Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Josh Childress: Back in the USA

Not for fun nor for profit. For sports hernia surgery. In other Childress news, Sekou Smith, in his blog yesterday, teased a yet-to-be-published interview he recently conducted with Josh:
I spoke with Childress at length last week for an interesting Q&A that will be online this week. He mentioned that he was coming back to the states to be examined. I had no idea then that it was something that required surgery. If he’s out that long, his situation with Olympiacos going forward gets very interesting if you’re the Hawks.

Very, very interesting.

It’s impossible to speculate about what might happen. But Childress can opt out of his deal with Olympiacos and the Hawks still own his NBA rights.

Like I said, this latest news could make things very, very interesting.
I doubt it will be anywhere near as interesting as that tease but, really, what have I correctly anticipated regarding this team in the last, oh, nine months.

Also of potential interest: an unsubstantiated rumor that Olympiacos might want Stephon Marbury to replace Childress.

1 comment:

Justice Moustache said...

As one of the most outspoken critics of the "letting" Childress go to Greece move, I'm happily eating my words. Flip and Mo Evans have been a surprisingly wonderful replacement.

Just discovered the blog. Great read; keep it up!