I’m petty but I smile thinking about the *possibility* of Ayo and Kofi coming back and us having a killer season and Alan sits and watches.
Wow. I always hated that nickname until reading this. I had missed this entirely back then. That’s awesome. Thanks for sharing.IDKWTI
The top shooting guard in the country, Gordon, a senior at nearby North Central High School, revealed he will take his talents to rival Indiana, instead.
Williams, a prodigal second-year point guard for the Utah Jazz, plays basketball like he knows what will happen before it does. In a bustling hotel lobby, Williams acted as though he knew the question was coming, too: What are your thoughts on the Eric Gordon situation?
'I don't know who that is,' Williams said bluntly. The former Illini star wasn't smiling. He didn't flinch but glared straight ahead. And he waited for the next topic.
And when a reporter pressed the issue, Williams said again, 'I don't know who that is.'
Memory Lane: Dee & Deron weigh in
By Paul Klee firstname.lastname@example.org Feb 8, 2012
I want them both to be very successful in their next chapter. AG gave us alot of memories and I consider him a big part of our turnaround this year. Tevian gave us a great memory at MSG last year and I hope he learned from the tough love he received the last 2 years.
Looks like a solid guy for us to go after. A forward will have a decent path to playing time next year.
26.3 3 pt %. Isn’t impressive although 48% shooting OK. Guess it depends on where they think Grandison, BBV, and Coleman are. Would add depth but don’t think he is a game changer like Foster would be.
He's a darn good defender and rebounder. He averaged double-digits last year for Indiana. He would be a very solid addition. If he shot 40% from 3 he would be averaging 16 ppg and would be Indiana's #1 option.26.3 3 pt %. Isn’t impressive although 48% shooting OK. Guess it depends on where they think Grandison, BBV, and Coleman are. Would add depth but don’t think he is a game changer like Foster would be.