Ramel Bradley’s Wednesday Morning Furball
In the two weeks that I have been writing for this site, I have been asked a lot of questions about former players and what they are doing now, and one of the players I have been asked about the most is former UK point gaurd Ramel Bradley. From what I have been able to gather, Ramel is currently playing for a team called Hapoel Jerusalem. When I checked out the Hapoel Jerusalem website, he is listed on their current roster and has appeared in 2 games in the Isreal League scoring 28 total points. However, there isn’t one shred of photographic evidence to support this (he’s not even included in the 2011-2012 team picture), hence the old picture of Ramel Bradley hanging out with the late Bill Keightley instead of a current picture of Ramel hanging out with his new teammates, former NBA players DJ Strawberry and Luke Jackson. In addition to playing euroball, Ramel is also an aspiring musical artist. If you want to keep up with Ramel Bradley, he tweets a lot, so follow him on twitter @dreamsmooth, and check out his website www.dreamsmooth.com.
So there ya go, Ramel is still hooping it up, talking a lot, and hoping to one day become an NBACat. Before you scroll on down to the John Wall recap, please watch this Ramel “Smooth” Bradley rap video, I promise you won’t regret it.
John Wall – Post Game Recap
– The Wizards beat the Portland TrailBlazers last night 124-109 for their 3rd straight road win, and once again, Wall was the main reason why. Wall had 29 points on 10-14 shooting and filled out the rest of the stat sheet with 9 assists, 3 rebounds, 2 blocks, and 1 steal. Over his last 5 games Wall has been tearing it up, averaging 22.6 points, 9.4 assists, 3.0 rebounds, 1.4 steals, 1.4 blocks all the while shooting 54% from the field. Looks like Wall’s parents have been making him study harder after his poor mid-season report card he received less than two weeks ago.
NBACats in the News
– The Chicago Tribune is reporting that Keith Bogans has been waived by the New Jersey Nets in order to make room for former Texas Tech standout Andre Emmett. All I have to say is screw you New Jersey, I never liked your stupid team anyway.
– In year’s past it was quite simple; rookies played for the rookie team, sophmores played for the sophmore team. Well now it’s being called the BBVA Rising Stars Challenge and the teams are called Team Chuck and Team Shaq and John Wall isn’t happy about it.
– Rajon Rondo is giving the media the silent treatment, refusing to speak following the team’s practice yesterday for the second day in a row. Will he finally break his silence today? Will he read NBACats? Will he win a championship with the Lakers? I don’t know the answer to any of those questions.