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Shootaround 3.2.11: Say the right thing

Posted on: March 2, 2011 9:14 am
Rashard Lewis deals with the inebriated, Corey Brewer is popular, and Dwight Howard says all the right things in today's Shootaround.
Posted by Matt Moore

Rashard Lewis deals with drunk people. Hilarity ensues. 

Dwight Howard delivers the requisite lines about not wanting to play with All-Stars and how Orlando is the most attractive place for him right now. Which also probably happen to be true, which is nice. 

The Celtics' Doc Rivers and Danny Ainge are personally lobbying for Corey Brewer who has all the options in the world. 

T.J. Ford is stuck in Indiana and not happy about it. What is with that place and unhappy point guards who can't get bought out (for the price they want)?

Mike Bibby wound up giving up about $6 million in his buyout which is pretty big. 

For the first time in a very long time, Eddy Curry is not employed by an NBA team. 

Hornets fans' concern for Chris Paul continues to grow

Brandon Roy is trying to understand his new role in the league

The Blazers signed center Jarron Collins. Which says a lot in and of itself. 

Tyson Chandler tweaked his ankle, which wouldn't be a big deal if he hadn't had a lot of problems with them in the past two seasons. 
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