Ball pulled his team off the NBA Live Coins

Ball pulled his team off the NBA Live Coins court. It's important to note his team was winning 69-60 at the time he pulled his players off the court. Here's video of the incident: Ball was later asked why he made the decision to forfeit the game."It wasn't about the referees," Ball said outside (via "Not going to have my guys playing hard and they cheating. I don’t play that s—.”Right after explaining, he stopped to take a photo with a teenager. Yet another classic move from Ball. Thunder's Patrick Patterson mocks media by creating hilariously fake NBA stories | NBA | Sporting News


The NBA community is loving every second of the Kyrie Irving trade drama. We found out Friday he asked to be sent out of Cleveland, and since then there have been several reports from random sources saying outlandish things.MORE: Which team is best fit for Kyrie Irving?The weirdest came from Stephen A. Smith, who said this Monday: "If Kyrie Irving was in front of LeBron James right now, LeBron James would be tempted to beat his ass." James refuted the report Tuesday on Twitter.


Irving's situation is just the latest round of nonsense, and it was apparently the tipping point for new Thunder player Patrick Patterson. The former Raptor sent tweets Tuesday mocking how the media handles sources and stories, and made up a bunch of funny rumors.Suns' Eric Bledsoe


All of this is pretty weird, but so is the NBA offseason. If the media can make stuff up, why can't the players? They have plenty of free time on their hands before the season gets going, so may as well spend it sending stupid tweets.As for his colleagues, Bledsoe was caught off-guard by what Patterson had to say.


The Cavs' offseason has been, to buy fifa mobile poinsts use Kyrie Irving's word, "peculiar." While the rival Warriors reloaded by re-signing Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant and possibly improved by adding a few key role players (Nick Young, Omri Casspi and rookie Jordan Bell), the Cavs parted ways with general manager David Griffin and vice president of basketball operations


 Trent Redden and made few moves on the free-agent market (retaining Kyle Korver and adding Jose Calderon and Jeff Green). Failing to improve a roster better equipped to handle Golden State has left LeBron James "frustrated" and "concerned." And that was before all of the drama surrounding Irving's trade request. In need of a positive mark on the offseason report card, the Cavs have signed Derrick Rose to a one-year, veteran's minimum deal, according to The Vertical's Shams Charania.


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