A Day In The Life: Ron Artest.

This past summer, I saw Ron Artest get his tooth knocked out during a ballgame here in Harlem NYC. Instead of checking out of the game, he put the tooth in his sock, finished the game, played the next day with no tooth, then showed up on the third day with a new tooth! That’s what you call dedication.

It was great to see him work on his game all summer. He played every game hard and was always under control. There were lots of hard fouls and he took lots of punishment, but he never complained.

Anyway, tune in to see Ron-Ron discuss the game in which he lost his tooth, his love for NYC, plus his tour of the Houston Rockets facility and his new neighborhood.

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Mc Serch interviews Nasty Nas.

Check out this audio interview Serch did with Nasir yesterday.

Nas gives a brief history and thoughts on his new album “Nigger”. (yeah its still called that).

Props to Jay Smooth, saw you in the Sly Fox video.

Personally, I’ve listened to the “Nigger” album a few times and I give it 3/5 Dylons. (I’ll explain later).


Anyway, I’m off to see Shamgod Vs Kareem Reid uptown at the TriState Classic…

MCF = Money Comes First.

Personally I think the Nba rule that prevents players from going into the league right after high school is retarded. Teams that don’t want players that young, don’t have to draft them.

Colleges could care less about educating these guys. The Ncaa is a pimping system that uses players to generate money for the schools.

This past draft set a record for the number of freshmen players taken in the first round.

Anyway, here’s a shift in events. One of this countries top high school point guards is deciding to forgo college in order to play pro ball in Europe.

That player is Brandon Jennings.

I had the opportunity to see Mr. Jennings (and his flat top) play up at the Rucker a few nights ago. He’s a talented scorer who’s good at running his team.

I wish him the best as he heads to Europe and look forward to seeing him in the league in a year or two.

Peep this video of the kid getting loose at the Jordan Classic.