Kevin Garnett: A History Of Racism While Kevin Garnett has cemented his name in the NBA ranks as perhaps one of the greatest players to ever play the game, his antics over the last 14 years should raise some eyebrows as to exactly who he is and what he’s about.
After four sometimes tumultuous years of NCAA basketball, the Niagara Falls native is focused on finding a spot in professional ball – be that in the National Basketball Association or in Europe.
A rather wild and crazy night, everywhere Not sure what the schedule is around these parts for that in-game blog stuff we do; I know for certain that there’ll be nothing going on tonight (I don’t really care about Game 2 of Cavs-Hawks and could use a night away from the game) but I’m thinking perhaps a long night of doubleheader action tomorrow and then an idle weekend? Whaddya think?
Dino Nation Blog: Raptors Should Fear NHL Deux In Ontario. Jack Armstrong in talking about the whole Jim Basillie and Gary Bettman feud about Basillie and his desire to bring a second team to Southern Ontario made a good point. Now personally being from Hamilton and the fact Basillie has targeted it as the place this team may end up makes me happy for people of Hamilton.
Leafs, Raptors back corporate rock bands event for kids’ charities The Raptor Dance Pak will bring its own brand of electrifying energy to the evening. Fun is the key word with raffles and auctions of Leafs, Raptors and Toronto FC memorabilia, an audience-participation Guitar Hero competition, and maybe a few guest appearances from local sporting heroes
2009 NBA Mock Draft Round One 2.0 | Bleacher Report It will be challenging for the Heat to upgrade significantly this summer because it is up against the luxury-tax threshold and wants big 2010 salary-cap space to re-sign Dwyane Wade and another free agent (potentially Chris Bosh or Amare Stoudemire).
Dino Nation Blog: Round Ball Review Is Back On The Air It will be challenging for the Heat to upgrade significantly this summer because it is up against the luxury-tax threshold and wants big 2010 salary-cap space to re-sign Dwyane Wade and another free agent (potentially Chris Bosh or Amare Stoudemire).
Triano speaks about Lebron’s MVP "He's getting tougher and tougher to make a game plan for," said Toronto Raptors interim head coach Jay Triano. "Ideally you want him to settle for the outside shot, but he can make them. And when he puts his head down and goes to the basket there's nothing you can do, he's elusive, he's athletic and he's so strong when you bump him it doesn't affect him."
Miami Heat’s main target: Chris Bosh Remember, the ultimate target is Toronto’s Chris Bosh as a free agent in 2010. The Heat would use Jermaine O’Neal’s $23 million, which comes off the books in 2010, to lure Bosh, who could play center or power forward.
However, if Toronto decides it wants to move Bosh before the summer of 2010 so it isn’t left empty-handed when he leaves, look for Miami to be active. And look for the proposal to be a package including Haslem or Beasley.