Occasionally, from week to week, a league will go back and adjust the statline in a game. Yu Darvish gives up a hit, or LeBron loses a rebound, or Jamaal Charles loses three yards and everyone in your fantasy league ends up in last place. This is more or less like that, except 20 years after the fact.
Last night, Kendra Davis, wife of NBA forward Antonio Davis, attempted to clear her "name" on CNBC's "The Big Picture With Donny Deutsch" in her first public comments since the incident in Chicago where her husband ran in the stands to "protect" her.
Anna Benson and Ron Artest have already found new homes, and now Kendra Davis joins in the fun, as the Knicks sent her and her husband back to Toronto in exchange for Jalen Rose and a first-round pick.
We will say this: We haven't heard of any arrests or any outstanding delinquent payment on civil suits from Michael Axelrod lately. We will say that.
Hey, anyone who still thinks the fan was totally to blame for the Antonio Davis running-into-the-stands incident, please raise their hands. Anyone? Anyone?
This menacing individual, as many of you probably know by now, is Michael Axelrod, the fan that Antonio Davis sprinted into the stands Wednesday night to save his wife from. But word's beginning to trickle out now, as first reported here yesterday, that it was Kendra Davis who was the instigator of the incident.…
Deadspin reader Tom Malkin was in a section right by Antonio Davis' wife during the incident at the United Center last night, and he has a very different take on what actually happened prior to Davis' stomp upstairs. Here's an excerpt:
As most of you have probably already seen this morning, Knicks forward Antonio Davis ran into the stands last night in Chicago to "protect his wife from an intoxicated fan." Davis said, "I saw him touch her, and I know I should not have acted the way I did, but I would have felt terrible if I didn't react. I felt I…