I'm pulling for the guy. I love to see people reach their potential. It seems like everything is lining up for him to have an opportunity at doing so.
People who want to hold super long conversations first thing in the morning at work.
Anderson Paak "Malibu" is really good.
I'm all over this! The initial list of games is pretty good. Hopefully they do something where you can download additional games at a later date.
With him being the Vice President of the Player's Association I think he has to set the tone as far as players getting close to what they are actually "worth". He couldn't keep taking paycuts (small by millionaire standards) to win or whatever because it would make it harder for the "working class" NBA guys to get paid more money. This way all of them can get the most money available as well as stick it to the owners who have no choice but to pay them.
They should've put Kenneth Faried on the team instead of Harrison Barnes. You need an energy guy who can come off the bench to grab boards, defend, and flat out hustle. The scoring is covered by Melo, KD, George, Klay, Kyrie, etc.
I say start Richard Jefferson. He and LeBron can guard Green and Barnes. Love had no chance guarding either one of those guys. I know he's older but he can still be reasonably effective on both ends. Plus if you force a switch with him on one of the Splash Brothers he has a better chance than Love had at guarding them.
Nice subtle nod to Slim Charles in that second paragraph D.J.!
It really was. The popular narrative is that it's one of the worst but I think it's one of the best. It ties everything together.
For me it's The Wire. If anyone is thinking about jumping in on that, please start from Season 1 and don't get discouraged by Season 2's slower pace. Keep going, it will pay off!
I agree. Their blue jersey might be the most under utilized jersey in the NFL.
Michael Jordan. He did everything well. I wish I could've seen him in person. I have seen LeBron in person and I will say that those cross court passes he throws, amongst other stuff he does, look damn ridiculous in person. His speed is really crazy. He's not number 1 in my book but he's close. I saw Durant drop 42 in person also. It was so smooth that it looked like 22. Him shooting 3's looked like anyone else shooting free throws. He's not up there but it was great to see him play.
I was not familiar with Dru Humphrey at all before this story. This is another excellent piece to add to the 11W legacy. Please do more longform stories such as this one!!!
I damn near cry every time Benji's 30 for 30 pops up on the TV. This story is very similar like you said.
Thank you very much! It's been a pleasure to be around here and I will be around going forward. It's part of my daily routine. I liked the Bucks before he came here but now I love em!!
Thank you and I will definitely let him know how proud everyone is of him. I really appreciate the support and I know he does as well. A bunch of people who spoke with him told him the same thing that you are saying. Our stuff just wasn't broadcasted all over the place. It feels great to know that people understand that mistakes can happen to anybody. It's all about what you do afterwards. Thanks for sticking by him!
Hahaha!!!! Thank you very much man!!
No prob! That's exactly where it is. I would say it's been there for maybe 10 years so you're right about it not being there. That whole area is different now. UC has a hospital and medical building over there now too.
Thank you! It was in Cincinnati at Entertrainment Junction. They have party rooms, a very nice train exhibit, a mirror maze, and a play area for the kids.
Hahahaha!!!!! He might have a few years!!!
Absolutely, I couldn't have said that better myself! That message has been and will continue to be hammered in man. He has to keep his circle tight. I'm sure he will.
He is my nephew, my oldest sister's son. We as a family call him Lil' Dee....if you see his dad you will know why !
I will definitely pass that message along...thanks again man!!
Thank you very much!