ORLANDO FL - FEBRUARY 08: Ike is going to the Olympics!
Seems like LJ's baby had a successful delivery yesterday! So far lots of good reviews and comments about the "show." The first episode is epic, as in, it's long!...i have yet to sit down and watch the whole thing, but I am looking forward to getting to the part where Erik O fixes his phone/pc issues and I get a clear view of his signed Thornton jersey! Meanwhile, here are a few scoops for you to check out.
5 things to watch at Orlando summer league - Boston Celtics Blog - ESPN Boston
5 things to watch at Orlando summer league. In case you didn't know, it starts today! A true hoopsaddict will pay to see this.
Magic to trade Ryan Anderson: Orlando Magic will trade Ryan Anderson in a sign-and-trade deal with the New Orleans Hornets - Orlando Sentinel
Feelings of shock, excitement and some nervousness washed over Ryan Anderson on Sunday night.His ties to the Orlando Magic are about to be severed.Unwilling to match a lucrative offer sheet from the
Pluses and minuses of Clippers moves | The Point Forward
The Point Forward - Zach Lowe on the NBA
After talking with Eric Gordon at Team USA Trials, it's even more clear that he really doesn't want to come back to New Orleans.
SecretRival: 2012 NBA SUMMER LEAGUE ROSTERS
LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS Talor Battle - Telekom Baskets Bonn (Germany) Eric Bledsoe - Clippers Travis Leslie - Clippers Cameron Moore - UAB (Undrafted FA) Trey Thompkins - Clippers
Clippers sign Jamal Crawford for four years, but it’s the first one that matters most | Ball Don't Lie - Yahoo! Sports
From the blog Ball Don't Lie: On the face of it, the Los Angeles Clippers' four-year, $25 million deal for scoring guard Jamal Crawford, reported by Yahoo!'s Marc Spears Thursday afternoon, is pretty foolish. At 32 years old, Crawford is already at an age at which … Continue reading →
Nigeria beats Dominican Republic in men’s basketball for final London Olympic berth behind Ike Diogu
Nigeria beats Dominican Republic in men’s basketball for final London Olympic berth behind Ike Diogu. Good for Ike!