President Donald Trump’s press, secretary Sean Spicer, lied about about the number of people viewing Trump’s inauguration. Spicer’s “alternative facts” have turned him into a laughingstock – and a couple NBA coaches are participating in mocking him. Clippers coach Doc Rivers got Spicer on Saturday. Dan Woike of The Orange County Register: Talking to a group of roughly a dozen reporters, Rivers joked it was OK to inflate the attendance figures. “The largest media crowd in NBA history came to see me today, and I really appreciate it,” he said with a laugh. Then, Warriors coach Steve Kerr took his turn. Kerr was introduced as “former Orlando Magic star” before Golden State’s game in Orlando yesterday.
The Packers have a good team, and with the right moves in the offseason, it could be even better. After suffering an embarrassing 44-21 defeat against the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC Championship, the Green Bay Packers’ offseason has just begun. The deck was already stacked against Green Bay in that game.