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Wednesday And-1 links: Weird Jeremy Lin dances sweeping the globe

Mar 28, 2012, 12:01 PM EDT

Here is our daily look around the NBA — links to stories worth reading and notes to check out (stuff that did not get its own post here at PBT) — done in bullet point form. Because bloggers love bullet points.

• Honestly, I have no idea what to make of this odd Jeremy Lin dance from a television show in the Far East (I am not guessing at the country), but I kept watching it. I know that doesn’t speak well of me. Hat tip The Basketball Jones.

• In case you missed it, last night Kobe Bryant moved past Michael Jordan to into second on the all-time list of most points a player has scored with one franchise. (Karl Malone is your leader.)

• There are reasons Grizzlies fans should be concerned that billionaire Larry Ellison is thinking about purchasing the team. There are reasons to improve the situation. But know that moving them out of Memphis before 2021 is going to be very difficult and involve a healthy court battle.

Eric Gordon is just days away from rejoining the New Orleans Hornets lineup.

• The NBA is now selling T-shirts with players’ twitter handles on them. The shirts have a team logo on one side and the player’s Twitter handle above his uniform number on the other. Players such as Kevin Durant, Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony and Chris Paul are featured, and you can get them at the NBA Store.

• Gregg Popovich thinks Boris Diaw has never been in shape. He’s right.

• The Miami Heat let you take (and make) too many threes. That could come back to bite them.

• A fantastic essay on GM Geoff Petrie and the Sacramento Kings.

• Dwyane Wade has written a book about fatherhood.

• Everyone around the Warriors expects Stephen Curry to shut it down for the season, but there is nothing official yet.

John Wall thinks coach John Calipari will stay at Kentucky and not jump to the NBA. Wall will only be asked this same question 400 times between now and July.

• One-time can’t miss prospect, now huge question mark Renardo Sidney — the power forward from Mississippi State — has signed with an agent and will declare for the 2012 NBA draft. DraftExpress does not have him being drafted, but if he shows well at the combine and in workouts maybe somebody takes a chance on him in the second round.

Some really good advice for college players thinking of putting their names in for the NBA draft.

• Making the case that Kevin Durant could, maybe should, win the league’s Most Improved Player award.

Jordan Hill has barely seen the court since being traded to the Lakers (just over three minutes total), and he’s not going to get any more burn soon because of a sprained knee.

Carlos Delfino injured his groin Monday night against the Knicks and reportedly was in “substantial pain.”

• Houston has signed forward Malcolm Thomas to a 10-day contract.

• The Wizards have brought back Cartier Martin and signed him to a 10-day contract.

• Memphis has sent Josh Selby to the D-League.

  1. limonadamas - Mar 28, 2012 at 1:23 PM

    Can anyone out there translate what the video’s about? (no racist crap, please…)

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