Charlotte Hornets forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist has hamburger named after him. It looks delicious. Kidd-Gilchrist worked with chefs David Lucarelli and Rifali Almunir of the Cowfish to develop the Motor Keeps Going, which will cost you $20. There's also a feel-good catch, too — $5 of every sale will go to A Child's Place, a well-known charity that helps homeless children find stability in their lives through housing and schooling. The half-pound turkey burger reflects MKG's healthy eating choices and comes with sweet potato fries and a vegetarian sushi roll. You can learn more about Cowfish by visiting www.thecowfish.com.
So good that Kemba Walker became just the second player in the last 10 years with at least 29 points, 8 assists, 7 rebounds, 3 steals and 0 turnovers in a game. #NBABallot Seriously, we need to get Kemba in the All-Star Game. Stat via @ChrisPalmerNBA
Today is Thursday, January 8. Did you know that Kemba Walker is not among the top 10 guards in the East in the latest All-Star Game ballot update and that there is just 11 days left for fans to vote? We need to change this. Walker has been playing like one of the best guards not just in the East, but in the NBA lately. Three consecutive games with 30 or more points. His game averages in December and January: 22.6 points, 5.3 assists, 3.1 rebounds, 1.4 steals, 42.8% FG, 36.4% 3FG, 85% FT. His 3.33:1 assist to turnover ratio is second-best in the Association behind some guy named Chris Paul. He has carried his team on his back since Al Jefferson and Lance Stephenson got injured. Need I remind y'all of this? Plus, Kemba is from the Bronx, so what better time for him to go to the All-Star Game than when it is in New York? The time is now, ladies and gentlemen! We need to get Kemba in the All-Star Game! Remember, post his first and last name (Kemba Walker) with the hashtag #NBABallot on as many social media sites as you can. Let's send Kemba home!
That's right, Hollywoodmemorabilia.com (don't know how this could be hollywood worthy) is selling a signed photo of the infamous 2006-2007 Charlotte Bobcats. The only one who didn't sign the photo was Okafor, and they're asking for $100. I'm asking that the ROF community comes together and purchases this photo, like each of us throw in $5, to own this timeless piece of history.