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Bonzi Wells
Bonzi Wells
Position: None
Born: 09/20/76
Height: 6-5 / 1.96
Weight:212 lbs. / 96.6 kg.
Talent committed to the BIG3 include: Allen Iverson, Chauncey Billups, Gary Payton, Kenyon Martin, Stephen Jackson, Jermaine O’Neal, Rashard Lewis, Jason Williams, Bonzi Wells, Mike Bibby, George “The Iceman” Gervin, Ricky Davis, Al Harrington, Rick Barry, Rick Mahorn, Clyde Drexler, Kenny Anderson, Jamario Moon, Smush Parker, Ruben Patterson and Etan Thomas. Payton, Gervin, Barry, Mahorn and Drexler will serve as coaches, with Iverson serving as a player/coach – the rest are confirmed to play.
2 weeks ago via BIG3
Players who will suit up include Allen Iverson, Chauncey Billups, Kenyon Martin, Stephen Jackson, Jermaine O’Neal, Rashard Lewis, Jason “White Chocolate” Williams, Mike Bibby, Bonzi Wells, Al Harrington and Ricky Davis. George “The Iceman” Gervin and Gary Payton will serve as coaches (and Iverson has confirmed that he’ll be a player/coach). Sources say that the league is currently pursuing other big-name additions who would make headlines (like the Iverson signing did). The league held a press conference announcing Iverson’s decision to join the BIG3 and then went on a subsequent press tour.
Q: Who is your favorite Blazer great? Mason Plumlee: “I really liked the team that went to the Western Conference Finals (in 2000). I don’t know if there was any one player. The Rasheed (Wallace), Bonzi (Wells) team. Bonzi Wells played at Ball State, so I kind of liked him. I don’t know if he’s one of the great Blazers. (smiles) But I like that he was from Indiana. Zach Randolph, too.”
Ten days later, Wells said, he had been playing basketball with current Ball State players at Worthen Arena and, as was his routine, was saying hello to old friends in BSU athletic offices — where he encountered Rasul Shabazz. “I was surprised as anyone,” Wells said. “I wasn’t prepared to see him.” Wells said when they suddenly found themselves in the same office, Shabazz shouted, then shoved a female employee in his direction. The NBA veteran said when he saw Shabazz reach into his pocket, “I reacted the way I was supposed to react.” Wells said he gained possession of the knife, and “we had an altercation.” “I restrained him, took the knife from him, and told him, ‘Hey, I just want an apology from you.’” With that, Wells said, Shabazz apologized to the basketball player’s son.