Wednesday Morning Starting Five: The How Many Trades Will Be Made Today Edition?

Looks like Rubio is sending shock waves through the league as big trades are going down with minor NBA team players. This is always a very interesting time leading up to the draft as we wait and see how teams will jockey for position before during and after Thursday’s draft. What trade would you like to see go down?

Our peoples Michael Lee breaks down the Wizards/Suns trade. (WaPo)

Amir Johson traded for just traded Fabricio Oberto. Oberto will be released. (Detroit News)

Bill Rhoden comments on Epiphanny Prince going pro. (NY Times)

Phil Jackson alludes to making his gig with the Lakers part time. Why hasn’t Kareem ever seriously been considered for the Lakers position? (L.A. Times)

Evans’ cousin sentenced to 9-20 years for murder. Big case here in the area. (Philly.com)

Sixers going back to same logo used during championship seasons. Uh…can we get past the first round first? (Philly.com)

Native and African Americans chronicle history together for first time in Louisiana. (Digital Journal)

The history that Black radio is afraid to tell. (Ebony/Jet)

Cynthia McKinney and others sail for a cause. (The Peninsula)

Hell yeah!

2 Responses to “Wednesday Morning Starting Five: The How Many Trades Will Be Made Today Edition?”

  1. sankofa says:

    “…Why hasn’t Kareem ever seriously been considered for the Lakers position?…”

    That’s a rhetorical question right? He’s not a part of the club!

  2. Mizzo says:

    Of course brothaman. I don’t think he’s even pressed about it anymore. Definitely rhetorical…

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