Why do NBA offenses post up Joel Freeland and Udonis Haslem less frequently than they do Ronny Turiaf and Omer Asik? It’s like throwing the ball into Nnamdi’s shadow-tight coverage and crossing your fingers in hopes for the best.
Miles Wray writes a column for McSweeney’s Internet Tendency called “Reviews of Self-Help Books by Professional Athletes” and is a staff writer at Ian Levy’s Hickory-High. He lives in Seattle but just moved there so no hard feelings about the Sonics. In this post, he takes on his artisanal Mount Rushmore... with a basketball twist.
Apparently, being Vine famous has it’s perks and for Mooresville-native Nash Grier, that came in the form of an invite to the Charlotte Bobcats’ practice on Monday afternoon.