Fiddlin' and Diddlin' - Daily Links 8/31
Sunday, August 31, 2008
by FLCeltsFan 11:01 AM
It really is quiet out there basketball wise. Not much going on. We are between all the free agent signings and training camp and not much seems to be happening. Today, my thoughts and prayers are with the people in Hurricane Gustav's path. Living on the Gulf coast, I know that we are just a high pressure system away from it coming here and watch these storms very carefully. My heart goes out to everyone in New Orleans that have to leave their homes just 3 years after Katrina devastated the area. We are under a Tropical Storm warning here but the worst of the storm will be west of us. Please keep everyone in this storm's path in your thoughts and prayers. Globe Bol's mission is building a school in his war-ravaged native landMetroWest Daily Courtside View: Giddens has new attitudeFL's Take: In this draft Danny took a chance on 2 players with the talent to be lottery picks but with enough baggage to make them slip. Giddens sounds as though all the attitude problems that dropped him in the draft are gone and he may be a surprise. Bill Walker slipped due to the knee injury and he could end up being the steal of the draft if he is healthy. I am excited to see what these two can do. CelticsBlog Feel good move in the sizeable Apple FL's Take: The Knicks took a quantum leap when they changed coaches. The player improvements are secondary. Hoopsworld Best and worst of NBA's Summer of 2008 Five things we learned in the NBA this weekLOY's Place Rumors and free agent updates - Nothing happening editionConnecticut Post The Celtics' toughest seriesCavaliers: The Celtics' toughest series part 2Bleacher Report The NBA's greatest off season acquisitionsFL's Take: Red Auerbach was the king of off season acquisitions. Lex Nihil Novi More love for the Legend Celtics open orientation camp NBA Celtics Blog Dec 20, 1955 MSG doubleheader Celtics beat LakersChristmas 1955 Celtics beat Lakers for 2nd game in a row[Discuss this topic on the Celtics Green Forums!]
Stay safe, FCF.
# posted by Lex : 9:06 PM
I lived in southern Alabama a few years back, moved before Katrina.One of the earlier hurricanes came up through Mississippi and across our backyard. Ripped a 20 pound gate off its hinges.
# posted by Lex : 9:09 PM
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