Analysts argue that young players are more likely to become busts such as Sebastian Telfair, but others have succeeded like Bryant and James (via examiner)
With college basketball season ending as UConn captured their fourth title since 1999 and the NBA draft now the highlight for college basketball, the debate continues to linger about the one and done rule in college basketball...
The Los Angeles Lakers have expressed interest in free agent point guard Sebastian Telfair, along with the San Antonio Spurs according to Alex Kennedy of HoopsWorld:
Source confirms that the Los Angeles Lakers and San Antonio Spurs have expressed interest in free agent point guard Sebastian Telfair.— Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) September 3, 2013
Seeing as the Lakers already...
This picture is from 2002 when Sebastian Telfair was rated as one of the top prospects out of high school alongside LeBron James. Eleven years later we obviously see both players careers went in complete opposite directions. Telfair has been hopping from team-to-team while James is cementing himself as one of the greatest players ever.
There may now be a chance we see both players...
The New York Knicks are continuing their search for perimeter help. Alex Kennedy of Hoop World is reporting that the Knicks are pursuing New York native Sebastian Telfair.
The Knicks continue to pursue Sebastian Telfair, according to sources. Not only did they reach out to his camp, they spoke to him directly.
— Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) July 4, 2013
Telfair has never played...
Sebastian Telfair is a point guard from Brooklyn. He’s likely love to return to New York if he’s given the chance. With the Nets in Brooklyn, he could have the opportunity to play for his home town team. However, the New York Knicks have a bigger need at point guard. Could Telfair be the cost effective signing [...]
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Sebastian Telfair will never fulfill the potential he appeared to have as a phenom out of Lincoln High School in 2004. He can try to rescue his reputation in what is left of his NBA career, however, and he appears to be on the right track.
Telfair, now 27, opened up about his self-inflicted trials early in his career, from his multiple gun charges to his brief tenure with the Celtics...
Sebastian Telfair will join his 7th NBA team as the Suns traded the point guard, in his 9th year, to the Raptors.
According to ESPN:
The Phoenix Suns have traded backup point guard Sebastian Telfair to the Toronto Raptors for center Hamed Haddadi and a second-round pick, league sources told ESPN The Magazine’s Chris Broussard.
Phoenix Suns guard Sebastian Telfair tried to get a foul call by flopping after he hit New York Knicks guard Pablo Prigioni in the face during Sunday's NBA game at MSG.
No word yet if Telfair has been warned by the league, but at least he was called for an offensive foul on the play.
H/T Business Insider.
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This video was too great not to share. Former Celtic Nate Robinson makes use of his 5'8" frame and goes through Sebastian Telfair's legs before making a lay-up. Hilarious.
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PHOENIX -- First-year Phoenix Suns point guard Sebastian Telfair knows he's not expected to be Steve Nash. He's right, but that doesn't mean he won't try to be.
With the NBA's schedule shortened and condensed by the lockout, Telfair's role as backup point guard takes on an amplified importance, particularly in the Suns' fast-paced offense.