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uncertaintly as to what was happening there at the top. There are other drafts, the Rondo draft with Lamarcus Aldridge, Tyrus Thomas , and Bagnarni were the top picks, there was some uncertainty there. It’s not that uncommon that there’s no certainty
inherent biases in the NBA against players with his body type. There’s a bias against them in favor of players like Tyrus Thomas , Anthony Randolph, Michael Beasley , none of them who were qualified yesterday. The GM’s always love the high flyers
of a juggernaut, and they were playing the second night of a back-to-back and were also without dynamic forward Tyrus Thomas , but the Celtics defense reduced them to rubble. They allowed just 16 points in the first quarter, 16 in the second and
with contracts that extend beyond this season, and the Bulls also would like to rid themselves of perpetual headache Tyrus Thomas . That’s where the original Allen-to-the-Bulls rumors started two weeks ago, but that’s not nearly enough of a
improvement the following year. The Bulls are a strange team because as much as has been made about their youth with Rose, Tyrus Thomas and Noah, beyond that young core they are essentially a veteran team that will have some questions to answer
s table, and probably fortunate that he didn’t get ejected. We had Paul Pierce talking a shot in the face from Tyrus Thomas that had him spitting up blood. We had Ray Allen putting on a performance for the ages with one ridiculous trick
window dressing because for the entire time he was in the game Perkins had the unenviable job of keeping Joakim Noah, Tyrus Thomas and Brad Miller off the backboard. The Bulls had 14 offensive rebounds and showed why they are
According to a report from Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski, Bobcats coach Paul Silas shoved forward Tyrus Thomas after a postgame screaming match Sunday night, sparked by Thomas' friendly chatter with Celtics players. Silas, the 68-year-old
WEB: ♦ According to a report from Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski , Bobcats coach Paul Silas shoved forward Tyrus Thomas after a postgame screaming match Sunday night , sparked by Thomas’ friendly chatter with Celtics players. Silas
Bobcats team that traded its best player ( Gerald Wallace ) and sat its next two most talented guys ( Stephen Jackson and Tyrus Thomas ) with injuries. After blowing double-digit leads in both halves, the Celtics (50-21) still only trailed 82-81
run to take an 80-75 lead with 2:49 left. The Bobcats were playing without injured veterans Stephen Jackson and Tyrus Thomas and the recently-traded Gerald Wallace, who was sent to Portland for Cunningham in a deadline trade. Gerald Henderson
manager Rod Higgins for letting Raymond Felton escape town this offseason. Other than that, Gerald Wallace (ankle), Tyrus Thomas (calf) and Gerald Henderson (knee) are all battling injuries. Good times all around. 23. Toronto (9-17
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