Brian Scalabrine: The real story is Leon Powe did not …

Brian Scalabrine: The real story is Leon Powe did not run back on defense. Leon Powe stopped short. He was supposed to run back and Doc blamed Big Baby. So when Doc blamed Big Baby and Big Baby started crying, KG came in to support him. Glen Davis: KG, he made me feel. He was just like, “Man, we go out the fucking game, ya’ll got to seal the game for us. We are depending on y’all to help us get through this.” He made me feel how important every moment was. That’s what that was. I was more upset about the moment of not fulfilling my duty for my teammate. The way he spoke, how passionate he was? It made me tear up. I was mad. Mad at myself and everybody. Brian Scalabrine: The way he acted, the way he talked to people, the respect. He wanted everyone to succeed. He wanted everyone to make the same $500 million that he was making. It’s amazing.
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August 8, 2022 | 8:04 pm EDT Update
The NBA informed teams Monday that players still need to have either received a primary course of a COVID-19 vaccine or been given a medical clearance from getting one in order to play games in Canada, according to a league memo obtained by ESPN. The memo also states that, should players be ineligible to play in games in Canada, teams must list them as, “Out – Health and Safety Protocols,” and that they will lose their pay for any games missed due to not being vaccinated.
This season, the Raptors will play at least 44 games in Canada: preseason games in Edmonton against the Utah Jazz; Montreal against the Boston Celtics; and Toronto against the Chicago Bulls; plus their typical 41 regular-season home games at Scotiabank Arena and any additional playoff games. The same rules apply both to going to Canada to play in a game, as well as for entering the United States. Anyone playing for the Raptors, therefore, would have to be vaccinated in order to play in any game this season. Last season, the Raptors were fully vaccinated.
A few of Fox’s peers also attended the wedding including Sacramento Kings general manager Monte McNair and Boston Celtics star Jayson Tatum. Former Kentucky Wildcats Bam Adebayo and Wenyen Gabriel, who was also Fox’s teammate in Sacramento, attended the wedding. Adebayo and Gabriel were two of the groomsmen at the ceremony.