The New Orleans Pelicans and Houston Rockets set the game of basketball back about five or six decades during their woeful shooting & ball handling performances in the Toyota Center last night. But through all of the turnovers and missed shots, both teams were a part of NBA history. And might not exactly be the kind of history they want to be part of. The Rockets went 3 for 35 from behind the arc....and still won the game. Ouch! And for the rest of the story....
March 2, 2016
If you have ever pondered the best pair of defensive guards in Southeastern Conference basketball history, the names T.R. Dunn and Anthony Murray are at the top of the list. They created nightmares for opposing backcourts. Any discussion considering a different duo is short-lived. Round ball historians are near unanimous in their opinion. Dunn and Murray reign as the all-time shut down pair.
February 9, 2016
Coming into tonight's game vs the Houston Rockets, the hometown New Orleans Pelicans were riding high and playing their best basketball of the season. Despite losing Anthony Davis to a concussion towards the end of 1st half & starting the 3rd quarter on the wrong side of an 18-0 run, the Pels fought hard to get back in the game, and even led the Rockets with a minute left. But like much of story this season, they fell short losing by one. Here's the rest of the story...
January 25, 2016
FAYETTEVILLE — Memories of summer days in Newport News, Va., bring a smile to Stefan Welsh's face. Pickup games with childhood friends, trips to the beach and family dinners have highlighted the Arkansas guard's summers before this past one.
November 19, 2008
FAYETTEVILLE — Eventually, talk turned to the recruiting class Arkansas coach John Pelphrey has assembled for 2008, the one ranked sixth in the nation by ESPN.com. No one could blame Pelphrey for starting his Thursday news conference wanting to speak about the six seniors who recently played their last games as Razorbacks.
March 27, 2008