Also, on another tangent, talk about a guy who is really experiencing a wide cross-section of the country through basketball: California, New Hampshire, Iowa, New Orleans--could those 4 places be any more different from each other?
The RAG pointed this out too. Itís a little disconcerting, however, when a writer doesnít know the difference between ironic and coincidental. I guess this forum is well aware of that paper's shortcomings!
Congrats to Craig, and even to that other guy Boy, we shoulda been good!
Assuming that Paul sticks around, which isn't looking terribly likely. Unfortunately I think he got drafted into a big re-building situation. Not Clippers bad, but not great.
I think you are wrong. It looks very likely that CP3 will be staying in N.O. and when he is healthy he is generally regarded as one of the 5 best players in the entire league. The reason the Hornets were down last year was because CP3 was injured and missed a lot of the season.
Gary Chouest is in the process of buying the N.O. Hornets from George Shinn and he is on record as absolutely wanting to keep CP3.
Last edited by cyclonenum1; 06-25-2010 at 11:35 AM.
I cheer for two teams, Iowa State and whoever is playing the hawkeyes.
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