You mean, that idiot is still there?With this madness going on, can Isiah be far behind?
Not all of the individual stats are very impressive (some are actually pretty disappointing) but still seeing 16 former Duke players making it in the nba box scores is pretty impressive: http://huckleberry.mhc.edu/devilStats.html
Edit: A few of the Dukies came to play though (namely Irving and Dunleavy)
You want impressive stats?
Elton Brand $143.2
Grant Hill $140.9
Carlos Boozer $99.0
Corey Maggette $78.2
Mike Dunleavy $63.3
Luol Deng $54.0
Shane Battier $50.2
Chris Duhon $27.8
JJ Redick $22.9
Dahntey Jones $14.7
Shelden Williams $12.1
Gerald Henderson $6.2
Josh McRoberts $5.8
Kyrie Irving $5.1
Nolan Smith $1.3
Lance Thomas $0.3
Total $725 Million
Cleveland sends off their backup point guard, clearly feeling that they're set at PG with Kyrie. They get back a first round pick and Luke Walton. Lakers also get little-known Christian Eyenga. Not sure what Walton's health status is, but it seems like a pretty good trade for everyone involved.
Portland acquired another guard for Nolan to compete with, Johnny Flynn. They traded Camby to the Rockets for Flynn and a 2nd rd pick. Apparently another deal is in the works that would send G.Wallace to the Nets for Okur, Shawne Williams, and a future 1st rd pick. Maybe there is 3rd deal in the works, otherwise the Blazers look a lot smaller now.
"With seven national titles and 20 Final Fours in the 64-team NCAA Tournament era, Duke and UNC have had more playoff success than any other CONFERENCE." - Al Featherston
Those were the career earnings including this years contracts. Here is the current contracts for each player...
I must have missed the story on his trade. But he is now in LA and was leading scorer against Golden State the other night.
Well, as the good Congressmen say, I would like to revise and extend my remarks: "This post is a bump."
I found this Battier tweet interesting and enlightening. Amazing what can be said in 140 characters or less
Shane Battier @ShaneBattier
Nope. Love the game. Don't love it's players. RT @Nevertrusther: @ShaneBattier you going to coach when you retire from the nba
I just noticed that Lance started both last night and Saturday night. Both games were losses, but that's pretty sweet...going from the D-League to a starting spot on an NBA roster in one season.