Quentin RIchardson has spent the majority of the summer traveling ... from one team to another. Richardson has been traded, yet again, for the third time this summer. His summer journey has seen Q go from the New York Knicks to Memphis and then from Memphis to the L.A. Clippers.
On Monday, Richardson was traded by the Clippers to Minnesota T-wolves in a 3 player deal. The T-Wolves get Richardson and the Clippers receive Sebastian Telfar, Craig Smith and Mark Madsen. I didn't even know Mark Madsen was still in the league. All I remember is the "Mad-Dog" dance.
Peyton is the man..
Mike Vick is officially back on the street. Sure his punishment was unfair and ridiculous by nature, but the man is still a dog-hating felon. As a recent purchaser of a brand new boxer pup, I've come to understand why people were so hard on the dog beater!
However, putting all personal vendettas aside, its time Vick makes his return to the league and showcases that unbelievable athleticism that made him the NFL's most popular player. Goodell needs to make the logical decision and let the man earn a living with his God-given talents.
So, I say it's time to free Mike. Let the man play ball, not work some dirty ass construction job with Pablo and Javier down on the eastern coast of Virginia. Join in on the comments section and let us know what your thoughts are on Mike's possible return to the NFL?
Is it a Yay? or a Nay?
Steve Kerr has attempted to resurrect a relationship with his fan base in the Valley of the Sun by inking Steve Nash to a two-year contract extension worth about 20 million.
The two-time MVP helped restore a competitive nature and brought a flash and dash style to a team that was slipping into mediocrity. The Suns, after Nash's signing, quickly became one of the most popular franchises in the NBA due to their up and down pace and bringing high-scoring offenses back to the forefront.
Hopefully Kerr realizes what he has in Nash and lets this team attempt to play to the best of its abilities instead of turning them into a poor-man's version of the San Antonio Spurs. If, and thats a big if, they resign Amare to go along side Nash, the Suns still have the ability to be a competitive team in the Western Conference.
Shaquille O'Neal is apparently filming a show for ABC in the near future that will pit him against stars of other sports in their own sport. Shaq has the charisma to entertain me for an hour show unlike T.O., who is just annoying. Who doesn't want to see Shaq have a quarterback challenge with Ben Rothlisberger? Or Shaq swimming against 124 time gold medal winner Michael Phelps?
The premise of the show will consist of interviews, arguing what type of handicap O'Neal will recieve, and the actual event itself. Shaq obviously has no chance at winning any of these competitions unless he faces off with some type of professional dancer. Shaq could probably give someone like Michael Flatley (Lord of the Dance) a run for their money especially if Shaq is allowed to bring along fellow teammates Danny Green and Lebron.
This show should be entertaining at the least and if I had to choose between this and the new T.O. reality series coming on VH1, then give me the Big Aristotle any day of the week.