Deadspin tipped us off to Page2's "interview" with former St. Joe's University stud Delonte West. He talks about his ideal date.
So, I pick her up in my white convertible. From there, I'd have the
music pumping on the radio. The Jim Jones pumping, you know, 'Summer in
Miami' song pumping. Got to keep a little gangsta, you can't be too
soft. You can't be in there playing some guy that's crying, talking
about don't leave me and love me baby, wah wah and all that. So Jim
Jones pumping and then from there, wind blowing through the hair, boom,
we get straight to the point -- we eat afterwards because I don't want
to kiss no onions. I don't want to kiss you tasting like onions and
steak and mushrooms and everything."
God bless you Delonte. You do really have to read the whole thing to get the full effect. Philadelphia's finest spreadin' the love in Boston. Maybe he really belongs in Japan.
With the matchups for Saint Joseph's men's basketball's conference slate already set, the Hawks have now added an old northeast corridor rival to the nonconference portion of their schedule.
The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced Monday afternoon that St. Joe's and St. John's will meet on Dec. 20 during of the seventh annual Hall of Fame Holiday Showcase at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut. Providence and Houston will play in the other contest of the two-game event.
“We are honored to be associated with the Basketball Hall of Fame, an organization that promotes all levels of the game," Saint Joseph’s head coach Phil Martelli said in a statement released Monday. "We're delighted for our players to have the opportunity to compete against the legendary St. John's program and are looking forward to an old-fashioned Philly vs. New York matchup.”
The two schools have played just once in the past 37 years—when the sides met at Hagan Arena in 2013, the Red Storm pulled out a narrow victory to advance to the second round of the NIT. But December's matchup will be the 58th all-time meeting between the programs.
Saint Joseph's last played at the Mohegan Sun Arena back in the 2015 Hall of Fame Showcase, losing to Florida before knocking off Old Dominion in the consolation game. The Hawks return nearly their entire roster for the 2017-18 season, including all five starters, led by the backcourt duo of Shavar Newkirk and Lamarr Kimble.
While things in the world of the Phillies are going about as poorly as anyone could have expected, Chase Utley reminded us over the weekend that he is still a bad man at the ripe old age of 38.
Check out this sick diving stop he made over the weekend during the Dodgers game against the Florida Marlins.
Just Chase being Chase.
Oh, and earlier in the weekend Utley is sprinting out of the dugout to get up in people's grills when Giancarlo Stanton even looks in his teammates' direction. Miss that guy. Always.
(Let's just ignore his numbers on the season (.205/.302/.289))