Fortunately, ‘Sheed will always, always choose to move out of the way rather than get dunked on. (Via The Basketball Jones)
Jul 11, 2011 • 6:38 pmby detroitpcb
“It wasn’t against Dwight Howard or Tyson Chandler. Heck, it wasn’t even against Joel Anthony or Ronny Turiaf. But despite qualifiers, Toronto’s first-round pick Jonas Valanciunas absolutely dominated in the FIBA under-19 World Championships.
Not only did Valanciunas lead Lithuania to gold in the U19 games (the U.S. finished fifth), he was easily the tournament’s best player. The Raptors new center averaged 23.0 points, 13.9 rebounds and 3.2 blocks per game to go with 59 percent shooting from the field and 81.1 percent from the free throw line. He put a bow on his wonderful tournament with a 36-point, eight-rebound and three-block effort in the gold medal game.”
Jul 11, 2011 • 7:05 pmby Dan Feldman
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Jul 12, 2011 • 1:40 amby Todd
When/where was this from? Why was Sheed playing with these kids, a camp something?
Jul 12, 2011 • 1:48 amby Dan Feldman
Jul 12, 2011 • 2:55 amby getsomepistons
Not surprised to see Sheed play just as lazily in exhibition games as he did as a professional.
Jul 12, 2011 • 6:31 amby Todd
lol, I had a flashback of 2007, when the Pistons big men rolled out the red carpet for LeBron to dunk as he pleased.
Jul 12, 2011 • 7:20 pmby jprime18
Sheed was treating it like an All-Star game.
Every time I see highlights of Austin Rivers, his team always loses.
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