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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Kosta Koufos
The Memphis Grizzlies turned up their offense in the second half, and the Charlotte Bobcats were too tired to keep pace.
For the second consecutive night, the Memphis Grizzlies slowed down Houston and walked away with a win.
The Los Angeles Clippers didn't finish their 14th consecutive victory well. They were good enough through the first three quarters that it didn't matter.
Players like Carmelo Anthony don't come cheap, and many times they don't come around at all.
The New York Knicks were searching for a second superstar when Carmelo Anthony became available.
The New York Knicks have acquired Carmelo Anthony from Denver in a three-team trade.
Al Jefferson will always have love for Minnesota and the Timberwolves. This is where he made a name for himself as one of the best low post players in the NBA, signed a $65 million contract and saw his No. 25 jersey on the backs of fans all over Target Center.
In their quest to get more athletic, faster and financially flexible, the Minnesota Timberwolves were looking to move power forward Al Jefferson's slow-it-down, low-post game and chunky contract.
"From a team standpoint, I think we played well," said reserve center Kosta Koufos, who had 11 of his 12 points in the fourth quarter and grabbed 10 boards. "We all executed on the offensive end. Defensively, (the bigs) were up on the screens, and our guards did a heck of a job in the passing lanes."
"They're a very good running team and they're very athletic, so we wanted to just play within ourselves and play smart throughout the game," Koufos said. "I thought we established ourselves early on. We were getting some good looks, but at the same time, shots weren't going in."