CHICAGO (AP) TyTy Washington Jr. remembers being in awe gazing at the banners in Madison Square Garden as he watched the New York Knicks meet the Cleveland Cavaliers and the feeling he had two days later when Kentucky faced Duke at the famed arena. The reaming he got from coach John Calipari when the team watched video in the Hall of Famer's basement the next day. ''He came up to me, he was like, `Kid, you don't play hard enough' and just started going in on me,'' Washington said Thursday at the NBA draft combine.
The third overall pick from USC, Mobley led rookies in rebounding and blocked shots and finished fifth in scoring
In the midst of one of its highest-viewed postseasons in a decade, the NBA just got something else added to its plate besides bad officiating and health and safety protocols. Veteran NBA point guard Rajon Rondo has been in the news after TMZ recently revealed that he was involved in a very alarming and serious domestic incident. The gist of the matter is that Rondo allegedly blew up on the mother of his children, in front of the children, after she asked one of the kids to help with some laundry while they were playing video games with Rondo. The league is officially “in the process of gathering more information” about the incident, as the combination of the allegation and who is involved are what makes this situation so surprising.