The grumpy grinch is back in style.
It was in an article by Fox Sports writer Josh Gondelman, and while I’m sure many fans are happy to have him back, I think the article is a bit odd.
The Grumpy Grinch is now a full-fledged team in the NBA, and he’s got an all-star roster.
It’s hard to believe that the grumpiest guy in the league would ever be in the All-Star game.
Is the team all-time NBA champion?
That’s a pretty big “if” in this story.
There’s nothing wrong with him, but that title belongs to his teammates, and I feel that they should have gotten a little more credit.
This is how we’re supposed to feel about our heroes.
Gondell describes the team as having “a mix of old-school and young-school talent.”
There’s a few different teams in the Big East, but this is the biggest and best.
The team has some young guys on it, but the main one is Kevin Martin and Joel Embiid, both of whom have been in college and NBA rosters.
Embiido is in the midst of a career year with the Sixers, while Martin has been a big part of the Celtics playoff run.
They are both capable, though, and if the team had been more consistent, they could have won the conference.
They could have gotten some wins, too.
The only team that’s in the conference that could have been closer to that would have been the 76ers.
The 76ers have been a very good team in their first four games, but I just don’t think they were able to win games when it mattered most.
The Sixers went 3-3 in their previous five games, including a loss to the Warriors in the first round.
That’s when the Grumpy Gimp decided to show up.
And he didn’t show up at the start of the series.
That team lost in the second round.
It could have easily lost a few games in the series if the Grumps hadn’t shown up, but there’s a lot to be said for not showing up in the fourth quarter.
I know the fans will be unhappy, but we’re all human.
I’m not sure how they feel about it.
They probably have their own grumpy old grump, and it’s a nice change of pace.
The biggest thing that I’d like to see change about the series is that the 76er-Suns game should be in a three-on-three.
If you’re going to play that, why not play it at the end?
They’re not really that good in a full court setting, and they were a bit too slow in the third quarter.
Maybe the grumps should have shown up in this game and made it a three on three.
They played better in the regular season than they did in the playoffs, but maybe that’s not what the fans want.
The grumpiness could be something that can be remedied.
If the Grumpies are really in their own universe, maybe we should see them play in the Finals.
I mean, I get it.
The NBA Playoffs are the playoffs.
The teams that make the playoffs will be treated to some of the greatest moments in the history of the sport.
The best players will be celebrating in a high-definition arena, while the grunts will be stuck at home with the grumblings of a lonely grumpy Grump.
The most important part of a playoff series is the best players.
It shouldn’t be the grumbles of the grumps.
That would be a waste of the best moments of a great series.