That didn't take long.
This might be the least believable flop I've ever seen in the NBA.
This is not a thing that normal people do:
The Triangle-area athletes-getting-in-trouble scene is tangled, and recently, quite busy. Let's put some pieces together.
Former UNC star P.J. Hairston—who was forced to turn pro and spend last season in the D-League after being suspended by the NCAA for receiving impermissible benefits—went to a local pickup game at the YMCA this weekend, where he got mad and punched a 17-year-old kid he was playing against.
When Josh Gordon needed $500 to get out of jail Saturday, a familiar name came to his rescue.
Texas guard Julien Lewis is 6'3", and should probably know better than to try and stop North Carolina 6'6" freshman star P.J. Hairston. But he didn't, and it's to all of our benefit to be able to watch. [ESPN]
P.J. Hairston, the No. 13 senior in the country, according to people who believe in the mostly arbitrary rankings of high school students, announced over the weekend that he would attend the University of North Carolina. The 6'4" swingman, who finished up his prep career at the Hargrave Military Academy in Chatham,…