Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Big Sky morning links -- Feb. 17


From the Standard Examiner ... Damian Lillard debuts 'Baby Dame DOLLA' rapping in bizarre State Farm ad

(side note: On a scale of 1-10 how bad are the State Farm commercials depicting Chris Paul as "dad," DeAndre Jordan as "mom," Kevin Garnett as "grandpa," Kevin Love as a "brother" and Damian Lillard as a "baby?"

This is the scale ...

1-They're kinda funny, Kyle. Don't overreact to a Fortune 500 company thinking it's a good idea to turn Jordan, a 6-foot-11, 27-year-old center, into the housewife of Chris Paul, a moody, 30-year-old point guard.

10-They're awful. Exactly how much did State Farm pay Kevin Love for him to acquiesce to the idea of taking his bearded face and placing it on the body of a 10 year old? Every player involved in the commercials, with the exception of Lillard, should be forced to retire from the league immediately.

Me? I'd give the commercials a 9.6.)


From the Idaho State Journal ... Court Confessional: ISU's stadium quandry limiting success? ... the Bengals have two different home arenas (kind of) and neither is the perfect solution.


From Skyline Sports ... FIRST LOOK: Montana hosts Montana State for 2nd round of hoops rivalry

The Grizzlies have received their first commitment for the 2017 recruiting class, a 6-2 guard from Dublin, California.

The Bozeman Daily Chronicle has this ... Big Sky: Officials got Green technical foul wrong


From the Spokeman Review ... EWU’s Austin McBroom earns national honor


The Spectrum is selling hope ... Tournament gives chance to salvage seasons

Kyle Franko

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