2010 Summer League Rosters: Orlando Magic
July 10th, 2010
This post is a bit late, considering the Magic have played their games. However, the site’s outages just before free agency started set us back a bit, and then obviously free agency itself kind of blew the cock off the whole thing. Sorry about that.
Since I’d already started it, we’ll do it anyway.
It’s hard for a 6’7 power forward to make it in the NBA. You have to be pretty exceptional at something to do it. …
Where Are They Now, 2010; Part 15
January 25th, 2010
Am I the only person who thinks that Danilo Gallinari, when he’s spiked his hair up, looks a bit like Butthead? Probably.
– T.J. Cummings
Cummings was drafted by the Idaho Stampede in the fourth round of this year’s D-League Draft, but was released before the season started without so much as a line on the D-League’s transactions page. (They’ve got to tighten this up, really. It happens a lot, and makes it hard for those of us …
2009 NBA Summer League round-up: Toronto Raptors
July 25th, 2009
– Paul Davis: Davis was waived by the Clippers to save some money, after being brought back for no obvious reason. Strangely, he didn’t sign anywhere after that, but he did appear on Millionaire Matchmaker, where it was determined that he showed an “immature” attitude towards sex. But he did win the heart of one spectacularly energetic pseudo-blonde:
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These. These are the things we must know.
– DeMar Derozan: The …
Where Are They Now, 2009; Part 12
January 15th, 2009
– Michael Curry is now the Detroit Pistons head coach. You knew this already, but an obsessive-compulsive love of consistency made me say this anyway.
– JamesOn Curry signed with Pau Orthez in France, but left before the season started. I don’t know why, but he hasn’t signed anywhere since, so it’s probably injury related. That is entirely speculative, though.
– Stephen Curry is a draft prospect, who is single-handedly taking Davidson from being a decent to good …
30 teams in 36 or so days: L.A. Clippers
September 9th, 2007
This is the first of 30 instalments that will serve the dual purpose of being both offseason recaps and poorly thought-out predictions for next season, for all 30 NBA teams. These will be done in an order: that order is the order that I choose to do them in. There won’t be an alphabetical approach, nor one based on standings. They’ll be truly random. Randomness is the future.
Players acquired via free agency or trade:
Brevin Knight (two years,