Around The Way

by | Dec 16, 2006 | 7 comments

  • Meet the genius behind one of my favorite blogs Wizznutzz in The Washington City Paper.
  • FSN Detroit will be featuring a special on Tayshaun Prince Sunday the 17th at 10p.m.
  • are list happy again, this time with the top five power forwards in the NBA. Sheed has got to be on that list. Right?
  • Indy Cornrows informs us that Pacers Darrell Armstrong is calling himself mini Sheed.
  • Rasheed was on Quite Frankly with Stephen A. Smith last night. For those of you who missed it I will have the video up soon.
  • Pistons help make a child’s Christmas a happy one.


  1. Anonymous

    could you post the Tayshaun specail I will miss it, thanks alot

  2. Anonymous

    OK Detroit.
    NY just took over as the ugly brawl during game title tonight.

    And if stupid Stern want to fine anyone, maybe Isiah and Dolan’s heads should be #1 on that platter.
    The players and fans are getting frustrated by these 2 morons.
    Can’t that jerk force Dolan to sell the team???

  3. Anonymous

    what happened in New York? I was watching the pistons game and before that the orlando game. Nothing was said during the games so please tell me what happened?

  4. Anonymous

    Look on ESPN, they have the footage. It’s on all the local news channels here.

    I don’t know whether to call Carmelo Anthony a punk or a hero.
    He cheap shot punched that rookie who committed the fragrant foul and that rookie’s head hit Stern’s head. And Stern stepped protectively over the young kid after he fell on the floor……

    Thank goodness, no fans got involved here.

  5. Anonymous

    OK more details…

    “Marcus Camby, Andre Miller, Eduardo Najera, Smith and Anthony were the Nuggets who were ejected; Channing Frye, David Lee, Collins, Robinson and Jeffries were the Knicks who were kicked out.”

    To be fair, Camby, Najera, Frye and Lee were trying to stop and pull the guys apart. None of them did any shoving, punching or wrestling. It would be really unfair for the league to fine or suspend them. And all of this happened under the eye of Stern, and you should have heard Isiah’s lame-ass explanation. That man should just throw himself off the Brooklyn Bridge.

  6. Anonymous

    that is so fuuny I can’t stop laughing thanks for the updates

  7. Anonymous

    WOW this is not hockey people its basketball. I wonder if the suspensions will be as harsh as detroit. Anthony should see a big suspension he did not need to go in there and slap him in hte face like that. Ya the foul was bad but that is why they have farg. fouls and fines for them. The players should have just stepped back and let the game go on, now we are seeing good players who will be out. I see anthony, jefferies and robinson getting the most time off and biggest fines but lets see how David deals with Anthony one of his superstars. To be fare becuase there were not any fans involed the punishment will not be the same as detroits and the kings.


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