a dipping competition.

Kyle Alexander (6): A great game of backup hubs for Luka Garza, even if that simple sentence can clearly send you into depression. He’s tall, has two hands and makes effort on both sides of the court, in short, Kyle Alexandaire has everything to please him.

Colby Ross (5): Four assists and two shots from the parking lot off the bench, that should be about what we expect from a substitute goalkeeper. Russell Westbrook, you know what you have to do.

Jabbari Walker (7): Oh mass, oh hot blood. Recovered from rock bottom by the Blazers, Jabari once again showed this evening that it was perhaps one of the biggest robberies of his antiquity. Athletic, skilled, bi-directional, and if the Jabbari eats a raclette in August, the marriage proposal could leave very quickly.

Didi Lozada (3): Diddy was a fixture on this team, but let’s say, for example, why did Diddy adjust the dollar?

Craig Randall II (5): He has fired a lot in proportion to his importance in this franchise. Random Craig.

Romelu White (-): It didn’t play and that’s a shame, because we already prepared the valve for “Romello in the fridge”.

George King (4): He returned his shot, and won his ring. George King without a crown but not without a ring.

Shidon Sharp (-): He didn’t play because his arm was in Sheldon ISharp’s slingshot.

Damian Lillard (122): He will get 122 million over two years, but his number of episodes is less than Didi Lozada by 122 million episodes.

That’s it, it’s over, so this sentence will be a conclusion.

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