You know this dunk from Harrison barnes on Nikola Pekovic is insane for a couple of reasons, Barnes cutting full speed to the basket, and David Lee hitting him in stride perfectly with the no-look pass before Barnes elevates and detonates on Pekovic is just flat-out fantastic. Two, just look at the Warriors bench, barely able to contain themselves with excitement after Barnes does the deed, and stares down Pekovic afterward for good measure.
James Harrison, an Akron, Ohio, native who played at Kent State before embarking upon a unique, winding NFL journey that’s taken him from street free agent to NFL Defensive Player of the Year, had his $100,000 donation approved by the school’s board of trustees on Wednesday.
The weight room in the indoor field house at Kent State University will soon be named after Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison. A donation of $100,000 will do that.
Harrison’s agent, Bill Parise, believes Harrison still might be ready for the Sept. 9 opener against the Broncos in Denver if the former NFL Defensive Player of the Year has to have arthroscopic surgery.
Harrison, 34, has dealt with an inflamed knee since minicamp this spring and has been on the PUP list for more than two weeks.