Daily Archives: January 18, 2010

More Fun With Milton, Getting Sued Edition

Bradley's world has always been a little upside down...

I’m not sure what it is about athletes getting sued or getting in trouble that is so fascinating to me, but alas, I give you the most recent case against one of the most hated players in baseball, Milton Bradley. He is being sued by his landlord in Chicago for $44K in back rent, fees, and interest. I truly CAN understand why people hate Bradley so much, because he has the skill set to be a force in baseball, but he never really lives up to that potential as he sits out from hangnail type injuries throughout each season, and causes rifts in the clubhouse more often than not. His personality is emotional to say the least, and that sensitivity has made the media get on him that much more! I can’t defend most of his tirades, but I’m still grateful for his stint with the A’s. He single-handedly carried our offense to the ALCS in 2006.  Unfortunately, he won’t be remembered for his on-field contributions, and more for his dynamic personality off the field. To beat the dead horse, at the end of the article I found a statement I thought was pretty funny,

Bradley — who said during his time in Chicago that writers, fans and even waiters didn’t like him

Sounds like a pretty open and shut case to me. If you sign a lease and don’t pay it, you might find yourself getting sued. I’d expect that if I decided to stop paying rent! I’m guessing the landlord is probably a Cubs fan and has close to the same amount of hate towards him as the rest of the city does. I’d wish him luck, but I think he probably needs a shrink to figure out why so many people hate him. I hope he does good in Seattle, as long as it’s not against the A’s!

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WTF ALL-STARS

Voting closed today for the 2010 NBA All-Star Game, so in honor of the inevitable snubs and undeserving nods, here’s the top WTF all-stars of the last 15 years. These aren’t necessarily guys who were undeserving, but certainly a list of names you wouldn’t necessarily think all-star.

F – Christian Laettner (1997) 18 ppg, 9 rpg for Atlanta

F – Chris Gatling (1997) 19 ppg, 8 rpg for Dallas

C – Jamaal Magloire (2004) 13 ppg, 10 rpg for New Orleans

G – Wally Szczerbiak (2002) 18.7 ppg for Minnesota

G – Allan Houston (2001) 18.7 ppg for New York

F – Antonio Davis (2001) 13ppg, 10 rpg for Toronto

C – Rik Smits (1998) 17 ppg, 7 rpg for Indiana

F – Anthony Mason (2001) 16 ppg, 10 rpg for Miami

F – Detlef Schrempf (1997) 17 ppg, 6 rpg for Seattle

F – Dale Davis (2000) 10 ppg, 10 rpg for Indiana

C – Vlade Divac (2001) 12 ppg, 8 rpg for Sacramento

F – Tom Gugliotta (1997) 20 ppg, 6 rpg for Minnesota


Wake Up With Sandy Balls

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