Former Terrapin And NBA Player Tony Massenburg On The NBA Playoffs And Donald Sterling
Tony Massenburg, former NBA power forward and center talks about the 2014 NBA Playoffs.
Massenburg attended University of Maryland: College Park before being selected in the second round by the San Antonio Spurs in 1990.
The Wizards are trailing 3-1 in the playoff series with the Indiana Pacers.
“A lot of it has to do with the Pacers,” Massenburg said. “The Pacers are playing a lot better and how we projected them to be in the beginning of the season.”
The Maryland Terps have multiple athletes leaving their men’s basketball team. “I understand why guys are transferring but I don’t know why these particular guys are leaving,” Massenburg said. “I don’t really have the answers as to why they are leaving this way but you hate to see it happen to a university like this.”
Lebron James scored 49 points against Brooklyn tying his playoff career high. Massenburg believes that talent wise James could be compared to Michael Jordan as the best player to play the game.
“James is an all around talent. There are a lot of areas of the game that Lebron is sufficient in including defense, passing and scoring,” Massenburg said.