How can you not like a Landry Fields highlight mix of his rookie season with “Return of Simba” by J.Cole as the soundtrack?
Even more footage of LeBron James reeking unpaid damage during the lockout, to unsuspecting rims in small gymnasiums across America.
“This is a very difficult and painful day,” Brandon Roy said in a statement released by the team regarding his retirement. “I love the game, I love the Portland Trail Blazers and I love our fans, but after consulting with my doctors, I will seek a determination that I’ve suffered a career ending injury, pursuant to the rules of the collective bargaining agreement.
“My family and health are most important to me and in the end this decision was about them and my quality of life. I want to thank Paul Allen, Larry Miller, Coach McMillan, the entire Trail Blazers organization and our fans for all of their love and support during my time in Portland. It was a great ride.”
Thanks for all the great memories Brandon Roy!
“Roy is probably the best player I’ve played against. To me he is the best shooting guard. Not on defense now, defense is kind of suspect. He’s the best player I’ve played against, outside from a guy from my hood in Queensbridge. A guy named Mike Chafley. He went to jail a couple of years when he was 15 or 16 years old, but he was the best player I played against, and now it’s Roy.” – Ron Artest
CP3 didn’t play in a bunch of exhibition games this past summer, but when he did. Not even David Stern could stop him…