People don't boo scrubs. They don't boo the average players. They boo the guys that kick their favorite team's ass time after time. Due to his success at Duke, J.J. Redick was one of the most hated athletes in the country. Hell I named my website after him!! Luckily he's a good enough guy to grant IHJJR an exclusive interview during the middle of the NBA playoffs.
What’s your team’s record?
Calm down. There are over seventy-eight games left.
Remember when the Bobcats started out 7-5 last season? Now remember how they finished with just 21 wins? Records mean next to nothing at this point.
The busy sports season is upon us. True, baseball’s nearly over, but we’re only midway through the NFL and college football seasons, the hockey season is a few weeks old, and basketball---both college and NBA---is about to start. Even less popular sports like soccer, field hockey and wrestling are popping up on the fall calendar.
Today I conclude my look at the NBA Summer League with a scouting report on Pheonix rookie Archie Goodwin.
When I debuted my top-5 players with breakout potential earlier this week I purposely left Kent Bazemore off the list because I knew I wanted to give you a complete scouting report
I'm continuing my coverage of the NBA Summer League: Las Vegas Edition with a look at two very impressive rookie point guards. I watched the Sacramento-Atlanta Summer League Consolation Game Friday night and was pleasantly surprised to see a spectacular match-up of point guards.
I feel like I am a rare breed that absolutely loves watching the NBA Summer League and a few players have stood out for me. I have watched a majority of the Las Vegas portion of Summer League so I will only include players that were on the court this past week. All of these players should have a good opportunity to get a decent amount of run with their team this season which adds to their breakout potential. I kept all of the rookies off of this list and went for players going into their second or third professional season.