Found November 04, 2011 on
Larry Brown Sports:
Normally when people talk about the NBA lockout it’s to complain or talk about certain players’ sob stories from their days of unemployment and boredom. In other instances, we have seen players making good use of their time. Guys like Anthony Randolph decided to go back to school while Gordon Hayward had some fun joining [...]
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Per Kyrie Irving’s Twitter page, the top pick in this year’s NBA draft is prepared to skip across the pond to hoop if this lockout doesn’t end soon. From the News-Herald: “Cavaliers guard Kyrie Irving, the No. 1 overall pick of the 2011 draft, said he would consider playing overseas if the NBA lockout continues. Irving said via his Twitter account that he could play abroad...
All right, time for more speculation. To wit: Which European team could be most in need of a locked-out point guard itching to play some minutes?
The CV of the player in question includes turns on the gold-medal Team USA of the FIBA Americas U18 Championship in addition to performances in the Nike Hoop Summit, the McDonald’s All-American Game, and the Jordan Brand Classic –...
Kyrie Irving may hint that he plans to play overseas if the NBA lockout doesnt end, but hinting and actually doing it are two different things entirely.
Irving is a 6-foot-2 point guard out of Duke, and was selected No. 1 overall by Cleveland in the June draft.
His hint came via his Twitter account, where he wrote, If a deal doesnt get done soon overseas here I come.
Durham, NC --- Last December, Duke basketball coachMike Krzyzewski gave Seth Curry an opportunity to win the point guard job.
The move was driven by the Blue Devils need following an injury to starfreshman point man Kyrie Irving, who played the first eight games of theseason, but was sidelined until the NCAA Tournament.
With Duke down to essentially two scorers Kyle Singler...
With the 2011-2012 Duke Basketball season virtually upon us it is time to look into my crystal ball at what the season may bring. The Blue Devils open the season this Friday at home against Belmont. Thus far we've all seen Duke in action in China and Dubai and they are just as much a mystery after those games as before them.
For now I can only go on what we've seen in...
Junior Seth Curry says he's ready for the long preseason to be over and for the real games to begin for Duke.
The early college basketball signing period is now upon us. From today through November 16th, verbally committed players in the class of 2012 will put pens to paper and officially sign letters of intent with their chosen schools. Duke has one commit thus far: 6’3″, 175 lb guard Rasheed Sulaimon who will be signing during this early period. Sulaimon, the #10 overall...
Duke junior guard Andre Dawkins says times has flown for him at Duke entering his third year