Earl Barron Signing With The Bucks Makes Me Wonder About The D-League
Rashad McCants thinks that he'll be able to fall back on his basketball career again because he's better than 95 percent of the players in the NBA.
Before we get to the recaps that I've been doing all week (even though the only thing getting hits is my post on Smush Parker getting fat), I'd like to unveil my All-Star picks since it sounds like the official picks will be released sometime soon.
I realize nobody has really thought about Smush Parker since he started 80 games for the Los Angeles Lakers during the 2006-07 season, but when HoopsHype posted the above pictures Parker on Twitter, I figured it was time to catch up with him once again.
Rashad McCants was supposed to use his time in the D-League to re-launch a once-promising NBA career but that didn't really work. No worries, though, because -- as you can see above -- his acting career is definitely going to make him rich!
Woodfox, a 6-foot-1 guard, has been quite the backup guard for Nancy Lieberman's Legends as he's averaging 12.7 points despite not starting any of his 21 games played so far this season.
Yesterday, Miami Heat rookie Dexter Pittman was re-assigned to the NBA D-League. Today, LeBron James and the rest of Pittman's teammates with the Heat talked to Fox Sports Florida's Chris Perkins about the loss of their favorite (and only) rookie.
Steve Francis has only been in China since December 14, but the former NBA semi-superstar made the most of his short career with the Beijing Shougang Ducks. Now, just one day after Christmas, Francis and the Ducks have apparently decided to mutually part ways according to NiuBBall.