December 2, 2010

The Layup Line — So Cam Newton can play but Enes Kanter can’t, huh …

• Meet the coach who just won his 700th game. His team has to play home games in a high school gym. {Detroit Free Press}

• It speaks to your team when the other team and its fans, the ones that just won, are collectively curbing the enthusiasm. {Peoria Journal Star}

• Because I love music so much: The first top-50-albums-of-2010 list I’ve read this year. {Paste}

• And with the return of  “Tunes and Teams Tuesdays” here at CHJ next week, some unintended suggestions for Bruce Pearl’s situation. {John Clay’s Blog}

• Is the state of North Carolina the basketball capital of the world? Full disclosure: author of the piece is a graduate of Duke. {Wall Street Journal}

• Speaking of NC ball, this is overdue: Jordan to get inducted into North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame. You know, two years after he made the NBA’s. {AP}

• I suppose it’s that time already: scout anonymously evaluated some talent for the upcoming Draft. {Sporting News}

• Some premature punches at ESPN? More than a month before the hoops version of “GameDay” begins its season, some advice for improvement. {Rush the Court}

• A lot of money being spent on not a lot of winning. {Shreveport Times}

•  Kanter not playing is all the more puzzling when you consider Cam Newton is now off the hook. {Sporting News}

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