Listen: Blake Griffin, Michael Jordan And Andre Drummond discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"Real light work of the pistons business, obviously without Blake Griffin. But I want to show you this play the end of the game a little frustrated Andre Drummond disclose with the little little shove, you know. And then comes over and extends the hand. Do you think Drummond should be jetted for this? I'm still a little more old school on some of the stuff where I don't love all the objections that we see I don't love the flagrant because the flagrant a lot of times you Kobe feels like more about how the player lands than the actual conduct. But this was pretty blatant. You know, especially when it's like you're getting worked you're down. Forty blake. No, Blake's hurt. So I didn't I didn't love it, especially because I don't want anything to happen to you on. It's because I wanted to see what happens with this guy in the playoffs. Absolutely. I think he probably should have been checked it. I mean, it's one thing if you're going for the ball, and you come down on someone's head at least like sorta kinda make it seem like you're trying to do some sort of basketball something, but what they do love about. This is the immediate come over to try to help the guy off the ground. This is a trick. That basketball players have learned. Now, you can find somebody the most malicious way possible. But if you turn around with a mean face on, oh, you're gonna get kicked out. But it oh, oh, wait up. My bet here. Let me let me help you up later is everything you just said the revenue that that's exactly what he was doing. No, no, no, no do. I just Chuck them. Go help him up. Now. Don't tell them that was none accident and like you. I don't want anything to happen to Jaanus because you had such an amazing year will likely be the MVP. And there's this just watch what he does on this play. Like, I've been watching the dunk contest my entire life. This isn't live action. That's essentially where Michael Jordan took off from. We all know the Michael Jordan didn't take off from the foul line in a game. He dunked from thirteen point something Pete away. What did you think of that not enough has been made about this? Because it wasn't that. It was just in a game. It's that the play itself was still somewhat in doubt. Like, there's not a great contest. But there's still an attempt at a contest, which I actually love because we don't see it as much if somebody just run and try to get a charge. This is insane. Okay. And he still is this good. Even though I liked the ways form is look from the outside shot without to be. Him in two thousand nineteen and Phil not really be able to be a guy that can shoot or no one respect him defensively and just leave and sag off a him. And he's still puts up these numbers. It's it's unbelievable. Like, he really feels like you know, Durant was gonna inherit that thrown from LeBron. It feels you're gonna wake like Durant's gonna get skipped over because Janas I kind of liked then what they do that. 'cause you watch Paul George. Do it three sixty. It's kind of like off the steals. A wing pass. There's no one even running back to get after him. And he just kind of like has a practice dunk. But this was kind of like a real like, it seemed like he dunks from that far away not for show, but for function because he knew that no one else could jump from there and still make it to the rim. It was really impressive. And I don't think we will have a very interesting series in this one congratulations to the pistons for making the playoffs. Maybe you can get a win. At least you'll have to home playoff games in downtown Detroit. The other number one seed the warriors if you remember on Saturday, thing wax, the clippers. It wasn't. Really that competitive. They again looked like the plan warriors Steph curry went off. But I wanted to talk to you about this exchange seems to be the only take away from the game."