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Mookie Blaylock, a former NBA guard, pled guilty to vehicular homicide on court on Monday. Blaylock received a 15-year prison sentence for the crime and will serve just three years followed by eight years of probation. The sentencing stems from a car crash on May 31, 2013, when Blaylock’s car collided head-on with another in Clayton County, Georgia.
Three NBA teams unveiled new uniforms this week. The Pelicans finally fixed their lettering for their third uniforms, while Mark Cuban revealed the winner of a uniform design contest. The Hawks are bringing back the Pac-Man logo and ditching the “Hawks” lettering for their home set.
Carmelo Anthony can’t imagine the Atlanta Hawks will have luck signing free agents in the near future. GM Danny Ferry and the Atlanta Hawks are in a world of trouble.
Poor Luol Deng. The newly acquired Heat forward was the center of racist comments issued by Hawks general manager Danny Ferry, which became public over the weekend. Leave it to him to respond in a poise manner.
They have basically the same name and a similar look, but Steve Smith played in the NBA for 13 seasons, while Stephen A. Smith sits at a desk with a thesaurus and screams about LeBron.
Larry Drew got screwed out of his job in Milwaukee, but it was merely another part of the coaching circle of life — a circle that helped Drew get a head coaching gig in the first place.
At this point, the Atlanta Hawks are basically bashing their heads against the stove, hoping they pass out and wake up with Andrew Wiggins.
The Bucks needed a stop in crunch time, and instead they let the smallest guy on the court yam it down their throats. That says it all.