Cam Newton had a funny moment during his appearance on ABC’s “The $100,000 Pyramid” on Sunday.
The Panthers quarterback confused the words “crouch” and “crotch,” as he squared off against Giants wide receiver Brandon Marshall.
The key for Teague is that he gives the Timberwolves a point guard who can not only run offense by himself, but he can also play off the ball next to Butler. In the past two years, Teague has sneakily become a terrific shooter. He’s hit 38 percent of his 527 3-point attempts. Last year, Teague finished in the 83rd percentile of all players in jump shooting off the catch. In 2015-16, Teague was the best off-the-catch shooter in the NBA according to Synergy, hitting his 101 attempts at a 75.2 effective field goal percentage.
Sure, Teague does not necessarily bring the defense that Rubio does. But his offensive profile is stronger, his fit on the team is better and the Timberwolves get a first-round pick for their troubles. I’m a fan of this move, overall.
Coaches are fine. They don’t add much to the lottery in terms of entertainment value, but fine. It would have been nice to see DeMarcus Cousins and Anthony Davis being forced to share a chair. The real question here: will we see evil goatee Joerger or regular Joerger?