Your morning links. Happy National Tick Tock Day
- I'm not 100% sure what Tick Tock Day actually is, but it appears to be a day where you note if you've accomplished things in the past year. While a clock runs loudly nearby. Presumably.
- There's a very limited number of Hornet stories out on the internets today. Post 'em in the comments if you got 'em, but otherwise a league wide recap shall have to suffice.
- Gilbert Arenas makes a shot off the rim off the shot clock. Then argues that it never actually touched the shot clock.
- Jimmy Smith writes for the TP that improved revenue sharing would be beneficial to teams like the Hornets.
- The Wizards' Javale McGee and Andray Blatche got in a fight last week. Now the Wizards are assessing the trade values of each. Let's just say that if Dell Demps was to acquire Javale McGee, I would be very tempted to renege on an outrageous promise I'd swear to keep if said deal was to go through.
- Byron Scott calls the lack of effort around the NBA "scary." Not one to give the media juicy quotes during his time in New Orleans, Byron has really let himself go, eh?
- Finally, Ron Artest wants to close games out. Phil Jackson wisely doesn't want Ron Artest closing games out.