It's often hard to remember that many NBA players are...well, somewhat intelligent. And apparently, Rashad McCants fits into that category. While I was searching around the internet for something to write about, I came across some of Rashad's poetry...and although I certainly wouldn't call it "good" poetry, it's definitely a step-up from T-Hud's garbage.
As noted by My Brain Says Rage, when bloggers suffer from writer's block, we tend to look to YouTube for material. And today, I happen to be suffering from writer's block. So, here are some video picks...to make things more interesting, I'll have a theme for today's stuff: Great outbursts and meltdowns.
The Boston Globe recently reported that their are 20 players working out in Vegas under the Abunassar Impact Basketball system. Out of those 20 players, Garnett is reportedly working out earlier and later than everyone else every day. This does not come as a shock to those of us who have been long time KG fans. What is a surprise is the extent to which Garnett is taking this. "The 6-foot-11-inch, 253-pounder also sprinted while pulling a man with a resistance cable. After the drill, a sweat-drenched Garnett made the majority of his free throws while pumping himself up." the Globe reported.
Interesting, that the individual who always pushed harder and worked harder than anyone else is working and pushing harder now that he is on a competitive team.no comments
The Wolves are entering a new era, and KG is leaving us with 12 years of great memories. Here are some memorable Garnett moments that come to mind:no comments
Those of you who read my little bio thingy know that I'm one of 78 people nationwide who bought Troy Hudson's album, "Undrafted," in its first week of release. I was also one of the 38 people in Minneapolis who bought it.
I saw a thread on another message board that got me thinking. This Wolves rube walked into the MOA Apple Store, and saw Corey Brewer and Chris Richard there. So after reading his story, I started to remember some encounters I've had with famous people...and all of them were awkward.
The Chronicles of Stephon Marbury - Episode 1: The Interview
A look into the mind of a certified lunatic. It's the offseason... and Stephon Marbury of the New York Knicks doesn't have **** to do.
Some of you may not be completely familiar with all these jokes. Go HERE and watch EVERY minute of the three videos at the bottom of the blog entry. Some hilarious stuff!!! Then read this article.