CDR had a stalker, becomes best buds with the Bucks, had a request, etc.
I imagine it's nice being a basketball player in the NBA. You certainly have all the $$$ that you need. However, it's also quite possible that you have all the creepy female stalkers that you need. And there's only one Buck that Is fit to tell this kind of story: Chris Douglas-Roberts. And so I present to you, CDR: One night in LA So gather around the campfire!
I know y'all heard about that insane stalker girl I had my rookie year. Shii was so crazy I had to get the FBI involved. It's on the net. about 19 hours ago via Echofon
Anyway, I don't know about you guys, but this made me wonder about the life of an NBA player on the road. You're traveling from city to city constantly, and after a few years you no doubt get to know certain hotels and aspects of the city. I just found it interesting.
Nice. It's been really nice to see the new additions and CDR in particular get to know the other players and each other. I have a feeling that it will be fun to watch this team grow together during the season. And on another note, is that restaurant still open after Tiny no doubt ate his way through it? [ZANG! - Frank]
We probably all know this by well by how excited he was to be in Milwaukee, but I thought I'd just share this:
I will also confess to barely watching CDR play in NJ or in college. I knew he played for the Nets and that he had some issues with the coaches but that was about it. So I wasn't too aware of what his time in NJ was like. Fortunately, CDR offers some perspective on that, as well as his general feelings on the game itself:
I know it's only Twitter, but I don't think I've ever heard a player write/talk about the game the way he does. It's just hard to explain, really. Maybe I should just make this entire series about CDR. Nah...
Once again, I'll have to hand it to Palomba1 for helping to get some delicious Delfreezy details for this weeks edition. Carlitos obviously must be a little tired. After all, he can't shoot 1/4th court jumpshots all the time. Where is he? Sicily.
Corey Maggette works out with the other Bucks, Shows us his abode
Major chemistry questions surrounding Maggette seem to shrink every day. Thanks to twitter. Now, that doesn't necessarily mean that he will perfectly fit in on the Bucks, but it certainly doesn't look like he'll be the locker room cancer he was made out to be.
It's kind of hard to explain just how involved Jon Brockman has gotten involved with the Milwaukee community since he was traded here-- and yet he still hasn't played a single game for us! Last week A.J. Bombers introduced the Brockness Burger, with a special twist. For every burger that was sold, Brockman donated $10 to Special Olympics Wisconsin.