Yves Pons posted a thank you note to Tennessee fans on social media on Friday afternoon and appears to be moving on with his basketball career. “I’ll always cherish my four great years at Tennessee,” Pons posted on Instagram and Twitter, “and I’m proud to be a Vol For Life!” Pons could have returned next season, using the free year of eligibility granted by the NCAA because of the coronavirus pandemic, but it was widely expected that he would move on to whatever is next in his career — the NBA, the NBA’s G-League or playing overseas.
June 22, 2021 | 3:44 pm EDT Update
Chris Kirschner: Nate McMillan said Bogdan Bogdanovic’s knee is sore and they don’t know about his availability yet. As always with this stuff, McMillan will likely say tomorrow how he’s a game-time decision.
Freshly debuted on Louis Vuitton’s website, the “Ball in Basket” bag looks just as you would expect. Letting the purse speak for itself, the brand’s website even puts it plainly: “It’s a basketball-shaped bag, inside a basketball net bag.” This basketball, however, is covered in LV’s signature monogram pattern and costs a cool $4,450.
Tristan Thompson appears to be headed for a legal win in his libel suit against the woman claiming he fathered her child … the court is leaning toward awarding him a chunk of cash. According to new legal docs, obtained by TMZ, the court says it’s leaning towards granting the NBA baller a nearly $53k default judgment against Kimberly Alexander.