it was a hard fought battle between me and gators. it was a good one. classic. and in the end gators won. my hat goes off to him. he didnt even have forte or gore. and he still beat me. now im 3-2 oh well. like i said my goal was to make the playoffs and win it all. i believe i will reach that goal.as for as week 6 go. im preparing already for birdmen. and for the first time im not gonna talk trash, no mark it downs, none of that crap. im just focusing on winning .good luck to everyone. peace.
that Jets DEF f**ked you and me both. I had them and Keller in another league, down by 10. And I get 0 points out of both. That better count as their bye week. haha
it was meant for me to lose. good win gator. week 6 lets go.
Every year there is an international name to know and this year its Rudy Gobert. He may not end up at the top of the draft when its all said and done, but when you look at his skill set and body – there is intrigue for sure.
He may not end up in the top 5, but he is a lottery level talent, if the chips fall the right way.
He is not nearly as skilled as say a Zeller or Muhammed, but he may be a little further along developmentally than say Noel.
“I learned by being mature, by having to grow up, that the only way I can get past it (injury) is playing through it and doing the best I can. I’ve done my part getting the surgery I needed. I just need to rehabilitate to the best of my ability and go out there and have fun,” added Henry.
Minnesota is going to have to face that situation with Kevin Love. Washington will have to face that with John Wall and even Chicago will have to face that with Derrick Rose – at some point all three are going to want more than money.
Josh Selby - One of the most impressive players in Vegas has been Josh Selby of the Memphis Grizzlies. He poured in 32 points against the Charlotte Bobcats with seven threes in 11 attempts. He’s been doing it all week and Selby may make the Grizzlies forget about O.J. Mayo relatively quickly. Selby is scoring guard but at 6’2″, he may not be the perfect fit next to Mike Conley – but the Grizzlies have size inside so lack of height may not be a true problem.
Kendall Marshall – The Phoenix Suns guard had a difficult night against the D-League Select team, scoring 10 points on just 4-14 shooting (missing all five three-point attempts). Marshall had six assists but also three turnovers. Arguably the D-League players have more experience and Marshall is just getting his feet wet but he still doesn’t look comfortable on the floor (something he would admit postgame). Fortunately for Kendall, the Suns just inked Goran Dragic to start so that Marshall isn’t asked to do too much too soon.
Meanwhile, the Thunder didn’t do much beyond drafting intriguing big man Perry Jones in the first round of the draft and signing free agent center Hasheem Thabeet in free agency.
“Jose is a pro,” Colangelo said. “He has been around the block. He has been a big part of this organization and has done a lot for us. I anticipate that as long as he is here, he is going to continue to do the things that are going to help this team win basketball games.”[po\0-0-