Wednesday, October 4, 2006

Harlem Globetrotter Signed to Camp

(Boulder-CO) Just when you think that Nuggets camp just can’t get anymore confusing. The Nuggets sign a Harlem Globetrotter to attend training camp in Durango. Jefferson Sobral, forward, signed to play with the Globetrotters back in 2005 after he played a brief stint with the Idaho Stampede back in 2005.

I don’t know much about Sobral, but what I do know a lot about is the Denver Nuggets. Imagine if you will, just for a second, a baby duckling swimming across the Nile river. That poor little duckling doesn’t have long to live, I think we could all agree on that, because a 20-foot crocodile is about to make a quick snack of him. Said crocodile is the already overcrowded front line of the Denver Nuggets. Said duckling is Sobral. Unfortunately for Sobral, I relate the chances of him making the team to about the same probability of that duckling making it across the river safely.

With this signing the Nuggets now have 19 players on paper. Only 15 players make the team. You do the math and wait for the feathers to fly!

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