Navigation
Soziale Netzwerke
Benutzer Online
Gäste Online: 26
Mitglieder Online: 0


Registrierte Mitglieder: 144
Neustes Mitglied: BENATE

Former NBA and Michigan big man Robert "Tractor" Traylor (34) was found dead
NewsTraylor was drafted by the Mavericks and traded to the Milwaukee Bucks in 1998, and played for seven seasons in the NBA, also with the Hornets (both in Charlotte and New Orleans) and the Cavaliers.
In a statement on Wednesday, the Bucks reacted to the news.
"The entire Milwaukee Bucks organization is saddened by the news of Robert Traylor’s death. Robert was a fierce competitor on the court who helped the Bucks reach the playoffs in each of his two seasons in Milwaukee," the statement read. "Off the court he was a gentle giant, displaying his smile and care, especially toward young people through his involvement in school visits and his work with the Special Olympics clinic.
Robert Traylor, pictured here with the Cavaliers, died at age 34. (AP Photo)"Our deepest sympathies go out to his family and friends."
According to the Detroit Free Press, echoed the sentiments of the Bucks, saying Michigan was saddened by the big man's passing.
"Our sympathies go out to his family during this difficult time," Brandon added.
On Twitter, Indiana coach Tom Crean lamented the loss of the former Wolverine.
"We battled against him and he might have been the most time consuming and mind challenging matchup we ever faced and we as coaches weren't even playing," Crean wrote on Twitter. "He had great feet and hands and a very soft touch. He also wasn't nicknamed Tractor for nothing.
"In Milwaukee we lived one neighborhood apart and I would see him at the Bradley Center. I always saw him as a very gentle person with people who was very shy in public. Because of that shyness and gentle nature he was probably misunderstood and not respected like he could have been.
"As in most cases with people we don't know well we usually don't get a chance to tell people what they mean to us. Although I didn't know him well, he made me a better coach because you really had to have a plan to stop him. Rest in peace Robert and I hope God was in your Heart when it was your time to meet him."
Read more: http://aol.sportingnews.com/nba/story/2011-05-11/robert-tractor-traylor-found-dead-at-age-of-34#ixzz1M7LGsjeq
Kommentare
Dieser Beitrag wurde noch nicht kommentiert.
Kommentar hinzufügen
Nur Mitgliedern ist das Kommentieren gestattet.
Bewertungen
Nur Mitglieder können Bewertungen abgeben.

Bitte einloggen oder registrieren.

Keine Bewertungen abgegeben.
Partnerseiten
Phone Publisher
Stream 0341 / 566810556
PhoneBox 0341 / 566810555
Über diese Nummern könnt ihr uns auch am Telefon hören und Eure Grüße aufsprechen
(bei vorhandener Festnetzflat sogar kostenlos)
Innovationen am Telefon
Login
Benutzername

Passwort



Passwort vergessen?
Jetzt ein neues Passwort zuschicken lassen.
Shoutbox
Gästen ist das schreiben von Mitteilungen nicht erlaubt.


24. Januar 2016 14:56:01
Buchempfehlung des Newcomers Stefan Schmahl: [url]http://www.am
azon.de/Menschensk
inder-Ph%C3%A4nome
num-I-Stefan-Schma
hl/dp/3946308171/r
ef=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&q
id=1452599246&sr=8-
6&keywords=stef

06. November 2015 19:09:27
Hier gilt es, für die Hela zu voten: http://www.radiob.
..?refresh=5

28. Oktober 2015 20:31:24
Schüler der Hela in Bitterfeld bewerben sich für ein Konzert mit Glasperlenspiel an ihrer Schule. Bitte votet http://www.radiob.
..ndarschule

22. Juni 2015 17:45:11
hab ich da was mal wieder verpasst Angry Angry wo bleibt meine Mucke heullllllllllllll.
warn ne geile Zeit muss ich schon sagen

21. Juni 2015 13:06:08
Wird schon weiter gehen Grin aber erst einmal Kraft schöpfen für neue Aufgaben Wink

Copyright © 2010 - 2014 by GoitzscheWelle
Design by PHPfusionStyle.com
Powered by PHP-Fusion copyright © 2002 - 2018 by Nick Jones.
Released as free software without warranties under GNU Affero GPL v3.