If you didn’t wake up early enough to see Condi Rice and the Commission on College Basketball’s recommendations, you did not miss much. Allow Mrs. Tyler to fill you in:
Their biggest suggested rule change is a rule they do not control, the one-and-done. It’s an NBA rule, not an NCAA rule. The alternatives are stupid, as is most of this morning’s news.
Wob — A new episode of The Aaron Torres Sports Podcast is dropping soon featuring the best Tweeter in all of NBA Twitter. If you don’t know Wob, he shares videos like this one:
BLEDSOE VS. ROZIER ??? pic.twitter.com/m0O9pJS7M1
— R?b Perez (@World_Wide_Wob) April 25, 2018
The Bucks lost to Boston to fall behind 3-2 in the series and the Warriors won to advance to the second round where they’ll see Anthony Davis and the New Orleans Pelicans.
Meek is Free — Philadelphia celebrated by flying Meek Mill to the arena to see the Sixers win their first playoff series since 2012. The Process has successfully been Trusted.
Tonight’s Playoff Schedule
- 7:00 — Wizards at Raptors on NBATV (Series tied 2-2)
- 7:00 — Pacers at Cavaliers on TNT (Series tied 2-2)
- 9:30 — Timberwolves at Rockets (HOU leads 3-1)
Jaylin Bannerman to JUCO — The former Kentucky defensive lineman will join fellow UK transfer, safety Tobias Gilliam, at Arizona Western Junior College.
Bromley’s First Pitch — The recently retired WKYT sportscaster appears to be the Reds’ secret weapon. Last night’s game started with a first pitch from Rob Bromley and ended with a walk-off homerun in the 12th inning from Scooter Gennett.
This Scooter gets some big-time air. ???? pic.twitter.com/Dy4oXgCH3x
— Cincinnati Reds (@Reds) April 25, 2018
Super Troopers 2 — After checking out the sequel, I’ll tell you to enter the theater with expectations of any comedy sequel that’s made a decade later. There were a handful of moments that made me laugh, Farva is still a wonderful character, but you cannot call it a “great” movie.
Waterfront Wednesday — Tonight’s free concert at the Waterfront is ushering in a wave of good weather in the Derby City over the next week. Will it hold the rain off until May 5? Fingers crossed.