Vince Carter: The high-flying dunker once known as “Half-Man, Half-Amazing” is 34-years-old and his NBA days are numbered. He’s playing 28 minutes a night and scoring 14 points per game, but at $17 million, that’s not exactly a great deal for the Suns. Phoenix obviously won’t pick up his $18 million salary for next season, so he’ll probably have to settle for a small contract from a contender who wants a veteran presence. If that doesn’t work out, there’s always bowling. He claims to have a 172 average. “I’m not one for the leisure bowling, like the Lucky Strike bowling to go have drinks and fun. I go to bowl. I can go by myself … I can go there and bowl [for hours] by myself … That’s something I’d probably like to try to do once I’m done playing.” [Republic]
Kyle Field is hardly a fortress.
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So the graphics and next-level stats begin.
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Talk radio callers are crazy in any country.
Travis Rudolph and some other Florida State Seminoles visited Montford Middle School in Tallahassee this week. During lunch (…)
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The hashtag #VeteransForKaepernick exploded on Twitter Tuesday night.
Teddy Bridgewater has a torn ACL and a dislocated left knee.
The San Diego Chargers will be hosting a Salute to the Military Thursday night with Colin Kaepernick and the 49ers in town.
Never seen anything quite like that.