The NCAA tournament is done for Kentucky. John Wall is thinking about the next move and that’s the leap to the League of Extraordinary Ballplayers. He is projected to be the number one pick in the 2010 NBA Draft among other standouts such as Evan Turner and DeMarcus Cousins. Many sports outlets have dubbed Wall as a “once in a generation” type player. Some have even gone to claim that “John Wall is the greatest point guard athlete ... ever.” Wow.Read More
"I'd say questionable doesn't describe [how I feel about the call]," Miller said. "Obviously, I led the league in flagrant fouls with Ron Artest back in the day. I know what their definition of one [is]. Apparently, from the playoffs last year they vary [from] person to person and situation. I was up against the odds in that scenario for sure."
It was easy to read between the lines and see how frustrated Miller was that Miami's Dwyane Wade received a favorable call in that situation.
"I was just standing there with my damn arm up," he said. "He comes in like he always does and I just don't fall down. That's the joy of certain people against certain people."
It often takes a star to get a star, which is why point guard Derrick Rose believes his Bulls are on course to land one of the big-name, high-profile free agents this summer.
Either Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, Chris Bosh or Joe Johnson could be coming to Chicago soon.
"It would be huge for us. It would make us a serious contender,'' Rose told FanHouse Thursday afternoon before the Bulls played the Magic in Orlando. "I think we can get one of them. We have other things to worry about right now, getting into the playoffs, but I can't wait for that day (landing another star) to come.''