“We had a great home record and did some historic things, but that doesn’t get you any extra points in the playoffs,” Curry said.
“I’m at home, watching other teams play,” Westbrook said when asked about the scoring title after he and Oklahoma City saw their season end Wednesday night. “It doesn’t mean nothing.”
“Everybody has learned something during this season,” said Gallinari, who averaged 12.4 points as he returned from a knee injury that kept him out for around 18 months. “Once you learn something, it’s always a good thing. That means you’ll do better next.”
“We may give him another status because he’s the greatest athlete (in) history,” Marculescu said. “We can do whatever. He is the No. 1. He doesn’t need the accreditations.”
“It’s like a new beginning,” Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr said. “It feels like the first game of the season. You’re excited. There’s a renewed energy and a sense of urgency.”
“We look forward to Adrian re-joining the Vikings,” the team said in a statement issued after the announcement.
“You kind of got to let it sink in, just how historic this season was when it comes to all the great teams that have suited up in this league,” said star Stephen Curry, a leading candidate for NBA MVP. “The records crazy. We want to enjoy that. But it’s playoff time. We have to be ready.”
“I don’t know what she’s going to make me. Hopefully it’s something I like,” Arenado said with a smile.
“When government officials engage in on-the-job misconduct, the public has a right to know what happened and how it was investigated,” Tony Rothert, the ACLU branch’s legal director, said in a statement.