Found November 03, 2011 on Pro Basketball Talk:
PLAYERS: Jeff Van Gundy
Most of us are just worried about seeing NBA basketball again this season. Jeff Van Gundy is worried about the quality of basketball we’ll see when (if) the season starts up. Former coach and current ABC analyst Van Gundy said the league needs to make sure there is adequate time for training camps and hopes…
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