Above: Jayson Werth is back to being "this cool".
Kyle and I tag-teamed this. The post, that is.
Jayson Werth spoke with the media today at Nationals camp. David Murphy of the Philadelphia Daily News blog High Cheese has the transcript. You can see it all by clicking on the link, but here are a couple of noteworthy snippets you may find interesting.
Get your full dose of Werth-douchyness at Crossing Broad.
“I’m fallin’ apart here, man!”
In October, Allen Iverson signed a two-year, $4 million deal with a Turkish basketball team after no NBA squad was willing to take a chance on him. It was an opportunity for the former Sixer to put himself in a better situation professionally, personally, and financially.
Yet every time we’ve heard his name since, it’s been in a negative light… and the news continues to worsen. It began with a leg injury that forced him to return home to United States for potential leg surgery.
After visiting Dr. James Andrews in Brimingham in the beginning of the month, Iverson found out he wouldn’t need surgery, Instead, he had to rest for the next six to eight weeks before returning to his team for the playoffs.
Seems pretty simple…. take the free time to rest up and get back to work, right?
Not so much. A series of tweets compliled by Sports by Brooks this weekend tells us exactly what AI has been up to. He hasn’t been resting, that’s for sure. More after the jump.
A “tweet timeline” tells us the real story, and more than anything, it’s sad. Check out the rest at Crossing Broad.
It’s just Cameron Indoor Stadium and the #1 team in the nation... no biggie
The Duke Blue Devils have been the fifth-ranked team in the nation for the past three weeks, but that changed quickly after a crazy week in college basketball.
A loss from the top-ranked Kansas Jayhawks, in addition to Ohio State, Texas, and Pittsburgh falling apart last week, landed Duke at the top of the AP and ESPN/USA Today polls.
Why is this important?
Read the rest at Crossing Broad.