Not really sure what sucks more for 16-year-old Adria Gasol:
(Whoops, how’d that get in there)
Being the socially awkward youngest brother of NBA superstar Pau Gasol or being the socially awkward youngest brother of NBA superstar Pau Gasol ON YOUTUBE.
(Marc on baby bruvva: “I don’t expect him to play basketball”)
A week ago Memphis high schooler Adria gave his classmates a lesson on
emo the meaning of life that could’ve doubled as an Apocalypse Now outtake - if the natives were fighting over Burger King bags.
Tom Crean, fresh from a decade’s run at Marquette, took the Indiana job recently knowing full well that life would be tough for awhile. He could lose up to three scholarships and all of last year’s starters before he coaches his first game wearing blood red. In that game, he may only have six players return from last season’s Sampson-spoiled squad.
(Bloomington. I can’t believe I’m still in Bloomington.)
Make that five. Little-used freshman center Eli Holman came to Crean’s office for the individual meet’n'greet common to all new jobs and left after threatening a transfer, raising his voice, knocking over a plant, and requiring campus police to make sure he left the building in an orderly fashion. Frankly, one of the former occupants of that office would call that “Tuesday”.