Fans block Greg Hardy from joining Indoor Football League team
Carmelo Anthony is searching for an understanding. For a brief moment, when Melo joked about preferring natural herbs to suspended teammate Joakim Noah’s performance-enhancing substance of choice earlier this week, they were fun. There was Phil Jackson publicly chiding the 10-time All-Star in December for holding the ball too long, Anthony telling reporters in January he’d like to have a conversation with the Knicks president, Jackson tweeting in early February “you don’t change the spot on a leopard” in reference to the man to whom he gave a max contract’s will to win, and Anthony steeling his resolve to stay in New York at the trade deadline in response, then vociferously questioning Jackson’s vision for the team’s future.
Trevor Gott and A.J. Cole were optioned to Triple-A today and Jacob Turner, LHP Neal Cotts and Jhonatan Solano were reassigned to minor league camp, while Vance Worley was released. In the latest round of cuts, the Washington Nationals whittled their roster down to 27, leaving three players (Wilmer Difo, Michael A. Taylor and Jeremy Guthrie) in the mix for the 25th spot on the Opening Day (25-man roster).
Kevin Durant is here to remind us that NBA observers – representatives from the league office on high, us basement-dwelling scribes down ‘ere, or the public at large – tend to focus on stars above all. LeBron James discussed the two things to end that list earlier in March, and now Golden State Warriors