James Harden responded quickly to Kevin McHale’s comments about him “not being a leader,” because of his defensive liabilities. Looking focused but obviously annoyed, the MVP candidate called his former head coach a “clown” while telling Houston reporters that he’s worked his tail off to improve his all-around game. James Harden on Kevin McHale saying
Some guys lead in their own way, and James Harden’s version of leadership didn’t quite appeal to former Rockets head coach Kevin McHale. McHale jabbed Harden during an appearance on NBA TV, using his defensive defiencies as the excuse for why the All Star “is not a leader.” “But James is not a leader,” McHale
Kevin McHale’s wife wasn’t going to take his firing sitting down, no matter how classy the former Celtics great handled himself. Lynn McHale brought the fury to everyone she felt was responsible for her husband’s demise. The McHale’s will get a $12 million parting gift as well. And like that she was gone, deleting her
Kevin McHale knows great defensive post play when he see’s it, and he has one of the games best players on his team. So it shouldn’t be a shock that McHale told ESPN.com that Joakim Noah should win the NBA’s Defensive Player of the Year award. “He’s played very well,” McHale said after his team’s shootaround at
Coaches of professional sports teams are getting more and more brazen by the day. I’m not sure if it’s the big money contracts or what, but some of these coaches will learn. Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich was furious and received a technical foul after he watched Rockets head coach Kevin McHale twice try to
The Houston Rockets have acquired Dwight Howard via free agency, and everyone seems to be excited and overly confident. After finally get Dwight Howard to agree to a four-year $88 million deal, Rockets head coach Kevin McHale told ESPN L.A. that “D12 makes them a threat, and that the Rockets can now compete with anybody.” “We’ll see.