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  • Hammond wasn't the only person making history last night as LeBron James, on his 36th birthday, became the first MBA player to ever score at least 10 points in 1000 consecutive games.

  • That's dating all the way back to 2007.

  • The next to close is an MBA history or Michael Jordan with 866.

  • And, of course, the cap.

  • Kareem Abdul Jabbar with 787 perc.

  • I ain't trying to throw shade at you.

  • Put the staff might have.

  • They looked up your longest double digit scoring streak, and it was nine.

  • Okay, I'm throwing shade at you, though.

  • Okay, so let me ask you this.

  • What is the significance of LeBron's streak to you?

  • You know what it is?

  • He turned 36 yesterday, right?

  • And I'm 36 right now.

  • We came into the league together and he still reaching milestones and set MBA records.

  • And I'm so jealous I actually wanted him to have the worst birthday of, and it seemed like he had another milestone to put the icing on the cake and blow the candles out with a side of vanilla ice cream.

  • But what LeBron James is doing.

  • George is phenomenal and just to think he's almost two decades in and he still have a lot left in the tank.

  • This is not the last time that we're going to be talking about him reaching a certain milestone or breaking a certain record.

  • And it's just it's beautiful to see, and I'm glad that I'm I'm here living to witness this moment and I'm not taking anything that LeBron James do for granted.

  • That's a great point.

  • I do think that perk.

  • We struggled at times to really just enjoy people in the moment.

  • We spend so much time debating one thing or another like, is he the greatest?

  • Is he not the greatest?

  • Where does he rank this?

  • That the other man?

  • Just appreciate what that dude is doing, what he's done, not only individually, but what he's done for this game, what he's done beyond basketball.

  • There's so many things that you can appreciate about him.

  • But even if you don't want to talk about the stuff outside the court, just appreciate what he's been able to accomplish.

  • If you are building a basketball player in a lab, it would look like LeBron James.

  • You know if he's out of central casting, Okay, so that's the way you have to look at this situation when it comes to LeBron James.

  • And I do think that that point you made perk is something that we need to focus more on whether it's LeBron, whether it's Steph, whether it's any of these superstars that are once in a generation type players and absolutely, but like taking a step further, he is the ultimate role model.

  • Like if I wanted my kids to look up to anybody besides me as a basketball player or as an athlete as, ah, iconic figure, it would be LeBron James.

  • Just think about how he carries himself on and off the court.

  • Ah, family man married to his high school sweetheart, raising three beautiful kids, raising them the right way.

  • A really father.

  • I know LeBron.

  • So I have been behind.

  • I've been in this home and watch how he interacts with his family and how he said families time aside.

  • So just watching him grow from being from knowing him since the age of what 13 and watching him become the man that he is off the court is also special, and I believe that we have to appreciate him now because when he walks away from the game, the game of basketball is really going to miss him.

  • Yeah, there's gonna be a huge void, by the way, Perk.

  • When you have that nine game double digit scoring streak, I feel like you could have kept it going if Rondo would have given you the ball more.

  • Okay, they was hating on me.

  • They was hating on him, man.

  • Hey, look, I always messed with Doc Rivers and tell them I said, Look, man, you you held me back from being a franchise guy.

  • You turned into a role player at the early age, and his response is, Is that perk?

  • I've made you a winner.

  • That's the most important thing.

  • Yeah, it wasn't just the Big Three in Boston was the Big five.

  • You and Rondo, too.

  • Let's not forget about that.

  • Let's go.

  • There was no speaking of Doc Rivers, his former team, the Clippers.

  • There was no additional beef last night between Paul George, Pat Bevin, Dame as the newly Mast Kawai and the Clippers routed the Blazers yesterday, 1 28 to 105 Ella held Lillard toe over eight from three.

  • Here's kuai talking about his new accessory.

  • Did your teammates give you a hard time at all about the mask?

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  • I mean, it's hard to breathe in that man s so hopefully this could help me out in the future.

  • But, I mean, yeah, I mean, I get, uh, you know, they start calling me Leatherface and stuff, but, um, service can't talk too much.

  • We gotta wanna trading block right now.

  • So whoever wants him, let us know, is we're trying to trace search now.

  • Perk.

  • You know, obviously surges is obviously obviously not on the trading block.

  • Hey, was kidding around, which I think is funny, because look how high is supposed to be a fun guy, right?

  • That's what we've heard about him.

  • But the mask whose mask who wore it better?

  • The all time masked man, Richard Hamilton or Kawhi Leonard.

  • Oh, is Richard Hamilton?

  • I mean, like he said, the trend like that matched him when you thought that Richard Rich.

  • Excuse me when you talk.

  • When you thought of him, you knew that hiss mass When he had that mass on, he was gonna be on the tap.

  • I don't know what that was CO I had on, but whatever it was he had on, he was on the mission.

  • The mass works because I haven't seen co wide this intense in a long time.

  • And he's a phenomenal basketball player with George.

  • I guess it was the mass, but he was on a mission last night.

  • He was on the mission.

  • So if he's gonna play like this wearing that ugly mass, then if I'm tired, Lou, I'm gonna tell them you've got to keep his own.

  • Yeah, I'm with you wholeheartedly.

  • And Rip Hamilton is the all time masked man in the MBA.

  • Although we were talking about LeBron earlier.

  • Remember, LeBron wore that black mask back in the day with the heat when he busted his nose that one time, he looked like, you know something out of like a cartoon type movie, like a superhero movie.

  • But anyway, let's move on to the game.

  • Park the Clippers air now four and one, including a win over the Lakers and LeBron James, including a win over Nicola Yokich and the Nuggets and now the Blazers.

  • Three of the top teams in the Western Conference.

  • They do have that 51 point loss to Dallas, which is their only blemish.

  • But what kind of statement did the Clippers make last night?

  • They made a huge statement with all the riff raff that was going on between the Blazers and the Clippers.

  • I thought the Clippers took this game personal and they wanted to send a message, and they did just that from the jump.

  • They set the tone they play.

  • They approached this game like it was a playoff game.

  • They were into the to the Blazers ass face.

  • They were contesting shots, making them miss, not hoping that they missed.

  • And on the other end, they were attacking.

  • They were attacking downhill.

  • They were getting out playing with great pace.

  • They were tied on the string.

  • And this is the Clippers team that we have been walking to see.

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