^^ Possible that mine is too.
Just sayin' .............
Indystar reported today that he is not close to being ready to play
I hate mixed reports.
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Has there ever been a player who's been paid more to play less. (I'm sure there is, but still). At what point is it really not worth it to try to get him acclaimated for a playoff run? Lastly, he's not playing here, but at least he won't be playing in Miami either.
Gilbert Arenas is still getting paid to play.
Not the most encouraging news on Bynum, either. Almost makes you wonder if we should put LaVoy Allen on the playoff roster instead.
Bobby Bonilla is still getting paid by the way...
*****ing Mets. LOLHowever, instead of paying him a lump sum of the $5.9 million they owed him, they decided to defer payment on the contract until 2011, and then pay him over a million a year for 25 years, assuming an interest rate of 8 percent.
The entire draft. Love the picks of Turner, Young and trading for Christmas.
Signing Glen Robinson III
Trading for Budinger
Signing Monta Ellis
Signing Jordan Hill (not for the player, but for his deal)
Re-signing Stuckey and Allen
I think this is the link for the Star article referenced earlier (#754). It doesn't say anything that conflicts with Bruno's blog.
Andrew Bynum practiced three-on-three Thursday, and Vogel said he was optimistic the 7-foot center would be ready to play soon. Soon doesn't mean a week from now, the coach said.
Thank you Andrew for that influence on Ian Mahinmi
So is there a source saying he's 'not close to being ready to play' as UB put it, or was that just UB's read on the above snippet from the Star? Because if it's the latter, I'm still mostly encouraged that he'll probably be playing in a week or two.
Kravitz and Bruno were both on with Dan and both if I remember correctly said their sourcres said the same thing
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Assuming it's true that Vogel made those comments, I'll take his comments over any other source.
Vogel always made it sound like Danny was weeks/months away, too.
I thought Granger would feel fine before his knee would start bothering him randomly and that's why it took him so long to get back into shape? Or maybe I'm just thinking of last season.
I'm just curious how he went to the point from playing consistently with the Cavs to being so far away from playing. Did he get hurt before the Cavs ended up releasing him?
Always easier to tell people it's going to be a while, and bringing players back early, than it is to give people a date and then miss it.
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Larry Bird: Yeah, patience.