A post by Jordan
The NBA preseason took off a few days ago, there were 4 Terps and a bonus in the league to watch for:
By Jordan Viener – Recently I’ve been hearing some variation of the question “what is going on with Alex Len?” Many Terp fans know his contract expired at the end of last season, yet we’ve heard little to no news on the situation. So after quite a bit of research … Read More »
This pretty much assures he will have a good tryout through training camp.The Wolves have added Jimmy Butler and Jeff Teague so Melo has his work cut out for him. GO WOLVES!!!!
Former Terps Center Diamond Stone was waived by the Atlanta Hawks today. The 20 year old was expected by many to have a real chance to contribute with the rebuilding Hawks this season, but the team’s depth at the center position (Dwayne Dedmon, Mike Muscala, and Miles Plumlee) was apparently … Read More »
The Golden State Warriors are bringing the personal seat license to the NBA.
Officials with the defending NBA champions acknowledged Wednesday that to get season tickets at the team’s new privately financed $1 billion Chase Center, which is slated to open in 2019, fans will have to pay a … Read More »
Lonzo Ball continues to improve—36 points on 12-22 shooting, 8 rebounds, 11 assists, 5 steals, 2 Blocks
Robert Carter, Jr 7-14 16 points, 10 rebounds, 3 assists
jake Layman 8-18 22 points 7 rebounds 3 assists 3 steals
Melo—-0 points in 6 minutes
Aaron Harrison 0 points 8 minutes
KD was spectacular last night and desrved tourney MVP but Le Bron was stupendous. 14 years in the NBA and LeBron seemingly is getting better. No quit in the King. The effort by the Cavs Friday night might have been the best game I have ever seen an NBA team … Read More »
It’s the greatest show on earth.
KD will be Series MVP when the Warriors close out Cleveland
LeBron had 39 and Kylie 38 in defeat.
Nice effort (by 2017 standards) by Tillman wasted as O’s lose to Chris Sale & Boston 7-3
O’s are 29-26 with 1/3 of the season completed
Jason Dufner rallies to win $1.6 million and the Memorial
Warriors slowly pull away from Cavs 132-113 and go up 2-0 in NBA Championship