Impressionable Youths

Earlier today, Shoals told a group of Brooklyn middle-schoolers that they should be into Anthony Randolph.

With any luck, this moment will redefine the book report and lead to the greatest 7th-grade science fair in the history of the world.

(H/T Trey)

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At 12/10/2008 6:44 PM, Blogger Mr. Six said...

Surely one of the Masters of the Klondike intends to bid on Darko's ripped jersey.

Let us know if we need to take up a collection to ensure that this crucial piece of memorabilia resides in the only collective hands that understand its true value.

At 12/10/2008 7:35 PM, Blogger Ben said...

The Suns fleeced the Bobcats.

Dudley alone would be worth the pick-up. Fills the Diaw role better than Diaw usually did.

At 12/10/2008 8:53 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I didn't think the Cats could move backwards. They did.

The Suns should be more fun to watch with J Rich finishing on the break.

At 12/10/2008 9:12 PM, Blogger Michael said...


A funny video from a Baron Davis affiliated website www.ibeatyou.com


At 12/11/2008 1:11 AM, Blogger O said...

anthony randolph is talented and all, but a bit too theatrical given he hasn't done anything yet.

yao ming was engrained with discipline before that kid was even born.

At 12/11/2008 1:59 AM, Blogger Nicholas said...

In the interest of context, yao went nuts after randolph taunted him (19 points on 100% shooting), including a dunk/mean-mug at randolph. As much as it's cool to talk about randolph, it's also important to commemorate the rare instances of genuinely pissed off Yao.

The video record:


At 12/11/2008 8:11 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am curious how Nellie responded to these events. Did he leave Randolph in there to get chewed up or did he pull him.

I have to admit, I am not a Yao guy at all. I am waiting for a consistantly dominate Yao to emerge and I have yet to see it. More of that fire might help.

At 12/11/2008 9:10 AM, Blogger T. said...

@W2 I think Yao has had huge stretches of dominance (last year right before he got hurt he was nightly 25 and 12, the year before - there was early season MVP talk). The question isn't consistent dominance - the question is consistent health.

Hopefully Ilgauskis is the model, not Walton.

At 12/11/2008 10:10 AM, Blogger Bethlehem Shoals said...

You know, people, I have been writing on Sporting News non-stop. Not quite the same, I know, but it's not like I haven't been weighing in AT ALL on these issues.

At 12/11/2008 12:13 PM, Blogger Nicholas said...

W2: Nellie didn't have much choice about how to respond--Biedrens and Turiaf both fouled out just moments after this, so Nellie had to go with Randolph to defend Yao, which, as you might guess, ended poorly for the wayward Anthony Randolph (see: my previous post).

Of course, this could have been Nelson's Bizzaro-Punishment of randolph..."you get a T for taunting Yao as a rookie, you have to guard him the rest of the game. And you're not allowed to front him! Taunt that!"

Actually, that's all myth--Nelson got ejected (before that, i believe), so it was pretty much anything goes.

At 12/11/2008 5:15 PM, Blogger Josh said...

Do we get no breakdown of your middle school trip?
Free Darko Cares?


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