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Discussion in 'Pro Sports' started by Dandy, Apr 11, 2019.
Man, Boogie has had nothing but bad luck since he got out of Sacramento. Torn achilles, torn quad, and now a torn ACL - all having occurred during what amounted to a contract year for him.
I'm glad the Lakers only paid $3.5M for him
Bummer for Cousins, he was a fool his first few years in the league (broke the ejections record and was getting T'd up at a record pace) but it sucks seeing him injured when he's started to grow up. The positive spin is, he was out of shape this postseason, too out of shape to play really, maybe this rehab can get him back into playing shape again.
Another record setting purchase price for a U.S. pro sports franchise - 2.35 billion for the Brooklyn Nets. Prokhorov paid 400 million for the New Jersey Nets in 2010. His teams always sucked and he'll mostly be remembered for the Kevin Garnett/Paul Pierce disaster but on the business side he's selling out and turning an enormous profit.