Adrian Wojnarowski: Caron Butler has agreed to a two year deal with Kings, league source tells Yahoo.
November 29, 2015 | 11:24 am EST Update
At age 39, even Danny Green was impressed with Duncan’s rebound total, labeling him a superhero. Asked which one, Green responded: “If [Duncan] were to answer, he would probably say like ‘The Punisher’ or something. I’d probably say ‘Wolverine.’ He heals pretty fast. He doesn’t age.”
McCollum, who was five years old when Bryant was a rookie year in 1996, is part of a younger generation of NBA players that grew up watching Bryant win five NBA titles with the Lakers. Now that Bryant’s playing in what is perhaps his final season, McCollum wanted to make sure he let the Lakers star know he has been a major influence. “I’ve really just studied him since I was younger,” McCollum said. “I’ve watched a lot of film on him. I watch a lot of other guys … but just his mannerisms, his approach, postgame interviews and stuff. Just understanding his mentality. He has a killer mentality and there’s a reason why he’s been successful.”
Four sources independently comfirmed to the The Inquirer the 76ers center was pulled over on the Ben Franklin Bridge around three weeks ago for 108 miles-per-hour. Anything over 40MPH is considered reckless driving. This news come days after it was revealed that Okafor had been involved with two altercations while leaving nightclubs.
Dennis Rodman hired a company to retrieve a ton of his lost assets, but that company is now suing him for allegedly Worming out of paying up on a hefty tab. Assets International says it was hired to recover unclaimed property for Rodman in exchange for 30% of the property’s worth. Wouldn’t ya know it … the company says it found $96k for Dennis at the Michigan Department of Treasury’s Unclaimed Property Division.
November 29, 2015 | 8:48 am EST Update
Golden State Warriors head coach Luke Walton said today at the pregame press conference before the Warriors face the Sacramento Kings that Harrison Barnes, who sprained his left ankle in last night’s game at the Phoenix Suns, could be out on the order of weeks. “He’s being evaluated today. We haven’t gotten the results back yet,” Walton told reporters. “It’s all speculation. It could be a few weeks. It could be a week,” Walton added. “We’re not going to rush him back because we want to be healthy for later in the season and we don’t want lingering injures, so we’ll have him take his time.”
McGee does not look back fondly on his Washington years. “It was a real negative situation for me,” he said. “I’ve always been blessed to be able to go somewhere else positive. You definitely learn it’s a business. Even if it’s people ahead of you that’s playing that’s not better, they make more money than you, they’re going to play. It’s not anything personal.”