The D-League as petri dish for weird basketball concepts.
Larry Page, a google founder and UM alum will be the new CEO of google.
Page is credited with bringing google jobs/facility to Ann Arbor.
Stupid & probably seen by some, but this cracked me up...Major flamage...enjoy
Just Remember: Double Dream Hands...Shoulder Shoulder...Burst Both Hands...Double Dream Hands
1st thread, so have no clue what I'm doing with video
TSN reporting (along with an explosion of Twitters) that the Red Wings and free agent goalie Evgeni Nakokov are close to terms on a deal.
However, there is a big snag to this...he would have to clear wavers. I have a hard time believeing he would make it all the way through (Tampa Bay comes to mind as someone in need of a goalie).
For sake of argument lets say it does go through, is this the end of Chris Osgood's career or does he try to get to another team? Do you think it will improve Jimmy Howard's play or will Nabokov actually challenge for the starting role in the playoffs? I really hope not because while he has been a good goalie in the regular season, he is complete dog shit in the playoffs (or Olympics) so I do not want him anywhere near the ice for the Wings in the playoffs.
EDIT: A couple of interesting tweets from Bob McKenzie at TSN
- My guess, and it's only that, is DET and Nabokov have a deal they can live with, but remains to be seen whether contract is legal per CBA
- Guessing there is something in deal to "discourage" other teams from claiming Nabby on waivers, but will it fly with NHL? Just a guess tho.
EDIT 2: From TSN, also being spread around the internet
According to those sources If completed, Nabokov will receive $570,000 for the remainder of the year, which pro-rated works out to roughly $250,000 on the Red Wings cap.
It is very hard to believe, for that money and cap hit, he will make it through wavers to the Wings.
I wonder when the recruiting letters start rolling in for this kid?!?! He's definitely got the work-ethic already...
Apparently some researchers have discovered that A) tailgaters are often drunk, and B) sports fans like to drink.
I don't know about you, but this was clear to me at age 15 or so, and without the benefit of a PhD. The follow on recommendation is something to the effect of "people should drink less at sporting events, but it isn't going to happen". F'in brilliant.