Marcin Gortat: “I came from a team where everybody’s competing and trying, doing the stuff that Coach is saying … there’s a lot of work in front of us. The positive thing is it can’t be worse … There are so many things that we are doing bad … It’s just frustrating, frustrating as hell. I’m not going to lie. Now is a reality check for me, being on a team that is winning and now being on a team that is losing and we’re the worst defensive team in the league. We’ve got to come tomorrow as early as possible and put in work, three hours at least … If Philly is scoring 120 points, I don’t want to see teams like Boston, Orlando, San Antonio, Miami or the other teams because it’s going to be bad.” [Arizona Republic]
No change in the Top 7.
Messi broke the Champions League goal-scoring record on Tuesday, too.
Richard Sherman and Doug Baldwin Took Aim at the NFL's Media Policy with the Help of a Cardboard Cutout
As they say in the video, very interesting.
It's (Long Past) Time for NFL Owners to Get Rid of Automatic Home Playoff Games for Division Winners
A rule that should have been changed long ago.
Lionel Messi has also scored in this match.
Would love to see him compete in a game of HORSE.