The “Golden Age” of Argentina basketball may be over but that is not stopping other teams at the 2014 FIBA World Cup from giving them any slack. Take the Philippine’s Gabe Norwood who had no mercy for Luis Scola during a recent game.
While on the fast break, Norwood had a clear path to the rim with only Scola in his way.
Then this happened!
Argentina held off the Philippines...
On Saturday the Pacers added yet another piece to their now much deeper bench by trading for forward Luis Scola. The Pacers sent power forward Miles Plumlee, small forward Gerald Green and a lottery-protected first round pick in 2014 to the Suns in return for Scola.
Luis Scola (Photo credit: Christan Petersen/Getty Images)
The 6-foot-9 Scola averaged 12.6 points per game and 6.6...
Multiple reports say the Indiana Pacers are close to reaching a deal to acquire forward Luis Scola from the Phoenix Suns.
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Luis Scola was fairly productive for the Houston Rockets for five seasons before they waived him over the summer. He averaged 14.6 points and 7.7 rebounds per game, but one Houston fan was not happy with the big man — and it had nothing to do with his game.
As you can see from the image above that Rockets GM Daryl Morey posted on Twitter, a fan recently wrote...
An off-season look at a valued employee of the Phoenix Suns was as easy as watching NBA TV's broadcast of a Team USA exhibition game.
But we were required to pay attention, of course, to the other team.
Sunday's other team was Argentina, which showed up in Barcelona for this pre-Olympic friendly with recent Suns acquisition Luis Scola still working as its low-post henchman...
The Phoenix Suns have won the bidding for forward Luis Scola and used the amnesty clause to cut forward Josh Childress.
A fan favorite in Houston, the 6-foot-9 Scola averaged 14.5 points and 7.7 rebounds in five seasons with the Rockets. He grabbed 2,984 rebounds to rank ninth on Houston's career list.
But the Rockets used the amnesty option to waive Scola on Friday. The rugged...
Via AP on Fox
July 15, 2012
The Rockets did the unthinkable -- they waived one of their top players from the past few seasons. Find out why they did it.
HOUSTON Luis Scola spoke with a sincerity that even his coarse Spanish accent could not mask. When he opened his mouth to respond to a question, one could guarantee authenticity from the ensuing words.
When the Rockets honored Scola as a member of their All-Decade Team of the 2000s on April 26, his humility was genuine. He shared that honor with Yao Ming and Tracy McGrady, Shane...
The Nets and Rockets held deep trade talks on Saturday centered around Luis Scola.