LeBron James made a joke about Sixers’ Bryan Colangelo
The NBA Finals between the Warriors and Cavaliers started on Thursday, yet the Sixers have maintained most of the league-wide focus for all the wrong reasons. LeBron James even (sort of) weighed in on their current predicament during a Saturday press conference.
In the wake of the wild Bryan Colangelo Twitter saga more details are here and here broken initially by The Ringer on Tuesday, most of the local discussion has centered around Colangelo’s future and when (or if) he’ll be fired from his role as team president.
That’s when it really opened my eyes, Peterson said of his time with Brees. Man, Drew Brees, he’s the truth, you know.
Brees returns at 39 years old to a Saints team that has the most promise its had since New Orleans came off a Super Bowl triumph in 2010. There was some thought he might head elsewhere when his contract expired, but the Saints quashed that when they inked him to a two-year deal in March.
Considering the rave review from Brees’ brief teammate, that contract should prove the Saints wise in the next two years. With a work ethic that impressed even All Day, we can expect Brees to continue leading one of the league’s most dynamic offenses.
One of them Tigers righty Michael Fulmer could end up a target once again as general manager Brian Cashman considers bolstering the Yankees’ rotation.
On Friday, reliever Chad Green one of Fulmer’s friends and former minor-league teammates made it sound like Fulmer would fit well in pinstripes.
He’s evolved into a three-pitch guy that can be a top-of-the-(line) rotation arm and that’s what you’ve seen in Detroit, Green said before the Yankees’ 4-1 win over the Orioles at Camden Yards.
He added that Fulmer is a great guy.
He just competes, Green said. You see that today when he pitches.