This Sport Eagle interview with Marcin Gortat during last week’s Beko Supercup games isn’t exactly the most fascinating stuff (turns out the Polish Hammer picked Team USA over Spain in the Olympic gold-medal game; whoa), but Phoenix Suns backers have got to be pleased with the optimism Gortat shows for his team in 2012-13 without Steve Nash…
Marcin Gortat on Phoenix Suns in 2012-13: “We should have a pretty sweet team”
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Rick10 years ago
Nigerian national team centers Ike Diogu and Akin Akingbala (did not play at the Olympics, but played in the Euroleague last year)…….
were both offered to Greek league club Panathinaikos by their agents.
Panathinaikos denied signing either of them citing, “they are not up the standards of our club”.ReplyCancel
Ark10 years ago
Gabe and mike were wrong YET AGAIN. FIBA denied the request of Mark Cuban and David Stern to make the Olympics under-23, and also denied their request to place the FIBA World Cup under NBA control and ownership.
Also, the FIBA World Cup will officially become FIBA’s world basketball flagship and showcase, with the Olympics officially taking second in importance.
Finally, the court size and 3 point distance will be the same as in the NBA – evidently they felt sorry for Stern and Cuban, so they threw those dogs a little bone.ReplyCancel
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