The Links: Do the Pistons have an Adreian Payne lookalike and where does Earl Boykins rank in Washington Wizards history?

September 23, 2012 in Roundup

Our Sunday roundup of news from around the state.

Manny Harris made the right decision signing overseas. (Ridiculous Upside)

Magic Johnson spent $50 million on his investment in the L.A. Dodgers. (Wall Street Journal)

Michigan State students take halfcourt shots to win tickets. (The Dagger)

MSU’s Ken Kaminski will miss up to six months after having surgery on his shoulder. (State News)

My story about Nick Gregory’s display at Art Prize was picked up by Patch. (Fenton Patch)

Eastern Michigan great Earl Boykins is the 23rd best Washington Wizard over the past five seasons. (Truth About It)

Davenport will play a Division I opponent this season. (Davenport Athletics)

The Benton Harbor City Commission recognized new Hall of Famer Chet Walker. (WSJM)

Pistons rookie Andre Drummond often gets confused with Michigan State’s Adreian Payne. (Detroit News)

Chris Kaman, best offensive center in Mavs history already? (ESPN Dallas)

Mott Community College will play a home-and-home with Daley College of Chicago. (Great Lakes Hoops)

Bentley‘s Kyle Kuzma re-classifies to class of 2014 and transfers to a prep school. (Flint Journal)

Jared Field takes Kuzma to task for some derogatory quotes about the conference he’s leaving. (Great Lakes Hoops)

Jalen Rose once purposely injured Kobe Bryant. (SLAM)


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