OK Truth..whats up
I saw you put in One deal but not mine...whats up?
Stop playing...I think you want me to accept your deal then Veto my deal...come on.
....still waiting man.
i will put gage in the deal instead of nate washington. then we have a deal.
I rather have Henderson..
“It took some time, but I thought that as the year went along, especially during the playoffs, we were pretty connected. I thought it hurt us not having Metta [World Peace] against Denver, because they were able to take advantage of some things on the perimeter that they wouldn’t have been able to do if we had Metta. And even going into the Oklahoma series, after the first game I was good. I felt like we put together a plan after the first game as to where we could compete and possibly win the series. So, I felt good about our performance and our chances and all that other stuff in that series.
The Boise State Broncos finished in last place in the Mountain West Conference last year, but they’re looking to change that this year and spearheading that effort will be big man Ryan Watkins. Watkins is going to be a leader of this year’s team, and the potential draft prospect tells HOOPSWORLD what to expect from him next year in this exclusive interview.
Instead, injuries and a lack of postseason success have defined McGrady’s career, and now at 33 years old he seems to have aged at a faster pace than his peers. Even as we talk about how Steve Nash, Jason Kidd and Grant Hill still have plenty left in the tank despite pushing 40, McGrady looks more like a former NBA player.
"All the training staff was gone with the team," Horford said. "Obviously, they have to take care of the other guys so for me it was key for me to do my conditioning on my own. The cardio stuff and just little things like that I had to take care of like that. It was challenging, but we made it work. We figured out a way."