It’s hard to call a season that sees a team win 60 games a disappointment, especially when it’s a 22-win improvement over the previous season and the most in franchise history. And most might not be disappointed with the Atlanta Hawks season: they had the stellar record, topped the Eastern Conference standings by seven games over their closest opponent and had a killer 19...
ATLANTA (AP) When DeMarre Carroll is having one of those nights where the shots just won't fall, like Game 2 of the playoffs, he doesn't get down on himself. He knows there's so many other ways he can help the top-seeded Atlanta Hawks, whether it's playing shutdown defense, banging for a rebound or diving to the floor to grab a loose ball. Besides, Carroll knows a thing or two about...
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April 24, 2015 | Discuss
WWE history is a funny thing. World Wrestling Entertainment history can often at times be just as scripted as the matches. The first Royal Rumble match and winner would be an example of this as the event promoted as the first Rumble was really not the first Rumble at all.
Jerome Williams enjoyed a nine year career in the NBA with the Detroit Pistons, Toronto Raptors, Chicago Bulls, and New York Knicks. Toronto Raptors. Affectionately & aptly known worldwide as the ‘JunkYard Dog’ due to his tenacious style of play on the court, he was and continues to be a fan favourite! He currently serves as a Legends Ambassador for the Toronto Raptors...
posted by Romy Aquino (@romyaquino)Follow @romyaquinoThe #NBANation Tour presented by Samsung rolled into Mic Mac Mall in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia this past weekend and former Toronto Raptor, Jerome Williams was in attendance for a Q&A and autograph session for all of the NBA fans in attendance. It was a jam-packed afternoon at Mic Mac Mall with multiple NBA events/activities...
posted by Romy Aquino (@romyaquino)Follow @romyaquinoFormer Raptor, Jerome Williams, has always been know for his hustle and heart when he suited up for the Toronto Raptors and that's why he continues to be a Raptors fan favourite even after retirement. Sean Francois and myself had the opportunity to interview JYD on Saturday afternoon at the #NBANation presented by Samsung event...
When asked by a sports radio host why he chose to leave the state of Oklahoma to play his college football—at a time when Barry Switzer was king, the Sooners were as reviled as ever, and he surely would have…Read more →
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