Thanks to the investigative reporters at the New York Daily News, we now know how Kevin Garnett set Carmelo Anthony off:
"Your... wife tastes like Honey Nut Cheerios," Garnett exclaimed to Anthony on the court, rhe News reports.
OK, I must be getting old. I get the part about taunting him about breaking up with his wife, alright, but Honey Nut Cheerios?
What kind of insult is that? Is there some hidden sexual connotation to the bee I don't get (like, is he the Nasonex Bee's secret lover) that would set a presumably mature adult off?
Matt Goisman makes the case that the benefit is more court time for Glen Davis:
Davis still misses more than he makes, but accuracy is a product of repetition. The more playing time he gets, the more shots he takes. The more shots he takes, the more shots he makes. The more shots he makes, the more his confidence builds. The more his confidence builds, the more shots he makes. We’re already seeing this in Davis’ last two months, where his accuracy jumped from .439 to .471 from November to December.
Adam Reilly tries to set the record straight.