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Why would anybody be shocked w/ something Baron might do

While the professional hardwood gurus were amazed Baron Davis opted out of almost 18-million for next year, even with a limited amount of teams with money to spend, I thought it was an easy decision for the whacky floor-general. After playing in every single game last season and averaging 22 ppg, 8 apg, & 5 rpg in 39 mpg, the 29 year-old Davis (or as I call him Bearded-Bouncin-Big Booty-Baron) was trying to prove to NBA GMs his body could handle his aggressive style for a full-season…at least in a contract year.

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Bearded-Bouncin-Big Booty Baron always get's it done!

Honestly, I’m sure once he signs a lucrative extension we might see some of the Kristie Alley no-longer paid by Jenny Craig-type of body change, but even though GMs are aware of that…he’s too unique a talent for somebody not to lock him up for big time paper or through a sign-n-trade. To tell you the truth, if Agent Zero really is garnering 120 Million ova 6 years after a year and a half of knee trouble, don’t tell me somebody won’t take a player that’s much more loved in the locker room & more team-oriented. Speaking of sign-n-trade and Agent Zero, with his roots out west and Baron’s dream of playing in NY, maybe DC isn't bad spot for the Caly-kid. With that being said, the rumors that he's heading to the Clippers sounds like a Fukudome to Wrigley-type of fit if Dunleavy convinces ownership to pony-up for Elton.

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You can have Arenas for 120 M...& I'll take Baron for 75

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After sitting back and analyzing the game last night...I came to the conclusion that the Mets really suck!

NEW YORK METS @ ST. LOUIS CARDINALS (-136)
After watching the scrappy Cardinals hammer the Mets #2 starter and witness NY make Kyle Lohse look like the 1985-version of John Tudor...

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Looking back on his career might be better than looking forward for Tony Armas Jr.

NEW YORK METS @ ST. LOUIS CARDINALS (-136)
After watching the scrappy Cardinals hammer the Mets #2 starter and witness NY make Kyle Lohse look like the 1985-version of John Tudor, why wouldn’t I take the Cardinals at home again. On the mound for Tony “too much drinky & drivey” LaRussa will be surprise ace Todd Wellemeyer (7-2, 3.46), while Jerry “too much sleepy” Manuel will get is first look of the season at the pitcher formerly known as Tony Armas Jr. (’07 stats: 4-5, 6.03). Surveying the Mets line-up last night, watching Carlos Delgado (.228) drag his aging body to the 5th spot to protect an underachieving Carlos Beltran (12 Hrs) & Endy Chavez (.248 1 Hr) representing a corner OF-spot…I’m actually surprised Willie Randolph was able to keep these cats around .500. As for Cards, with Schumaker (.300) & Miles (.328) setting the table for Pujols and bevy of power-hitters to follow that didn’t even include the night-off for Ryan Ludwick (.285 16 Hr 56 Rbi), I have a feeling Tony-My Arm isn’t very good anymore is in for a rude welcome to the 2008 season…Cardinals by 3-5 runs

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While some may take the veteran, I'll take the youngster!

TEXAS RANGERS @ NEW YORK YANKEES (-1.5 runs) (+105)
I know it’s hard to give-up 1.5 runs when a team may lose-out on their final at-bats, but with the extremely-hittable Kevin Millwood (righties are hitting .353 - overall opponents are hitting .348 on the road against him) bringing his plus-5 ERA to Yankee Stadium to face the man they call Joba (2-2, 2.03) seems like a no-brainer. While the Rangers line-up is lethal, Chamberlain has looked flawless in his last 3 starts (18.1 innings, 2 ERs, & 18 Ks) and he has been virtually unhittable at home (opponents batting .195). Throw-in the fact that the Yanks have lost 2-straight and only mustered 2 runs ova that time, and I expect to see A-Rod & the boys circling the bases with regularity tonight…Yanks by 4-6 runs

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I'm rolling out Homeboys...See you tomorrow!

Posted by Greg Gamble on July 1, 2008 12:15 PM |


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