Los Angeles Clippers put together a comeback victory over the defending champion Golden State Warriors, setting an NBA Playoff record in the process. A lot of people on social media couldn’t believe what they saw including NFL legend Shannon Sharpe. Meanwhile, Colin Cowherd is fully backing the Oklahoma City Thunder to tie the series with the Portland Trail Blazers.
Clippers wrote history
The Los Angeles Clippers tied the playoff series with Golden State Warriors at one after a fantastic comeback victory in which they came from 31-points down to beat the Warriors at Oracle Arena.
— NBA (@NBA) April 16, 2019
The Warriors collapsed
Shannon Sharp, one of the best tight ends of all time and an NFL Hall of Famer, discussed the Golden State Warriors’ collapse.
“The Warriors collapsed. … How did the best player in the NBA get locked up by that prison guard, @patbev21? They playing that Akon song, ‘They got me locked up, won’t let me out.’ KD shouldn’t have more turnovers than shot att., fewer shot att. than Draymond.” — @ShannonSharpe pic.twitter.com/YKAKeG9q3W
— UNDISPUTED (@undisputed) April 16, 2019
Cowherd is going with Oklahoma City in Game 2
Colin Cowherd was disappointed with what he saw from the Oklahoma City Thunder in a Game 1 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers and he is convinced Russell Westbrook, Paul George, and Co. will bounce back in Game 2.
"Oklahoma City shot 15% from three [in Game 1] and Portland is the favorite tonight? I'm going to bet the most money I can morally withstand for an NBA game tonight… I'm betting HUGE on OKC tonight." — @ColinCowherd pic.twitter.com/m1pOsCdt9h
— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) April 16, 2019
Bell thinks the NBA should suspend Embiid
Former NBA player Raja Bell has his own opinion on an incident during the Philadelphia 76ers’ win over the Brooklyn Nets when Joel Embiid elbowed Jarrett Allen, saying that the NBA should suspend Embiid for a game.
— KanellAndBell (@kanellandbell) April 16, 2019
Between the legs basket from a 10-year-old
Kids nowadays are looking up to NBA stars and even in elementary school, they are trying to recreate some of the swift moves of NBA players.
— Overtime (@overtime) April 16, 2019