Based on this video of Andrei Kirilenko and Nenad Krstic doing the Macarena which was last seen dead in the north america dance grave beside the Lambada. In the year 2082, the “Dougie” will still be kicking @ss and taking names in Russia.
Isn’t that great news Cali Swag District?
The Boston Celtics acquired Serbian center Nenad Krstic in a trade with the Oklahoma Thunder on Thursday.
The Celtics sent center Kendrick Perkins and Nate Robinson to Oklahoma City in exchange for the 7-foot Krstic and Jeff Green. The Thunder also received a 2012 first-round draft pick and cash in the deal.
Krstic suffered a knee injury while playing with New Jersey in 2006 and spent the next two seasons playing in Russia before the Thunder acquired him in December 2008.
Krstic is averaging 7.6 points and 4.4 rebounds in 47 games this season.
The game between Greece and Serbia was supposed to be a friendly until things took a different direction and it ended in blows. With 2:40 to go in the game led by Greece 74-73, a fight broke out between Fotsis and Milos Teodosic from Serbia then things quickly escalated into a melee staring Nenad Kristic who was swinging at anything wearing a white jersey.
My favorite part of this video is when Kristic punches Sofoklis Schortsanitis from behind then runs away when Schortsanitis turns around to end him. All of a sudden Kristic is done with being a tough guy and tries to throw a chair at Sofo who weights 370 lbs as he back peddles.
Kristic ended up hitting another Greek player with the chair meant for Sofo and for his efforts he spend the night in jail. If these two countries meet up in the basketball world championships in Turkey, get your popcorn ready.
Immediately after reading this news about Nenad Krstic heading back to the NBA to play with the Oklahoma City Thunder I was thinking, could Russia be that bad???
According to theÂ Newark Star-Ledger,Â Nenad Krstic received an offer sheet this morning from Oklahoma City valued at $15.58M over three years, starting with $4.78 million for the first year but come on man, it Oklahoma City. Â Now I’m not saying that thinks won’t get better in OKC but, if your gonna uproot yourself from Russia because you want to complete, the re-expansion Thunder in Oklahoma is the last place you want to be right now.
But maybe Krstic is allergic to Vodka and hot Russian women.
“I feel lost,” Nenad Krstic said. “Confused. I don’t know really what to do right now to get really back.” Krstic has done a poor impression of the player who shot over 50 percent in his first two-plus seasons. With his conditioning lagging, his reaction time increasing, his numbers plunging, Krstic said he realizes he has a long way to go following surgery for a torn left ACL.