How ****ing dare anyone out there make fun of Kevin McHale. HE'S BEEN GOING THROUGH HARD TIMES!no comments
Dear Close Personal Friends,
I was supposed to update this week with the REAL IMPORTANT stats for Marco Jaric and Sebastian Telfair but I couldn't. As a matter of fact, there was a lot of stuff that I was supposed to do this week that I didn't. And do you know why? I'll tell you why. Because of Corey Brewer's baby afro.
I present this FAQ to everyone who finds themselves wondering about the state of the Timberwolves team salary, and just where exactly this club currently stands. I'm not talking about just "right now"... but also over the next few seasons. This is a snapshot and analyzation of the roster and salary breakdown that I hope many of you will find helpful. Do you find yourself asking any of the following questions: "How much money do we have to spend?" or "How does the luxury tax work?" or "Are we over the luxury tax?" or "What is the status of certain contracts on our team?" Perhaps you are just tired of going over to Hoopshype.com every time you want to check a certain T-Wolf's contract status. If so, this may be the resource for you.
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.no comments
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.no comments
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