Say what you will about T.J. Simmers and rightfully so but have to love how he takes on the Commercial Appeal- Memphis newspaper- after some insulting and unprofessional comments made by the Appeal about Blake Griffin, Chris Paul and Lamar Odom.
"Blake Griffin is an over-inflated product of the American advertising industry," wrote the Memphis writer, and how juvenile is it to make fun of someone just because they're from a different city?
Newspaper writers should be better than that.
"Chris Paul may be the whiningest superstar in the league," continued the Memphis writer, accuracy not his strong point. Between Paul, Marc & Pau Gasol, I'm not sure Paul even finishes in the top two.
"Lamar Odom tanked a whole season when he played in Dallas," wrote the guy, and maybe the people in Memphis are OK with someone being so cruel. Yet, I worry about the puppies.
It makes one wonder if the New York Post and the Commercial Appeal are related in their approach to journalism or lack of.