I'd like to start off by saying I hope all of the American readers have a great Thanksgiving and that I've only got a few links in the round-up for you beautiful people today.
"The Most Troubling Statistic" - Bleacher Report writes about the Clippers guards struggling and start getting on Blake Griffin.
Precision matters to J.J. Redick. Now in his ninth season in the NBA, the 30-year-old guard with the Los Angeles Clippers is best known for his accuracy as a shooter; last year, he drained more than 91 percent of his free throws and 39 percent of his three-point attempts, numbers that approach the best in the league. Off the court, his closet is beyond organized -- clothing is arranged by brand (his favorite: Tom Ford), by color, by pattern. Redick brings the same approach to his carefully curated watch collection.
A few recaps of last night's win:
Chis Paul finished with 23 points and seven assists and Jamal Crawford had 14 of his 25 points in the fourth quarter to help the Clippers defeat the Detroit Pistons, 104-98, Wednesday night at The Palace of Auburn Hills.
Blake Griffin added 15 points, seven rebounds and seven assists for the Clippers, who outscored the Pistons 32-25 in the final period. Crawford, one of the NBA's top reserves, and Paul combined for 31 points in the second half.
Doc asked about Jamal Crawford being an "underrated" defender for the Clippers, quickly eats his own words.
As always, I leave you with a question(s): What are your thoughts on the Bleacher Report post and how do you feel about Doc changing his mind with Jamal? Or anything else you find worth noting.