Tracy McGrady is back in the NBA, multiple internet reports state that he will sign a deal with the San Antonio Spurs. McGrady who you would think is older than his 33 years of age is a seven-time All-Star, two-time All-NBA, with career averages of 19.6 ppg, 5.6 rebounds, and 4.4 assists. Since McGrady did not play with an NBA team this season, he will be elgible for the 2013 NBA playoffs.
Trieste (Italy) August 25 of 1985,Stefanel Trieste vs Juve Caserta, Nike exhibition game with Michael Jordan scores 30 points and shattering the backboard with a dunk producing courteous in the wrists to a player of the rival equipment, i recorded it in the year 1986 in a sports program of the Spanish television, i have published the video with the Italo disco song of 1985 :Moses-We Just (Our Revolution) I don't have the game and i don't know if somebody in the world, i believe that this game has not been televised, please if you know something about this game, you can see to Michael Jordan Shattering the backboard here:
I mean this video is like finding a burried treasure. Not one person that I spoke with today has EVER seen or even heard about the above video of Michael Jordan shattering a backboard during a Nike exibition game in Italy in 1985. This is everything we love about the early MJ, from the original Air Jordans, to the gold chain, to the sky-walking dunk that shatters the backboard. The video below is a highlight clip of Jordan from the game.
via Bar Stool Sports
When asked by Jim Rome how he would of reacted to the coaching actions of former Rutgers coach Mike Rice, Kobe Bryant replied "I would of smacked the hell out of him, no question about it." Kobe said tha even at the age of 18, he would of smacked the coach up, pointing out that "just a year later, I was going at it with Shaq." Kobe said the only person allowed to hit him was his "mom with a belt."
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Rick Pitino had a Saturday to remember as his Louisville Cardinals defeated Wichita State 72-68 to reach the NCAA title game, and the thoroughbred horse he has a stake in Goldencents won the $750,000 Santa Anita Derby over even-money favorite Flashback. Pitino owns 5 percent of Goldencents through the thoroughbred compnay he owns called RAP Racing.
Goldencents ran 1 1/8 miles in 1:48.76 on Saturday. He paid $15, $5.40 and $3.40 at 6-1 odds USA Today reported. Down the last stretch (video below), Flashback was in the lead, but Goldencents was able to pass the heavy favorite and win the race. Flashback finished second. Goldencents winning of the Santa Anita Derby means Pitino's horse has qualified for the Kentucky Derby.
Prior to racing Saturday, Goldencents had already won three of the five races that the colt has participated in. Goldencents, is named after majority owner Glenn Sorgenstein's goldencents.com website.
2013 Santa Anita Derby
Goldencents - Horse 5
via - USA Today & Courier-Journal
pic via - kentuckyderby.com