CJ McCollum went on @CCTV and said that star players joining the Warriors is ‘disgusting’ and ‘I would never do that’ ??
— Dime on UPROXX (@DimeUPROXX) August 15, 2018
“I would never do anything of that nature. I think that it’s disgusting. No. It’s disgusting. I would never do that. I’m not built like those guys. I was raised differently … I think some players will take that route. But most guys have too much pride, want to really win on their own.”
We geeeeeeeeeet it, CJ. You don’t like losing to the Golden State Warriors. Enough already with this crying about superteams. A few weeks ago, McCollum and Kevin Durant got into a little argument after CJ called them out for signing Boogie Cousins this summer. I cannot fathom why CJ thinks his opinion on the Warriors matters this much.
The hate for ‘superteams’ is the most frustrating debate in the NBA as players and fans who don’t happen to have a great team in their city. Nobody wants to play for Portland and the front office can’t figure out how to put a competing team on the floor.
How do they continue to put CJ McCollum and Damian Lillard out there year after year to get swept? And a better question is, how does CJ feel comfortable complaining about superteams when they couldn’t even get past the New Orleans Pelicans in the playoffs. The Pelicans aren’t a superteam. The Blazers just suck at in the postseason. Don’t blame Boogie Cousins joining Golden State.
I clearly feel a type of way about the Blazers but if I see another quote for Lillard or McCollum about the NBA not being fair I’m going to scream. Get CJ McCollum the fuuuuck out of here.
Im trying Jennifer
— CJ McCollum (@CJMcCollum) August 15, 2018
“Im trying Jennifer” might be my new catchphrase.
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