Thursday, June 26, 2008

Remembering Len Bias

It's that time of year when the NBA Draft rolls around, people also stop to remember the life of Len Bias...ESPN.com has a solid story about Bias and the aftermath of his death....also, is a clip of Bias and what he meant to a lot of people...Bias' death should never have happened, but because of one mistake - doing cocaine to celebrate being drafted by the Boston Celtics - he died...it's not worth it...for those too young to remember, Bias was an amazing basketball player...he was Jordan-like...he would have been a difference maker in the NBA...hopefully his legacy and the mistake he made can be a difference maker in life...
  • Len Bias




  • Look who is in the basement?
    The standings in the A.L. Central on June 26, 2008
    Chicago - 42-35 .545
    Minnesota - 42-36 .538
    Detroit - 37-40 .481
    Kansas City - 36-43 .456
    Cleveland - 35-43 .449

    1 comment:

    linefoscrimmage said...

    Interesting video. Brings back a lot of memories. Interesting just seeing the grave site and hearing the 9-1-1 call.