RT @jkubatko: 📅 On this day in 1989, the @Bucks Ricky Pierce set a team single-game record for most points off the bench with 45 in a loss to the Kings. Pierce shot 17-26 from the field (including 3-4 on 3-pointers) and 8-9 from the FT line. It was the only 40-point game of his career. https://t.co/UfSb5LX9oo
RT @NBACobwebs: Sidney Moncrief & Marques Johnson led Milwaukee to a Game 5 win over New Jersey in the '84 Eastern Conference Semis. In the series, Don Nelson hid signals from Nets assistant coach John Killilea, an assistant with the Bucks the previous season. Bucks 94, Nets 82 May 8, 1984. https://t.co/c60C9RYfZw
No. That was just his personality! Hahaha #Andy
RT @mattschneidman: Jon Runyan Jr. was an Eagles fan from ages 3 to 22. He grew up in their locker room. His mom gave him a Carson Wentz jersey just last Christmas. Talked to Jon Sr. and Loretta Runyan about their son’s first start likely coming against dad’s former team: https://t.co/adQ69XoCgf https://t.co/Vc2OnffZRp
And if this were Indiana would he and other AD's be as concerned? Doubt it.
Sorry. Where was I wrong on Brett? Just like Peyton Manning the man cost them several times in playoffs with interceptions.
@SparkyRadio 3/3 Yet, in 16 seasons as starting QB in GB, the Packers had 1 losing season. This includes the early years 92-94, when GB was rebuilding, the GREAT years 95-98, and I remind you, the defense lost SB 32, not the QB, followed by 7 years of Sherman, and another rebuild w TT & Mac