Monday, September 30, 2013

ESPN Analyst Jay Williams Gets Ankle Broken By Former DePaul's Cliff Clinkscales



During the EBC Rucker Park finale at Gaucho's gym it was these two players, Jay Williams and Cliff Clinkscales going back and forth in the openings minutes that hyped up the fans to another level. From there on Kevin Durant just went crazy and so did many other players. Back to this play. Jay Williams former #2 draft pick who is currently an ESPN College Basketball Analyst guarded the former DePaul University's Cliff Clinkscales. Jay dropped a 3. Cliff dropped a layup. Jay threw the back on Cliff's back and hit another 3. Crowd goes nuts. Cliff comes back and breaks Jay's ankle, no pun intended, crowd goes bonkers. Cliff takes the jumper as Jay is on the floor and hits iron. Would have been a neat shot if it went it. Never the less this was a great ankle breaker. Without them opening up the game it would have an entirely different feel.

Monday, September 23, 2013

Kevin Durant Pours 40+ Points In His Returns To EBC Rucker Park Epic Season Finale



In what was an epic EBC Rucker Park finale, Kevin Durant came out and dropped buckets after buckets on his way to an easy 40+ evening. The game was moved to Gauchos gym due to condensation on the wooden floor at Rucker Park. After hours of shuffling venues and waiting the game, it finally started after 10PM. Not only was Kevin Durant playing, Kent Bazemore, Kemba Walker, David Lee, Scott Machado, Jay Williams, Landry Fields, Will Barton were also playing. The game highlight will be up later. Be on the lookout by subscribing

Monday, September 16, 2013

Kyrie Irving Vs Nate Robinson Drops 91 Points Combined In The Most Exciting Game Of The Summer



The most exciting game of the summer between Kyrie Irving and Nate Robinson is finally here. 47 points and 44 points respectively for a combined 91 points at Nike Pro City. This game went to the overtime as Nate Robinson forced a game tying 3 ball during the final seconds of the regulation because four quarters of seeing these two play was not enough. The people had to see an overtime. Summer was definitely serious for these guys.