Grizzlies owner Michael Heisley has basically blamed the Pau Gasol giveaway
on the Chicago Bulls. The beef is that cheapskate GM John Paxson refused to make a highball offer on Pau to help inflate his value. The Nets had a similar problem when they dealt Jason Collins.
Timberwolves insiders are concerned that Kevin Garnett may no-show
his coming appearance on Friday. In the meantime, Kevin incarnate Al Jefferson drops 29 and 15 over the last 5 games but still gets the Fake Shemp treatment
Ron Artest made an underhanded trade request by insisting that the Kings are better without him.
This is in no way related to Brad Miller being mortally wounded
by a sink full of dirty dishes.
The fine folks at RedsArmy.com
believe that Ben Wallace would have been a better fit
for the Lakers than Pau Gasol. While watching LA spend $15 million a year for a backup to Ronny Turiaf would have pleased me to no end, the cost of that is seeing Kwame Brown in a Bulls jersey. Ugh.Jamario Moon's YouTube video
has officially gotten people stoked for the Slam Dunk Contest. We'll ignore the fact that his practice rim seems suspiciously low. Remember the Jordan Jammer?
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