Subject: Daily Blurb - June 22, 2010|
Posted by: Guru
-  Tue, Jun 22, 2010, 11:21
Quote of the day
"[Manute Bol] never forgot about the Sudan. He would talk to us about it all the time. ... The world is not a better place today; It's worse because we don't have Manute Bol." -- Charles Barkley, NBA analyst and former teammate of Manute Bol (1962-2010)
Slow sports day.
Rumors are floating that the Hornets are making Chris Paul available, and that any team landing Chris Paul has a leg up in signing LeBron as well. Interesting to think about, but probably nothing will happen.
Someone pointed out yesterday that although Roy Halladayís next start is listed as being in Toronto, the 3-game series will actually be played in Philadelphia. You may recall last monthís announcement that the series is moving due to security concerns in Toronto, where the G20 summit will be taking place. This will still be considered a home game for the Blue Jays; the DH will be used, and the Blue Jays will bat last. But Halladay wonít be pitching in front of his former home crowd.
Iíll be vacationing in Ohio for the rest of this week, so Iíll probably not be posting any more blurbs until next week. As always, stats will continue to be updated. Enjoy the rest of the week.
|1||Bond, James Bond |
Tue, Jun 22, 2010, 14:49
The Hornets would be idiots to get rid of Paul. In fact, since they already have him, does it mean that they have the best chance at landing LeBron? I could see LeBron down in the French Quarter. With LeBron, Paul and David West, I'd kinda like that.
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