Stephen Curry has been getting up buckets the past week, working on his game. Sort of. It’s been a bit unconventional. First, he finished off an alley-oop pass from Tony Romo on the American Century golf course in Lake Tahoe. Then on Thursday he was filming an Infinity car commercial and had to shoot one into the sun roof from what looks to be 15-20 feet away. He drains it. Of course he made that, he’s basically the Meadowlark Lemon of a new generation, but without the hook shot.
The Carolina Hurricanes could be on the verge of being sold, the Arizona Coyotes are quieting speculation of a relocation, and now there's more reason to discuss movement among teams in the NHL. With Houston Rockets owner Leslie Alexander announcing intentions to sell his NBA franchise, Houston's downtown Toyota Center could eventually become available. And that's an arena that, for years, has been touted as an ideal landing spot for an NHL franchise. The Houston Press reported Friday that there is no indication that any NHL and Toyota Center pairing is imminent but suggested "discussions could soon begin again" thanks to the arena's long-discussed popularity in hockey circles. Boston Bruins
Niall Seewang, with AAP Fresh from realising his NBA dream, Denver Nuggets signing Torrey Craig has endorsed the NBL as an exceptional pathway for players with dreams of reaching the sport's pinnacle. The Brisbane Bullets import yesterday signed a two-way contract with Nuggets after showing great promise during the recent NBA Summer League, where the NBL's reigning defensive player of the year averaged 11.5 points, 4.8 rebounds, 1.3 assists, and one block in 22.2 minutes per game. But it was his 27 points, 11 rebounds and three blocks in a 87-81 win over the Houston Rockets that really put his name in lights, leading the Nuggets to sign Craig. Craig said he'd endorse the NBL as a pathway for