Tony Parker caught in Chris Brown /Drake fight!
HAHAHA Every rapper/singer in the industry was piping that. They are just lucky J. Cole wasn't there or Parker might have lost an eye.
Oh Tony, I thought this famewhoring of yours would have stopped when Pop told you the Spurs don’t work like that. I guess not.
Even though Ginobili (35 years old) and Duncan (36) aren’t getting any younger, the Spurs’ brass has rejuvenated it’s veteran core with the likes of Leonard (21) and stellar bench play from Gary Neal. Compounding the talent of the starting five is underrated big man DeJuan Blair along with veterans Stephen Jackson and Boris Diaw, making them one of the best reserve cores in the NBA.
After just four preseason games, players are still learning more about one another and where they need to be on the court, catching onto instincts and inclinations. No one was fully pleased with Tuesday's effort – the first half was excruciating at times, and the offense still needs work – but at least they're recognizing the glitches.
It’s easy to laugh now, but this season should still prove to be a challenging one even with some added talent and another year of growth from Irving. There’s a lot of youth on this team—and there could be even more should Anderson Varejao end up getting traded at some point as expected—so expectations for the Cavs are still understandably tempered.bdsfgdr
It’s easy to laugh now, but this season should still prove to be a challenging one even with some added talent and another year of growth from Irving. There’s a lot of youth on this team—and there could be even more should Anderson Varejao end up getting traded at some point as expected—so expectations for the Cavs are still understandably tempered.hfghgdf
Now, the lockout is a distant memory, but Evans’ patience is being tested once again. This time, the waiting game is free agency. The regular season will get underway in two weeks, but the 33-year-old guard remains unsigned. Several teams have tried to sign Evans to a non-guaranteed deal, but the veteran has no interest in signing a make-good contract at this point in his career.ngfbd
Houston Rockets big man Greg Smith is facing the same sort of challenges that Gerald Green faced earlier in his career, but he’s not quite as far along in getting himself a guaranteed contract. In fact, Smith was invited to Rockets camp last year as well, but was cut three days before Christmas and the start of the 2011-12 lockout-shortened season.vsafddadas