Found July 31, 2012 on
Jocks and Stiletto Jill:
There is a movement in LA amongst several pro basketball jocks born and raised in the city of Angels entitled “LAUNFD” translation, La Unified. It not only represents the school district that quite a few members cut their basketball teeth in but symbolizes their loyalty to the city. Check out a video that crystallizes the [...]
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Andre Iguodala has always been a misplaced superstar.
Wedged between Allen Iverson's career in Philadelphia and whatever comes next, Iguodala has at times been asked to be a sidekick and superstar. In each role, he has found some success but not ultimate success. After all, Philadelphia has been out of the first round just once since Iverson was traded in 2008.
It wasn't that long ago when the Washington Wizards were the joke of the NBA.
JaVale McGee led that charge with bone head acts on the court (him running to the opposite end of the court while the Wizards were on offense is still my favorite), as did Andray Blatche being a lost cause despite his immense talent, Nick Young and his "shoot-first" mentality and of course...
By MEGAN STEWART
Cronkite News Service
LONDON The U.S. mens basketball team is an Olympic force with its dominant presence on the court and larger-than-life players.
However, 6-foot-6, 210-pound Andre Iguodala, a former University of Arizona standout, is still wary of this citys infamous pickpockets.
Walking down the street last night to go to the ATM, the first ATM I skipped...
Team USA defeated Tunisia easily with a score of 110-63 on Tuesday night under the lights in London. Even though the ending margin is something spectacular, that wasn't the case for the majority of the game.
With the starting 5 slacking, Tunisia saw many slight leads early in the 1st quarter of play. After Kobe Bryant began slacking on the defensive end of the ball, Coach Mike...
John Wall is set to enter a critical third season in the NBA and is ready for more responsibility to lead the Wizards.
Darius Songaila had 12 points and four rebounds to lead Lithuania, while Sarunas Jasikevicius had nine points, nine assists, two rebounds and two steals.
Kevin Seraphin had 10 points, seven rebounds and three blocks in just over 14 minutes of play.
A moron left an idiotic comment on my Washington Times.com exclusive with Washington Wizards/Capitals owner Ted Leonsis last sumemr And within that comment is an inaccurate phrase that reminded me of what’s become of Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps’ star power these days.
This buffoon brought up “Michael Phelps’ crack-smoking episode.” It was marijuana, not crack, get it...