Big, tough, and ready to punch you in the mouth, Derrick Coleman ain’t here to play around on this week’s episode of Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles.DC gets it crackin’ early, talking about growing up in Detroit and how quickly he knew he was the best. He touches on Syracuse, what it’s like to be one of the greatest in school history, and explains why he stayed all four years. Then we get to the league, coming in early and dominating at a tough position. DC looks back on his time with the Nets, how great it was playing with Kenny Anderson, and he laughs about being one of the few people to posterize Shaq. DC has no problem saying Dream Team II is the best Dream Team — and you just may be swayed! Later on the guys get into the incredible social work Derrick is doing for Michigan and how he’s trying to make an impact on future generations.”From the ghetto to the gold medal,” DC brings the heat!
Channing Frye and Iman Shumpert are back to explain the stakes, place bets and analyze the most valuable players in the NBA Finals.
I am human. Sometimes, in game, I can make it look like I am not. I do things very fast, yes. I work well with my team, yes. I make lots of plays, yes. But I am
Jessica Mendoza's greatest pride is her background. The Olympic Gold Medalist shines light on her Hispanic heritage fueling her career.