It's like the Bizarro version of the Craptors mascot!
Chris sent me an e-mail this afternoon alerting me to this recent development: Detroit's population
has dropped to 713,777. This means Detroit is now smaller than Louisville
. (Okay, partially because Louisville redefined its city limits several years ago to make it seem bigger. Whatever.) So now my question is, why the hell don't I have an NBA team yet?
The continuing failures of the Toronto Craptors: Per Scott Carefoot
, "In February and March, Bargnani has played 19 games and 716 minutes but only blocked 6 shots. 'That's a 7-footer, ladies and gentlemen!' "
Also worth reading: the continuing failures of Agent Zero
.Worst of the Night in Pictures: Caption This!
Seriously, what the hell is going on with Landry Fields? Jay Triano always carries his résumé with him. Probably a wise decision. Stan Van Gundy: hovering helicopter
parent coachNationally Televised Games:Bulls at Hawks, TNT, 8pm:
what I want to watch. A tired Bulls team on the second night of a back-to-back versus a Hawks team in the middle of its usual springtime mediocrityfest.Suns at Lakers, TNT, 10:30pm:
Andrew Bynum's on the second night of his suspension. Why do game previews make a big deal out of this? You'd think the Lakers would be used to playing without Bynum for extended periods of time by now.All The Other Games:
Wizards Generals at Frail Blazers, 10pm:
You know, John Wall could have a chance in the next season or two to join the 20-10-50 club
. He's averaging 15.9 points and 8.7 assists as a rookie, and the Generals are, after all, the Generals. (They've already
lost 51 games this year!) Assuming Wall progresses as a player and the Generals continue to fail to produce an effective team, I have high hopes for this elite club inducting a new member.
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