Not a lot of stuff going on right now. Here are highlights from Utah Summer League via Youtube.
.Derrick Favors is doing good things for people in his old neighborhood.
Joe Ingles Debut in the NBDL with the original write-up of the game via Joe's twitter feed and Youtube. From what I can gather Joe dropped 29 in this game.
As the bull sunk through the net, Booker, as bewildered as everyone else, turned, Jordan-shrugged to the crowd, and took off down the court.
This play is so ridiculous and rare, that it's difficult to believe it even happened. Here are the official rules, also known as the "Trent Tucker Rule."
NO LESS THAN :00.3 must expire on the game clock when a ball is thrown inbounds and then hit instantly out-of-bounds. If less than :00.3 expires in such a sit-uation, the timer will be instructed to deduct AT LEAST :00.3 from the game clock. If, in the judgment of the official, the play took longer than :00.3, he will instruct the timer to deduct more time. If less than :00.3 remain on the game clock when this sit-uation occurs, the period is over.
NO LESS THAN :00.3 must expire on the game clock when a player secures possession of an inbounds pass and then attempts a field goal. If less than :00.3 expires in such a situation, the timer will be instructed to deduct AT LEAST :00.3 from the game clock. If less than :00.3 remain on the game clock when this situation occurs, the period is over, and the field goal attempt will be disallowed immediately whether successful or unsuccessful.
This guideline shall apply to any field goal attempted by a player after he receives an inbounds pass, OTHER THAN what will be called, for this purpose, a "tip-in" or "alley oop."
A "tip-in" is defined as any action in which the ball is deflected, not controlled, by a player and then enters the basket ring. This type of action shall be deemed legal if :00.1 or more remains in a period.
And here is the play that brought on the rule.
1st Annual R Hood Basketball Camp being hosted by Rodney Hood (Utah Jazz) at his former High School in Meridian, MS. Rodney Hood following in Derrick Favors' footsteps and giving back to his hometown.
If you became a multimillionaire what sort of things would you do to give back to the community?