Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Some late-afternoon linkage: Wednesday, March 4th

- Friend of the blog Bob Mantz details the horrible accident in which Albert Haynesworth injured a 25-year-old man after the cars wrecked. The man is now unable to walk. Haynesworth was driving in excess of 100mph at the time of the crash, but no one seems to be talking about that right now.

- Kurt Warner, after undoubtedly many hours of prayer and trying to use the 49ers to jack up the Cardinals' price, has signed a two-year, $23 million deal with Arizona, with a whopping $19 million of it guaranteed.

- CBS's Ken Berger details why the Pistons are better off without Allen Iverson in the lineup.

- New Celtic Stephon Marbury says there is no bitterness from him towards the New York Knicks.

- Joe Smith signs with Cavs; Drew Gooden signs with Spurs; Luther Head signs with Heat.

- Via The Scores Report, Mark Cuban is not especially pleased with the recent effort the Mavericks have been giving.

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