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Duke’s freshman forward Jabari Parker has decided to retire his final three years of eligibility to pursue a career in the NBA. The 6-foot-8 workhorse joins Corey Maggette, Luol Deng, Kyrie Irving and Austin Rivers as Blue Devils freshman to enter the draft after just one year of college basketball. Kyrie Irving was selected as the number one pick overall in the 2011 Draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers.
In an essay written by Parker, he wrote: “I realize how much of a privilege and an honor it is to join the ranks of the NBA. I will do everything in my power to help deliver championships to the franchise that drafts me. At the same time, I recognize the obligation to represent the league in an admirable way off the court.”
Parker also spoke about his one year at Duke, saying it “has been a cherished chapter in my life. I’m very fortunate to have worn the blue and white. And I will always carry with me the memories of playing in front of the Crazies at Cameron. Now it’s time to write the next chapter.”
Duke’s head coach Mike Krzyzewski said in a statement, “Jabari could not have been better. He is the epitome of what you would want a basketball player to be – outstanding every day on the practice court and in the classroom and a very humble young man. He had a fantastic freshman year and is so deserving of the opportunity to play in the NBA and follow his dream.”
Jabari Parker is projected to be the second pick in June’s upcoming draft. He stands behind Kansas guard Andrew Wiggins. He led Duke to a 26-9 season, averaging 19.1 points per game, 8.7 rebounds per game, 1.2 blocks per game and 1.2 assists per game. He also set or tied Duke freshman records for points (670), points per game, rebounds (306), double-doubles (14), double-figure scoring games (33) and 20-point games (18).
Chad Johnson, former NFL-star, has decided to make his return to the playing fields in the Canadian Football League. The veteran receiver signed a two-year contract with the Montreal Alouettes on Thursday after impressing team officials at a minicamp in Vero Beach, Fla. His last game in the NFL was during the 2011 season, when he was playing for the New England Patriots.
Alouettes general manager Jim Popp said in a statement, “Chad Johnson did an outstanding job the last three days. As we added him into the mix, it was to see how he communicated with the players, how he held himself, the way he physically held up, his true interest in coming to the CFL.” Popp then added, “It was a total evaluation so that it’s a good fit. He was very happy and very excited to be on the field again, and we are happy to welcome him to the Alouettes.”
Chad Johnson, who once changed his last name to Ochocinco, spent most of his 11 NFL seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals. In 166 career games, the six-time Pro Bowler caught 766 passes for 11,059 yards and 67 touchdowns.
In 2012, he attended training camp with the Miami Dolphins, his hometown team. His contract was later terminated one day after he was charged with misdemeanor domestic battery. A plea deal was eventually worked out, but after a probation violation Johnson wound up going to jail for a few days after a judge objected to the way he slapped his lawyer in the butt in celebration.
The Montreal Alouettes are pretty set with a solid core of wide receivers already. They have Duron Carter, S.J. Green and Jamel Richardson. The Alouettes will hold a training camp in June and open their regular season at Calgary on June 28.
Johnson is not the first player with a checkered past to be signed by the Alouettes. The team also gave oft-troubled running back Lawrence Phillips a chance on what became a Grey Cup-winning team in 2002.
The Boston Red Sox will travel to Chicago to play the White Sox for the second of a three-game series at U.S. Cellular Field. Some of the main talk is with Dustin Pedroia, who is pretty positive he will be in the Red Sox’s lineup after missing two games. Boston hops he can get out of his current slump on Wednesday Night and lift the Red Sox’s dipping run production.
Dustin Pedroia will be returning after an MRI revealed no structural damage in his left wrist. He entered Tuesday’s game as a pinch runner as the Red Sox lost 2-1. Over the past six games he has played, he has gone 3 for 27 and hasn’t been real clutch stranding 17 runners over that string of games. “Hopefully Pedroia is all right, and we get him back in the lineup just to kind of find our identity and who we are,” first baseman Mike Napoli told Boston’s official website.
Napoli is listed as day-to-day after dislocating his left ring finger Tuesday. He was sliding into the second base when he injured it, causing x-rays to come back negative. There is a chance he could miss this game against the White Sox.
The Red Sox have been in a bit of a slump over their last five games, losing four of those games. They’ve only managed to score 12 runs over that span. The White Sox, on the other hand, have won four of their last five and are playing very well. In Wednesday night’s game, the Boston Red Sox will start Clay Buchholz and the White Sox will start John Danks. Buchholz (0-1) got lit up in his first start, but started to see some daylight against the Yankees. On the other side, Danks (1-0) will have pressure as Chicago looks for their third straight win. Through both of his starts this season, he has been quite consistent. He earned a 7-3 victory Thursday against the Cleveland Indians, yielding three runs on six hits in six innings.
“With my arm strength and everything, it got a lot better within a five-day span,” Buchholz said after his last start. “Usually, it doesn’t happen that quick. I felt a lot more comfortable with each pitch out there tonight. I’ve got to minimize the damage a little bit more in a couple of spots. Other than that I felt like I threw the ball pretty well.” Buchholz will look to have a good outing Wednesday in hopes of getting out of his early season slump.
The game will start at 8:10 PM ET on Wednesday. The Red Sox are 3-5 on the road and the White Sox are 6-2 at home.
The 6-foot-8 Grant is considered a first-round pick and multiple NBA executives told ESPN that he will likely be taken in the 15 to 25 range in the June draft. He averaged 12.1 points and 6.8 rebounds per game last season, joining point guard Tyler Ennis in leaving Syracuse for the NBA. Ennis will depart after just one season and is also projected as a first rounder. The Orange are also losing senior C.J. Fair.
“After extensive discussions with my family and coaches, I have decided to pursue my dream of playing professional basketball and enter the 2014 NBA Draft,” Grant said in a release issued by Syracuse. “I am so thankful to Coach Boeheim and the rest of the Orange coaching staff for guiding me throughout my college career, and am grateful to my teammates for two incredible seasons. I am excited to start my journey in the NBA, but I also look forward to finishing my college degree. I cannot thank my coaches, teammates and the entire Orange community enough for all of their support.”
Syracuse will likely start another freshman, Kaleb Joseph, at the point next season. Coach Jim Boeheim will return big men Rakeem Christmas and DaJuan Coleman and will also have shooting guard Trevor Cooney and reserve wing Michael Gbinije back. Keep your eyes on freshman forward Tyler Roberson to have an increased role and also for incoming freshman Chris McCullough to make an immediate impact.
The Syracuse Orange finished the season at 28-6 and ended up losing to Dayton in the round of 32. Jerami Grant is looking forward to improving as a basketball player and hopes to excel in the NBA.
On Monday, Portland Trail Blazers star Damian Lillard signed a contract extension with adidas that will make him one of the highest-earning endorsers in the NBA. The deal, which can extend to 10 years, could be worth up to $100 million including incentives and options, sources told ESPN. It’s believed to be the largest shoe deal since Derrick Rose signed a 13-year deal in 2012 that could be worth more than $185 million. LeBron James and Kevin Durant, both of whom are with Nike, are the highest-earning active players when it comes to shoe endorsements.
Lillard was the 2013 Rookie of the Year and made his first All-Star appearance this season. He connected with young fans because of his shooting ability and easygoing personality. He has averaged 20.8 points and 5.6 assists in helping the Blazers clinch a playoff spot with the fifth seed. “Adidas has been great to me over my first two seasons,” said Lillard in a release. “I’ve had the opportunity to wear a lot of great product, help design special versions of shoes, be a part of TV commercials and travel the world with the brand. I’m excited for what the future holds for me and adidas.”
As adidas continues to market Lillard more, the question will be whether he can break out of the Portland market, which could be a challenge. It’s not impossible, as both James and Durant became marketing icons playing in Cleveland and Oklahoma City, respectively. Lillard signed a deal with adidas after he was drafted sixth overall in the 2012 draft, but it included an opt-out clause after this season, which would have enabled him to hit the open market. But adidas reached an agreement on the big extension with Lillard and agent Aaron Goodwin, who also negotiated James’ and Durant’s first deals with Nike when they came into the league.