Chris Douglas-Roberts born January 8, 1987 in Detroit, Michigan is an American professional basketball player who last played for the Dallas Mavericks of the NBA. He played college basketball for the Memphis Tigers. High school Douglas-Roberts played high school Basketball at Cass Technical High School and Northwestern High School. ...Read Full Story
Apparently, we at The Daily Heat weren’t the only ones who believed Cleveland Cavaliers guard Mo Williams had a massive overreaction to LeBron James’ departure.
Upon reading the story on how Williams contemplated retirement following James’ exit to the Miami Heat, Milwaukee Bucks swingman Chris Douglas-Roberts had this to say via Twitter:
While Douglas-Roberts’ reaction may get the jersey-burners in Cleveland a tad bit upset, it’s absolutely hilarious. He’s so on the money with his...Read Full Story
We spend a ton of time on Twitter every day. We have to, it’s the fastest way to get breaking NBA news and information and to connect with our readers, basketball fans and other basketball outlets.
Along the way though, we find ourselves laughing every single day at the tweets from NBA players, bloggers and fans. We decided that every afternoon we’re going to put the best tweets (both funny and informative) we see that day in one place for our dimemag.com readers who either aren’t on Twitter...Read Full Story
Photo Source: [NY Daily News]The Run-Down2007-08 Season Averages: 18.1ppg, 54 FG%, 4.1rpgHeight: 6'7" Weight: 200lbs Position: SG Class: JuniorAge: 21 years oldBest Case Comparison: Jerry StackhouseWorst Case Comparisons: Marquis Daniels, Julius HodgeStrengths:SizeWingspanFirst StepExplosivenessAggressivenessWeaknesses:Mid-range gamePull-up jumperBulkBall-Handling at timesDecision-makingMy take: Mock drafts have CDR dropping anywhere in the 20's of the 1st round. Collegehoops.net even has...Read Full Story
When the death of Osama Bin Laden was announced plenty of Americans took to the streets in celebration. It was for good reason, as our military finally took down the 9/11 mastermind. Milwaukee Bucks forward Chris Douglas-Roberts wasn't one that was celebrating.
CDR took to Twitter to voice his opinion and it wasn't well received to say the least.
Is this a celebration?? Is this the beginning of a huge religious war? I hope not. (shaking my head)
It took 919,967 deaths to kill that one...Read Full Story
Follow Memphis's guard Chris Douglas Roberts in the 2008 March Madness Tournament. He is 6-7, 200 lb. sophomore from Detroit, MI. Roberts led the Tigers in scoring with 17 points per game, on the way to Memphis' undefeated conference record.