Jermaine O'Neal had 18 points and 8 rebounds as a starter last night (Bogut was suspended). Y'all gotta watch his post-game interview, if not only to see Jermaine get emotional, but because he talks about his time with Indiana too. I've posted the link below:
Good for JO. Good guy. Great player. I hope they have a lot of success this year while relying on him. Just not too much success... this is our year!
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D.J. Augustin has been waived by the Raptors in order to accommodate incoming players from the Rudy Gay trade. I wonder if this is his last stop in the NBA.
=== Warriors' O'Neal slated for wrist surgery ===
Oakland, CA (SportsNetwork.com) - Golden State Warriors center Jermaine O'Neal
will undergo arthroscopic surgery Friday to repair a torn ligament in his
right wrist, the team has announced.
O'Neal had been playing through the injury, though he sat out Wednesday's game
against the Dallas Mavericks due to discomfort in the wrist. A timetable for
the 18-year veteran's return will be determined once the procedure is
The 35-year-old, signed by the Warriors in July after spending the previous
season with Phoenix, was productive in a reserve role with his new team. Over
17 games, O'Neal was averaging 6.2 points and 4.5 rebounds in 18.6 minutes per
In what was likely a related move, Golden State signed center Hilton Armstrong
from the club's NBA Development League team in Santa Cruz on Wednesday.
Augustin put up 14 points and 8 assists in his first game as a Chicago Bull. Admittedly, he didn't shoot too well, but I guess there's still a little left in his NBA tank. I wasn't sure he was 'bout dis life anymore.
Suns vs Lakers 12/23/13
Miles 17pts and 20rbs
Green 22 pts with 6 made 3pters
Plumlee has been great this season. Good to see him succeed.
22 and 13 for plum 10/14 fg's, new career high.
LOU was cut from NO. Hate to see that so close to us playing them I was looking forward to him hitting the court against the Pacers. Hate to say it but his NBA career maybe done unless there is an injury.
Obviously don't have the stats from the game but Kenny Anderson was on the trip with Rodman to North Korea and I'm assuming he got a little PT (I know I saw Vin Baker in a lot of the clips playing).
Not a former player, but I have had many debates with people on here about Kendall Marshall.
Last Five: 12.4 Points, 10.6 Assists, 46% shooting.
He still has a lot of work to do, but I knew this guy could play in the NBA. In fact, in the 6 games he has started in his career, he has averaged 13.8 APG.
Makes sense; it's a D'Antoni offense, and point guards tend to look their best in it.
Marshall made Darren Collison look like the best PG in the league out there, so many wide open shots, and easy plays. He can maybe make hollow stats on a bad team, but I doubt he'll ever be anything on a good team.
Leandro Barbosa is back with the Suns. Suns are my second favorite team this year will all the former Pacers.
Noticed Dahntay Jones was on NBA TV a few weeks ago too. Add him to the list of former Pacers who are working in studio on ESPN, NBATV etc now.
D.J., Miles and G. Green are all doing wonders for their new teams