Stephen Curry’s new nickname, Xiao Wang, feels contrived. He’s on a mission to be this post-Finals MVP, calling on everyone who’s ever looked down on him. Cool man, your legacy is as pristine as they are. Why didn’t the role come before his coveted Finals MVP when you were vulnerable?
The person who felt Stephen’s anger recently was Mike James. He spent four years in the league, including a year with the Golden State Warriors, and made headlines this week by excluding Curry from his top five. He has the guts to call Curry one-dimensional.
Well, Little King heard the wind and responded at basketball training camp.
I know it’s cute or something, but unless Kevin Durant learned this behavior from Steph, there’s already a petty bourgeoisie who has burner accounts to prove it. Not only did Durant respond to the slightest contempt, he also carried two buckets full of kids.
Since devoting himself to life as a social assassin, KD has been intolerant of a certain level of nonsense, and his tolerance seems to be getting shorter. Any day now he’ll start harassing people for using OMG and LOL in verbal conversation.
Honestly, if we’re really going to talk about Kim, Larry David is the eternal great emperor. A burner account that anonymously tells trolls commenting on your tweets to fuck themselves sounds like a great premise for an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Being stingy is not a trait you develop. It’s ingrained in your DNA. No tweets, round-up quotes, side glances, or perceived insults are unmistakable.
If Curry wants to call himself the little prince, or the little crown prince, or partly stingy but probably stingy, that’s fine. But Xiao Wang? I’m going to have to see more than just mentions of the G League after he knocks you out of the top five.
“I’ve been in training camp for two weeks, and I already feel like I’ve been playing with these kids longer than Mike James,” Curry should have said in a news conference. Or, “Mike is also a one-dimensional player. , but his one-dimensionality sucks in basketball.”
I’m not even sure Curry is a top-seven pick if there’s a nifty masterclass.
You say Lionel Messi’s bike kicks?
Paris Saint-Germain started their Ligue 1 title defense on Saturday as if they didn’t meet an opponent. Lionel Messi tried to avoid boredom by increasing the difficulty during the 5-0 clash at Clermont Ford.
What does this mean for the title race? When I have a Clermont foot infection, how do I get rid of it? I have no idea. I just thought it would be interesting to watch Messi arrange the bikes himself.