Your network for multiple sports and entertainment

High School Bounce

2019-2020 High School Bounce




Check back in the coming weeks for game schedules and times. http://webca.st/164541

Click Here for Game

Click here for season schedule and archived games.

What We Cover

Today is

October 2020
M T W T F S S
« Sep    
 1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
262728293031  

Posts Tagged ‘Sacramento.’

Former Oklahoma star Paris signed by Tulsa Shock

 

The Tulsa Shock  have signed former Oklahoma Sooners star Courtney Paris.

Paris finished her career with 20 NCAA and 57 Big 12 records.

Her twin sister, Ashley also played at Oklahoma.

Courtney Paris (courtesy of Oklahoma athletics)

Bad luck has seemed to follow Paris in her quest for a pro career.

Paris was the No. 7 overall pick of Sacramento in 2009 but the team folded at the end of the season. The 6-foot-4 daughter of former NFL player, Bubba Paris, was selected in the dispersal draft by Chicago but did not earn a roster spot. In 2011, she signed with the Los Angeles Sparks and was waived three months later. She landed with Atlanta in June 2011 and was waived a few weeks ago.

 

Info compiled from WNBA, Tulsa Shock & Oklahoma Sooners news

Lakers’ World Peace gets 7-game suspension by NBA

 

Metta World Peace formerly Ron Artest (file photo)

In case you missed it, NBA star Ron Artest has changed his name to Metta World Peace.

The Los Angeles Lakers forward was ejected from Sunday’s double overtime win over the Oklahoma City Thunder, 114-106.

World Peace has been suspended for seven games by the NBA for swinging an elbow that hit the head of Oklahoma City guard James Harden in Sunday’s nationally-televised game.

The controversial World Peace will miss the Lakers’ regular-season finale on Thursday at Sacramento and their first six playoff games, the NBA announced on Tuesday. He will be forfeiting some money as well, $347,849.

The latest suspension marks the 10th time since 2003 that World Peace has been suspended by the NBA.

 

Info compiled from NBA, Los Angeles Lakers, Radio & TV news

United Football League to delay start of season

 

(courtesy of United football League via wikipedia commons)

With the National Football League trying to end its lockout and get training camps and preseason games underway, the United Football League has announced that it will be pushing back the start of its season from August to September.

The schedule switch does not help the UFL which has lost more than $100 million in the first two years of its existence.

The UFL has teams in Omaha, Hartford, Norfolk, Las Vegas and Sacramento.

The league had hoped to gain viewers and fans during the NFL lockout, by scheduling early-season games on Sundays.

 

Info compiled from staff, Radio, TV & United Football League

Rambis fired as T-Wolves coach

 

Kurt Rambis in 2010 as Minnesota coach (photo by k1k0.com via wikipedia commons)

The Minnesota Timberwolves fired Kurt Rambis on Tuesday, ending more than three months of rumors and speculation surrounding the coach of the NBA’s worst team in 2010-2011.

Rambis could never get the T-wolves going in two years. He had a record of 32-132, which breaks down to 15-67 in 2009-2010 and 17-65 in 2010-2011. Not enough progress for David Khan, President of Basketball operations to keep him on as head coach.

Rambis had a 4-year contract and Minnesota will have to pay him the remaining two years worth $4 million on the deal.

The 53-year-old Rambis won four NBA titles while playing with the Los Angeles Lakers. He also played with Charlotte, Phoenix and Sacramento.

 

Info compiled from NBA & Minnesota Timberwolves news

 

Lakers’ Artest honored by writers

 

Ron Artest (file photo)

Ron Artest at one time used to be known as one of the bad boys of the NBA. But in his stints in Houston and Los Angeles, he has been on his best behavior.

The Lakers forward has been rewarded with the J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award which is presented annually by the Professional Basketball Writers Association.

A product of St. John’s University, the small forward has also played with Chicago, Indiana and Sacramento in the NBA.

 

compiled from NBA, Radio & TV news

 Page 1 of 2  1  2 »