With just over a month to go before training camp starts, NBA players are finding ways to occupy themselves. Nuggets forward Wilson Chandler has been fishing, and according to his Instagram, he caught one that weighs almost 350 pounds. That’s a big fish, even for an NBA player.
After three seasons out of the NBA, one of the most infamous former No. 1 overall picks in league history is ready to make a comeback. Kwame Brown has signed with Interperformances to represent him, and the agency says he’s hoping to land on an NBA roster (via Sportando). “The #1 overall pick of the 2001 draft is ready for a new life. His comeback can be the road to glory for a team that believes in him. Kwame is back, physically healthy and ready to be the outstanding player he was on several NBA teams. A great intimidator that can block shots , rebound consistently and explode in devastating dunks. No longer the young man that entered the NBA, Kwame is now an experienced and mature player and
Only three of those coaches, Luke Walton, Kenny Atkinson and David Fizdale, will have their first head-coaching jobs this season. Editor's Note: Mike Gallagher is the Rotoworld Podcast Guru and his guests usually include the rest of the Rotoworld NBA staff, including Dr. A., Ryan Knaus, Jonas Nader and other special guests. Atkinson has been an assistant coach since 2008 with most of his time coming under coach Mike D’Antoni.