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Friday, March 27, 2015

Basketball

Byron Houston Really Likes Jacking it

This has to be one of the best stories I’ve come across in quite some time. Inspired by Eddie Griffin, former Oklahoma State basketball star and four-year NBA veteran, Byron Houston, decided the middle of the intersection would be the perfect place to fulfill his manly needs. A woman called police around 5:45 p.m. Wednesday…Read More

Robert Horry: Spurs Would Beat Larry’s Celtics and Magic’s Lakers

Has Robert Horry done lost his mind as my buddy Jorge Sedano put it? Would this Spurs team really take it to the 80s Celtics and 80s Lakers? Is it entirely possible? Robert Horry will be double-fisting rings after this series is over. He’ll have more brass than Michael Jordan. If anyone knows something about…Read More

Who Cares About the Low NBA Finals TV Ratings

They don’t bother me one bit. Of course I’m not the one selling advertising on my multi-million dollar finals TV deal, but still. I’m really just sick and tired of hearing about how the NBA finals ratings are down. That doesn’t seem to be news to me. It’s seems so commonplace. Not just for the…Read More

Scottie Pippen, Ruining Farmers Lives

This guy must be really hard-up for some cash. Remember all the talk this year about him making a comeback to the NBA? It was because the guy’s bankrupt. Upon announcing his plans to return to the league, creditors were lining up to collect from him like he was Worm leaving prison. As recently as…Read More

J.R. Smith’s Passenger Andre Bell Died

This is a horrible twist to the story of the car crash involving Nuggets guard J.R. Smith (pictured) over the weekend. As soon as I heard on Saturday that the passenger had to be airlifted to a hospital, I knew it wasn’t good. And just as I suspected, the news was fatal. 21-year-old Andre Bell…Read More

Pistons Blowing Up the Team?

Maybe they won’t quite be dismantling the project all old-Las Vegas hotel style, but Joe Dumars promises things will change. For starters, lets begin with the Dumars proclamation that Flip Saunders is staying, despite the fact that he would have been the most likely candidate to get the chop. Amongst some of the changes Dumars…Read More

Pau Gasol’s Brother Is a Draft Prospect

Automatically when I saw the last name Gasol, I was intrigued. Think about it, Gasol isn’t exactly a common back-of-the-jersey stitching, unless it’s the Jones of Spain or something. But Peter Schrager’s mock draft on foxsports.com has Marc Gasol going 22nd overall to the Bobcats — and that’s pretty high. Who knew? Certainly not me,…Read More

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