Professional basketball is a global sport reaching beyond the borders of America. Opportunities exist around the world to ply your trade. JaMychal Green has learned this fact since leaving Alabama after his senior season in 2012. The undrafted free agent participated with the San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Clippers summer league teams before being waived by both, played for Austin in the NBA D-League and journeyed across the Atlantic Ocean to join Chorale Roanne of France for a season.
February 27, 2016
The year was 1997 and Stanford had yet to make it out of the second round in the Mike Montgomery era. The sixth-seeded Cardinal faced an imposing figure in that year's matchup to get to the Regionals in San Jose: Tim Duncan. Look back in time with Mark DeVaughn as he recalls how Stanford sent the house at the big man from the US Virgin Islands and stunned the ACC power in Tucson!
March 16, 2010
The Bootleg's Mark DeVaughn looks back at when the "Big Dance" fun all really began for Stanford in the postseason, 1995, when the Cardinal won their first NCAA Tournament game since their run to the championship in 1942....There were Stanford heroes all around that fateful morning and it all happened fourteen years ago today... on This Day in Cardinal Hoops!
March 17, 2009
Steve Hunt, Special Correspondent to TheBootleg.com, checks in with former Stanford center Jason Collins and talks with "Twin" about his recent trade from the New Jersey Nets to the struggling Memphis Grizzlies, where Jason joins former teammate Casey Jacobsen. Collins should provide Memphis with some solid defense and veteran leadership, something the franchise has been lacking of late.
February 13, 2008
The Bootleg's Basketball Stats Analyst Cameron Tana steps up with another of his somewhat complex, but fascinating columns, this time focusing on the historic individual "offensive efficiency" of Stanford point guards. Cameron has broadcast Stanford MBB games, both as Dave Flemming's color man in 1996-97 & as play-by-play announcer in 1997-98. He has also done NBA game charting for www.82games.com
December 19, 2007
One of the less publicized parts of the new Stanford Basketball being built by Trent Johnson is the close ties between the program and its former players. One impactful recent visit came from the legendary Brevin Knight. He talked with the team a week ago and left an indelible mark upon the young Stanford players. His moving words and attitude toward winning infected the young Cardinal right away.
February 3, 2007
November 28, 2006