that is all...
Weird, only feels like 118.
lol, i had to post this... every post regarding the Houston Rockets organization in the past month has somehow managed to include the signing and trading or amnestying of a player who isn't even on their f'ucking roster
It's really not that big of a deal. I mean, I know people should be aware of the transactions, but it is really nothing to rant about...
maybe nothing to rant about but then again, if you watched the draft...which I am assuming everyone on a draft site did....I am trying to figure out who still doesnt know this? it was a popular discussion on draft night because we were trying to figure out how Henson fit in with Dalembert, Gooden, Sanders, and Udoh.
My mistake. ESPN.com hadn't removed his name from Houston's roster when I looked at it this morning, though they had added Jeremy Lin's name to it already.
Also, I was surprised to hear that Milwaukee will only be Mr. Dalembert's fifth team. Curious what player has played for the most NBA teams in a career? I believe that distinction belongs to none other than Tony Massenburg with 14 teams. Jimmy Jackson was at 12.
drew gooden has got to be up there for active players.. guy moves team every year or two it seems like
He was traded with the 14th pick for the 12th pick to the Bucks, thank you for this post though, it also annoys me to hell to see tons of posts that have him with the Rockets.
You should be surprised to hear it's his 5th team - Milwaukee will actually be Dalembert's 4th team lol.
Dalembert was on the 76ers for several years, then he was trded to the Kings, signed with the Rockers last off-season, and just got traded to the Bucks, he's not a journeyman or anything like that though.
Yeah, I don't know why it just seemed like more to me.