Adding Carmelo Anthony, at the cost of Joakim Noah and Luol Deng, would cost the Bulls about ten wins -- according to David Berri of Wages of Wins.
David Stern does not let NBA owners do whatever they want. No doubt because if you let sports owners do whatever they want, they do some crazy stuff. Witness the French team that is advertising with half-naked players and a rubber ducky dedicated to pleasure.
Kevin Garnett may be healthier than he has been in a while. If so, that changes things.
"Shout out to Menorca. I had fun there, even though there's really nothing to do there." New King Pooh Jeter, oddly, steering a yacht while talking to DraftExpress, on his time in Spain. He also talks about having prayed in Jerusalem, where he thinks his prayers may have helped him make his way to the NBA.
Time-lapse video is so cool that watching every second of the Bucks' offseason scoreboard replacement was a really rewarding part of my day.
1994 Shaquille O'Neal -- skinny and dunking everything. Amazing.
Philadunkia's Tom Sunnergren, a Philadelphia sports fan, talks about Philadelphia sports fans: "We just don’t have a lot going for us. Our unemployment and poverty rates are well above the national average. We’re ugly. We’re fat. Our police officers sell heroin. So because we’re so miserable and unfulfilled in other aspects of our life, we put a lot of stock in sports.
Blazer rookie Elliott Williams will not eat pizza or eggs, nor will he swim.
There has been some talk about Steve Nash, and how if Jay Triano still coached the Canadian National team, Nash might still play for it. I have no special insight there. However, I did notice that in the fine print at the end of the fine 30 for 30 documentary Nash co-directed with Ezra Holland, Triano was mentioned among those deserving of "special thanks."
Longtime TrueHoop readers will certainly know which of these three I'm hoping will make the Suns' roster. Hint: It's the one who has written for TrueHoop.
I have failed to come up with a way to adequately summarize this in a sentence.
Earl the Pearl, in Wizards camp.