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–John Calipari was one of the various athletic celebrities who spoke in Uniondale, New York about the aging Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum. “You’ve got some excitement in your future,” said Calipari to the fans in attendance after learning of the proposed $229 Million renovation plan to the 41-year old Long Island arena.
-According to multiple reports, there were rumors that the Celtics were entertaining offers for the trade of their point guard, Rajon Rondo. How much credibility did these rumors have? Not much. “Boston never seriously entertained dealing their flighty point guard. Rumored talks with Detroit were ‘overblown,’ and Rondo does not want out of Boston.”
-After being traded to Milwaukee from Detroit, there’s been some debate as to whether or not Brandon Knight can be a true NBA point guard. Head coach of the Milwaukee Bucks, Larry Drew, doesn’t know where this discussion even came from. “He’s a point guard that has the ability to score, and that’s a big, big luxury.”
-After falling to 6th overall in this year’s NBA Draft, Nerlens Noel has stated that he will make the teams who passed on him regret their decisions. He has a lot of work and rehab ahead of him, but his work-ethic and defensive prowess will eventually shine through. Liberty Ballers, the 76ers’ SB Nation site, agrees that Noel can shine in the future when they broke down everything about his game.
-With football just two short weeks away, every blog and its mother is previewing the up-coming season. Lindy’s Sports happens to be one of these publications previewing the football season, and they just released their prospectus for Mark Stoops’ Wildcats.