Twenty years ago, political activist, humanitarian and former NBA center Manute Bol was accused of being an American spy and was blocked by his native Sudanese government from escaping to the United States. Four years later, the 7-foot-6-inch Bol and his family, which included his young son Bol Bol, moved to America as designated political refugees. Bol said his father cared more about others than he did himself.
May 5, 2021 | 10:01 pm EDT Update
Sean Cunningham: Looked as if Greg Foster’s anger was directed at Goga Bitadze, but he was partially restrained by members of the staff. Really bad look over there
Scott Agness: After watching it back several times, it’s also clear Foster’s public eruption bothered Jeremy Lamb and Domantas Sabonis too. They didn’t like it. The masks hide whatever was said. Some tough love is good, if warranted. But it’s too late.
Casey Holdahl: Blazers 141, Cavs 105: FINAL. POR ends 6-game trip 5-1. 32 points, 9 assists for @Damian Lillard. 18 points, 13 rebounds for @Enes Kanter. 16 points, 5 rebounds for @Carmelo Anthony. 15 points, 11 rebounds, 4 blocks for @Jusuf Nurkic.
Jay Allen: The #Blazers scored 141 points tonight vs. the Cavs. The last time Portland scored 140 points in a regulation game was January 26, 1993. Portland beat Golden State 143-133 in that game. #RipCity
Chris Grenham: Evan Fournier: “My No. 1 priority in life right now is feeling better. Once I feel better, I’m very motivated to show everyone what I can do and how I can help this team. … I’ll show you guys how hungry I am to play well for this team.”