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  1. Sun rises on Courtney Williams' pro career Tuesday, July 26, 2016 10:43am Joey Knight Technically, she made her professional debut on May 14 in Minneapolis. But the Courtney Williams familiar to Bulls fans didn't truly hit the WNBA scene until the evening of July 2. Having been traded to the Connecticut Sun from Phoenix only a week before, Williams watched from a College Park Center bench as host Dallas built a 13-2 lead. Unable to stomach what was transpiring any longer, Sun coach Curt Miller opted for a wholesale substitution, supplanting the quintent on the floor with five off the bench. Williams was among those who entered. What proceeded wasn't necessarily pretty, but it provided the spark Miller was seeking. Five minutes into the second quarter, Connecticut had rallied for a 26-25 lead, with Williams providing five points and six rebounds. The Sun would hold on for an 86-83 triumph. Rest of story
  2. Link to Quarterback Week: Former UCF star Blake Bortles leads the way for small colleges
  3. Why 2016 will be a career-defining season for Jason Pierre-Paul By James Kratch | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com Rest of story
  4. Former @USFFootball kicker Delbert Alvarado loves getting his kicks for the #TBStorm: tbtim.es/12c9 #USF #Bulls @TampaBayStorm ya'all knew Alvarado was playing locally for Storm?
  5. Jason Pierre-Paul catches on with new glove, impresses Ben McAdoo May 23, 2016 3:15 PM By Tom Rock tom.rock@newsday.com It wasn’t Odell Beckham Jr. It wasn’t Sterling Shepard. It wasn’t even an offensive player. No, the Giants player who drew the simple but direct approval from Ben McAdoo in his post-practice assessment of the opening OTA on Monday — “Nice catch,” the coach said — was one of the least likely to receive the compliment. http://www.newsday.com/sports/football/giants/jason-pierre-paul-catches-on-with-new-glove-impresses-ben-mcadoo-1.11831565
  6. A host of NEW Sean Price cards have hit ebay: Link to listing: USF Bull Sean Price Autographed trading cards Sample:
  7. "I wish Price was going to be at the combine, but his rocked-up frame and underrated athleticism should pick up steam throughout the pre-draft process. Mostly used as a blocker at run-heavy South Florida, Price made good adjustments to the ball in traffic during his limited reps, despite not having ideal length at the position. He has the base skill set for his best football to be ahead of him." http://thedraftwire.usatoday.com/2016/02/17/2016-nfl-draft-class-pre-combine-tight-end-rankings/
  8. Have a day Kayvon... http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/nfl/super-bowl/article58458013.html If anyone is checking TBP - this can serve as the comment thread.. Predictions? DENVER WINS!
  9. Nate Allen - DB - RaidersRaiders activated FS Nate Allen (knee) from injured reserve/designated for return. Allen will start opposite Charles Woodson, with T.J. Carrie moving to corner. His return is an upgrade to a secondary that's allowed the fourth-most passing yards. The Raiders waived KR Marcus Thigpen in a corresponding move.
  10. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported the Raiders fear S Nate Allen tore his ACL Week 1. Allen is getting more tests today, but he is likely done for the season. With Charles Woodson (shoulder) also banged up, the Raiders are very thin at safety. Sep 14 - 12:45 PM Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter Packers ILB Sam Barrington (ankle) was spotted on crutches and in a walking boot following the Packers' Week 1 win over the Bears. Barrington entered the game with an ankle injury and apparently aggravated it early in the game. The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel speculates Barrington will be out "awhile." Nate Palmer played in Barrington's place. The Packers' defense was gashed by Matt Forte with Barrington and S Morgan Burnett (calf) sidelined. Green Bay gets Seattle next week. Sep 14 - 10:33 AM Source: Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
  11. http://news.yahoo.com/watch-elvis-andrus-steal-home-123327729.html
  12. Buy this card of Bulls former player and now GA, Lindsey Lamar Buy this card of Bulls former player and now coach, Stephen Nicholas
  13. I came across this last week....some of you oldtimers will certainly remember Jarrid Famous. I always thought he had a bright future, despite not quite gelling at USF. Jarrid Famous Shifts Focus Toward NBA May 4 at 11:45pm CDT By Zach Links Former Pacers and Grizzlies camp invitee Jarrid Famous has traveled the globe in his quest to play professional basketball at the highest level. After going everywhere from Lebanon to the Dominican Republic, the four-year pro has a passport that would make Carmen Sandiego jealous. “I’m a huge anime fan so I loved playing in Japan and getting to know their culture there,” the 6’11” center said. “My favorite place though was probably the Philippines. They love their basketball there and you get to play in front of 20,000 screaming fans every night. Plus they have TGI Fridays, Outback Steakhouse, and Olive Garden there, so those things made me feel pretty much at home.” This year, after returning from China, Famous had an opportunity to play in another exotic location at a healthy rate of $30K per month, but no amount of money or bloomin’ onions could have swayed him. He shunned that opportunity and remained in the States to play in the D-League so that he could audition himself for NBA teams and get ready for training camp this coming fall, wherever that may be. Famous values his experiences around the globe, but he felt that he wasn’t getting the kind of in-game experience he needed playing internationally. “I feel I belong in the NBA. I could have done the international thing all over again this year but I chose instead to stay here and train and do the things I need to improve in advance of training camp. Going overseas, I felt like I didn’t have the right people there pushing me. In years past, I would just go overseas and then jump right into camp or summer league. Now, I’m here, I’m preparing for camp at home and I already know that I’m going to be very well prepared for it all,” the Hazan Sports Management client explained. So far, Famous’ plan of staying in the U.S. seems to be paying off quite well. After initially signing with a Chinese team, Famous started the 2014/15 season with the Iowa Energy, who later facilitated his request for a trade to the Texas Legends, a team that had a greater utility for his rebounding. All in all, Famous averaged 16.0 points and an eye-popping 14.9 rebounds per contest. On offense, he filled out the stat sheet while remaining an efficient scorer, knocking down 56.5% of his shots from the floor. For his quality effort in Iowa and Texas, Famous earned a runner-up nod for the title of Most Improved Player in the D-League from Ridiculous Upside. We’re still weeks away from the meat of the offseason, but agent Daniel Hazan says that Famous already has an offer to play in minicamp. Famous’ last training camp experience is one that he’d probably like to forget. The Grizzlies were gung-ho about him in 2012, a year in which he played in the summer league for both the Pacers and the Bucks, but things were put on hold when Famous separated his left shoulder while dunking. Three years later, Famous is 100% healthy and he says he’s more ready than ever for the stiff competition he’d face in an NBA team’s camp. Now, the well-traveled 26-year-old is making his home base at his one-time school, Westchester Community College in New York. With the help of a trainer, Famous says he’s in the best shape of his life. He also says he’s rock-solid mentally and readily credits his years of world travel for his advanced maturity. “It’s a great experience,” Famous said of playing internationally. “It forced me to get out of my comfort zone and grow as a person. Going everywhere and seeing how other people live, it helped me appreciate the things that I have. Going to different places and how they do things helped me to grow as a person, and I took bits and pieces from every place that I went. It helped me grow.” Famous contends that he’s a more well-rounded person, both on the court and off, thanks to his globetrotting. Years ago in college, at South Florida, Famous had a sometimes singular focus on scoring in bunches as he worked toward his NBA dream. Now, he understands what he does best on the floor and what he needs to do to help his team win. Often, that means putting up points, but it also means doing the little things, hustling, and playing tough D. Famous happily does it all and hopes to do it on the NBA stage next season. http://www.hoopsrumors.com/2015/05/jarrid-shifts-toward.html
  14. Round 1 coverage begins June 8 at 6 p.m. ET Bulls MLB Prospects (draft ranking as of 06/03 per BaseballAmerica): Current Roster Jimmy Herget, rhp, South Florida (National rank: 230) Tommy Peterson, rhp, South Florida (National rank: 443) Levi Borders, c, South Florida (National rank: 487) Mention, not ranked Kyle Teaf, ss, South Florida (Prospect, unranked) Commitments Garrett Zech, of, Naples (Fla.) HS (National rank: 110) Shane McClanahan, lhp, Cape Coral (Fla.) HS (National rank: 197) Mention, not ranked Garrett Bye, lhp, Riverview (Fla.) HS Robert Montes, ss, Coral Gables (Fla.) HS Cameron Montgomery, of, Olympia HS, Orlando
  15. http://www.houstontexans.com/news/article-2/Football-101-Reshard-Cliett-profile/ff496350-e52a-477f-babe-9652df7927ee Hope he turns out to be a beast for Houston. He and Barrington have been my two favorite linebackers at USF.
  16. One- year deal. Hopefully he can stay healthy this year. http://espn.go.com/blog/tampa-bay-buccaneers/post/_/id/8934/bucs-re-sign-cb-mike-jenkins
  17. Nice for JPP! NY uses their franchise tag to keep him from using free agency. Says a lot about their confidence in the young man! http://nypost.com/2015/03/02/giants-use-franchise-tag-on-jpp-which-could-cost-14-8m/
  18. Bears re-signed LB DeDe Lattimore to a two-year contract. He was scheduled for exclusive rights free agency. Lattimore, 24, went undrafted out of South Florida last year. He recorded three special teams tackles across seven appearances during his rookie season. Fri, Jan 30 2015 11:28 AM
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