Found November 21, 2011 on Beantown Banter:
Now I know that I should be writing about someone other than a Celtic, especially not about one who donned the number 0  (I wrote about Walter McCarty last week), but Orien Greene was just too hard to pass up. I mean, come on, how can you not write about a guy that misses wide open layups. Greene was drafted with the 53rd overall pick in the 2005 NBA Draft by your hometown C’s. Greene started his NBA career coming off the bench to relieve Delonte West. During his rookie year, Greene played in 80 games, compiling totals of 3.2 PPG, 1.8 RPG, and 1.6 APG. After only one season in Boston, Greene was waived by the Celtics and picked up by the Pacers. In his only season in Indiana, Greene’s numbers went down considerably across the board. He played in only half of his team’s game, averaging a mere 1.5 PPG, 1.1 RPG, and 0.5 APG. Greene faced the same fate in Indiana that he did in Boston, being released by his team after only one season. “Big-O” was eventually picked up by the Sacramento K...

Nets rookie Williams to play in Poland

The Nets rookie power forward is going the way of the point guards: overseas. Jordan Williams, the Nets' second-round pick from Maryland, has signed to play in Poland during the NBA lockout. Williams, a six-foot-10 power forward, became the fourth Net accepting a foreign offer. The first three were point guards: Deron Williams is in Turkey, Jordan Farmar is in Israel and Sundiata...

Humphries may sue Kardashian

Kris Humphries is still upset with Kim Kardashian, and reportedly is considering legal action to protect his image concerning his role on his ex-wife's reality show.

Kris Humphries Talks Divorce During Sector Watch Press Conference

Kris Humphries spoke out for the first time in public since news broke of Kim Kardashian filing for divorce after 72 days. Humphries recently cut a deal with Italian luxury watch brand, Sector for $150,000. While at the event, he naturally spoke about the difficult time he’s currently enduring. “I’m happy to be here,” Humphries told reporters. ”As you all know, this...

Kris Humphries Endorsing Watches, Doin' Just Fine

For those of you wondering what New Jersey Nets forward Kris Humphries has been up to recently, Kris has signed a endorsement deal with Sector watches.The deal is believed to be worth over $150,000:Kris Humphries, the recently dumped and out of work, New Jersey Nets player held a press conference recently to announce a deal he has made with Sector watches that will pay him $150K...

Kris Humphries inks deal with Italian watchmaker

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Julius Erving memorabilia auction nets $3.5 million

SCP Auctions says more than 140 items from Julius Erving’s personal collection sold for a record $3.5 million. The auction ran from October until Sunday. Among the highlights: His 1974 New Jersey Nets ABA championship ring sold for $460,471; 1983 76ers championship rings sold for $244,240; 1983 All-Star game MVP trophy ($115,242); final game worn jersey [...]
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