Following the incident, Irving said players can be treated like they’re in “a human zoo.” He also condemned the fan’s actions. “Throwing stuff at people, saying things. There’s a certain point where it gets to be too much,” said Irving. “You see people just feel very entitled out here. … As a Black man playing in the NBA, dealing with a lot of this stuff, it’s fairly difficult. You never know what’s going to happen.”
July 2, 2022 | 12:32 am EDT Update
The LAPD posted on Twitter that Bridges was arrested for “intimate partner violence with injury,” a felony, on Wednesday following an incident two days earlier in West Los Angeles, and he was booked on a felony domestic violence warrant. He was released on $130,000 bond and has a July 20 court date. The LAPD said it does not release police reports on domestic violence arrests.
Lee K. Howard: Tyler Ulis (@tulis3) returned to Lexington this week to host a skills camp. The former @KentuckyMBB All-American hasn’t walked in 5 months as he recovers from a serious car accident.
July 1, 2022 | 11:32 pm EDT Update
Justin Jackson scored 26 points, Langston Galloway added 18 and the U.S. men’s basketball team took another step toward qualifying for next year’s World Cup by topping Puerto Rico 83-75 on Friday night. John Jenkins scored 13 for the Americans, who improved to 4-1 in World Cup qualifying from the FIBA Americas region.
Tim Reynolds: Pelicans’ Jose Alvarado after Puerto Rico lost to the USA tonight: “Regardless of the outcome, this is a special moment in my life, for my family and the guys that have the jersey on with me. We’re making memories, we’re growing together and we’ve got a country on our side.”
Jim Owczarski: #Bucks video coordinator Nick Kellogg announced he’s headed to Columbus, Ohio to work as a special asst. with Chris Holtmann on the Ohio State #Buckeyes staff. Mike Budenholzer’s coaching & support staff continues to undergo changes this offseason.