Former NBA baller Josh Childress is playing with the Sydney Kings in Australia and in a recent game, he went and lost his mind and punched a guy to the ground.
After being on the receiving end of a clean-hard pick, Josh didn’t take kindly to the defensive move and decided it be best to lose his mind and walk over to the Perth player and punch him in the face.
Needless to say, Josh...
So there is not doubt that you have all been pondering a pressing question recently, “Whatever happened to former NBA journeyman Josh Childress?”
Well, his hair is bigger than ever. He legit looks like Sideshow Bob.
Oh yeah, and he’s also delivering vicious elbows in an Australia Basketball league like he’s Johnny Cage from Mortal Kombat. Somehow it seems Childress wasn’t...
Josh Childress never really developed into the player most experts believed he would be during his seven-plus seasons in the NBA after being taken with the sixth-overall pick in 2004 by the Atlanta Hawks. Childress bounced around the league after four modest seasons with the Hawks, but for all intents and purposes, his NBA career...Read More
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In an apparent retaliation for getting knocked down on a screen by Perth Wildcats' power forward Jesse Wagstaff, 8-year NBA veteran Josh Childress, now of the Sydney Kings, got to his feet and smashed his elbow into Wagstaff's face after he put up a shot.
"That's footy stuff!" one announcer for NZAUTV exclaimed during the game Friday. Said the other: "He...
Former NBA swingman Josh Childress is playing professional basketball in Australia for the Sydney Kings this year. On Thursday night, Childress committed one of the hardest fouls you will see all season — in any league. Perth Wildcats forward Jesse Waggstaff set a clean, hard screen on Childress during the third quarter, and Childress did...Read More
The New Orleans Pelicans waived veteran forward Josh Childress on Friday.
Childress joined New Orleans on Nov. 12 but has been unable to carve out regular playing time. He appeared in only four games, during which he was credited with three rebounds, two assists and a steal in 24 minutes.
The 31-year-old Childress, playing his eighth NBA season, has appeared in 391 games in his...
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December 13, 2013