Al Jefferson described his move from Minnesota to Utah as going from a Toyota to a Bentley. Before you go thinking that's a little over the top, believe me, Al knows cars. Check out this beaut of his (via rides-mag.com),
The custom Big Al stitching is nice. Also notice how there's not backseat and the front seat goes all the way back. So if Minny is a Toyota and Utah is a Bentley, what team does this car represent?
Just when I was about to write that there had been nary a word on Fesenko for a while, low and behold, Juan B tipped me off to HoopsHype who had linked to this story about a Spanish club being interested in big Fess. Though he's a restricted free agent here, I believe he's free to sign with another league.
A couple of advantages for Fess is that he would be back in Europe and he might get more playing time. I love the Google translate that uses "heating the bench."
Jeremy Evans is already on his whirlwind tour of UT/ID/AZ, and WY for the Jr. Jazz. He'll be making over 40 stops over about a three-week period. That's quite a commitment for someone who only at this point has a non-guaranteed contract. I guess you can look at it as a summer internship.
It's good work though. If anyone is going to be at any one of the locations, I would love to see a pic in a FanShot.
It looks like the KOOF may be staying in Minnesota. Yesterday Kahn traded Ramon Sessions and center Ryan Hollins to the Cavs for Delonte West and Sebastian Telfair. If there was a spot where they could dump the KOOF, that might have been it. The Cavs needed a center and could have brought back the home-town kid.
Instead, the KOOF has a little less competition in Minny now with Hollins out but will probably find himself in a similar situation as he was in Utah.