Sleep on the BIG3 all you like, just like some sports networks. But the halfcourt league has woke up the full veteran careers of some big, legendary basketball names.
And after hitting a big-three in the buzzer beating seconds of the BIG3 season for WNBA great and forthcoming STAPLES statue Lisa Leslie’s championship winning Triplets, the MVP of Ice Cube’s league has had a good day.
As former Phoenix Sun, Atlanta Hawks and Brooklyn Nets All Star gunner Joe Johnson is back in the NBA at 38 years forever young.
But the return of Iso Joe in Motown means isolation for Michael Beasley who has been released by the team after coming home from China after the Lakers traded him across STAPLES and locker rooms before he was waived goodbye again by the Clippers. Bease deserves better than this like Lin, but I’m sure he will be picked up by another team soon. It’s just a shame Motor City don’t have their own big three, BIG3 like core coming off the bench in him, Joe and the rejuvenation of Derrick Rose to back up their primetime one of Blake Griffin, Andre Drummond and Reggie Jackson off the pine.
So now with all long and winding roads to the big leagues leading from all sorts of places it looks like the NBA Draft and the G-League isn’t the only way to get into the association via a roster spot. Cue Carmelo Anthony suiting up for the next BIG3 season as we speak.
A more scorching Summer run than the Drew League this league created by N.W.A. rap legend Ice Cube has showcased everyone from a real life Uncle Drew greying Cuttino Mobley taking everyone back to school, to the answer himself Allen Iverson. And with guys like Lamar Odom and Glen ‘Big Baby’ Davis suiting up also it’s hella entertaining too. We just want to see the TNT BIG3 of Shaq and Charles Barkley hooping it up, falling all over each other like Christmas trees and Kenny and Ernie join in too.
Ignore it now network television.
It’s at least worth a $2.6 mill contract for Joe who is back in the L for the first time since the 2017/2018 season after 17 seasons with an average of 16 points each year in the NBA.
Now whose got next?