Teague hits the right mark in Hawks debut | ajc.com
Teague led the Hawks with 19 points off the bench and a team-high 33 minutes as the Hawks' starters built a huge lead and the second unit cruised, for the most part, over the Hornets.
Jon Greenberg: Chicago Bulls' rookies look ready for the spotlight - ESPN Chicago
Johnson, who probably can play all three frontcourt spots, is a load. Given his extensive martial arts background, the Wake Forest star likely is starting with a competitive spirit, and ability to focus on the court, that has been lacking in past rookie big men on the Chicago roster. Sure, Eddy Curry could do a backflip, but when you forget to jump when standing upright, all the freaky athleticism in the world won't help you under the basket.
Chris Paul tells his story through children's book - ESPN
Chris Paul wrote a children's book he hopes will show them the meaning of perseverance.
Wake Forest knows what they are going to get out of Aminu and McFarland, so the most important players to watch are the other frontcourt players. David Weaver has experience and Tony Woods was pretty productive last year when he was given the opportunity. And there is sophomore Ty Walker who is full of potential and is expected to at least turninto a great shot blocker at some point in his career. Aminu and McFarland will not be able to play 30 minutes a game and at least one of those three has to step up and become a major contributor off the bench.
Maryland (2-3) at Wake Forest (3-2) - CharlotteObserver.com
The Demon Deacons have had to scratch and claw their way to a 3-2 record. But with the offense now rounding into form, and the home crowd behind them, this could be the game where they make a statement in the ACC. Sports Network Predicted Outcome: Wake Forest 41, Maryland 17