Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Something For Everyone

Could Florida guard Nick Calathes skip the NBA for Europe?

Episode 31 of "The OT" is in the books, so as soon as my partner in crime DJ Rod is finished in the chop shop, iTunes will experience a downloading epidemic.

In the meantime I'm sure you can find a link below to your liking.

- Oscar Robertson can see that LeBron James needs help if he wants to win a title. History shows there is merit in this argument. Julius "Dr J" Erving never won until Moses Malone showed up in Philadelphia.

- Respect is building momentum. Everyone is talking about a Kobe/LeBron Final. Spare a thought for the Orlando Magic and Denver Nuggets.

- If you are an ABA team in Australia and looking to add an import to the mix, one of these guys may just be the tonic to advance your team into the playoff picture.

My personal opinion is these guys would be of a good standard for our second tier league.

- Former NBA All-Star Jayson Williams is in trouble with the law again.

- WWE boss Vince McMahon has a dig at Denver Nuggets owner Stan Kroenke.

- Dwight Howard, Kevin Durant and Candace Parker have this cyber thing down.

- You will find Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban in court today.

- Former NBA great Dave Bing has been sworn in as Mayor of Detroit. Good luck with that Dave.

- NBA and tattoos, just something we have to get used to.

- I have found myself at this site a few times over the past week. The Ridiculous Upside takes a look back at the 2002 second round draft picks.

- Former Florida guard Nick Calathes seems destined to play in his homeland of Greece. There is a lot of speculation that the point guard has already signed with Europe powerhouse Panathinaikos.

- 730 foreign hoopers have applied to tryout for the 20 available import roster spots in the Korean Basketball League.

- Adelaide 36ers lodge their license agreement, but there are "conditions".

- Boti Nagy shows his feelings about Wednesday's press conference in Melbourne.

1 comment:

DJ Rod said...

absolutley LOVED the boti article. I noticed the press conference was called off today... I wonder if it has anything to do with the Tigers joining the newNBL?