Like many people, Bill Simmons needs to see Greg Oden play with a healthy wrist before making a judgement on his potential. He does give an interesting comparison, as he exlains how Oden reminds him of Robert Parrish.
Bill Simmons asks some tough questions about LeBron.
LeBron can quiet Simmons and all of his critics with a great performance in the playoffs, but there is no doubt he needs to step things up. His recent play does not match the hype.
Consensus seems to be building that the Browns will take Peterson with the #3 pick. Scouts, Inc. at ESPN.com (subscription required) just released its latest mock draft and they also slotted Peterson to the Browns, though they acknowledge he has some durability issues. They have Brady Quinn droping to the Texans at #8. I hope the Browns aren’t thinking of taking him.
Tony Grossi appeared on Les Levine’s show and insisted the Browns would not be taking Quinn, and that he also expected the to take Peterson at this point.
I think the pick would make sense. A stud running back can help the offense right away.
LeBron finally became more aggressive, and he scored 38 points to lead the Cavs over the Lakers. Maybe he took notice of how Larry Hughes got agressive the night before.
It was a nice win and sent them into the All-Star break n a high note. At 31-22 they are in second place in the Eastern Conference.
Relief pitcher Keith Foulke has retired without throwing a single pitch for the Tribe.
Sound familiar? Will sports fans in this town ever catch a break?
After the fiasco in the National Championship game, most Buckeye fans were not pleases to hear that the football recruiting class only ranked in the mid-teens while schools like USC and Florida were at the top of the rankings.
That said, it was still a very solid class, and the following article will make you feel better. Bottom line – it’s very hard to predict which recruits will excel, and many of Ohio State’s best players over the past five years wer three-star recruits.