The Inside the NBA crew had special guest Randy Moss on the show on Thursday. So, naturally they played a little football. It turns out Shaq is a pretty decent strong safety. If NFL players thought Kam Chancellor was an intimidating presence over the middle, imagine Shaq in pads barreling down on a receiver.
We also got to see what a 7’1 break dancer would look like.
The Ducks and Avalanche now have to play half of their game with no intermission.
Hockey may not be at the mercy of the weather like other sports, but they certainly have their own delay problems. Take the Anaheim Ducks and Colorado Avalanche, for example, who were delayed for 45 minutes minutes thanks to a cracked glass panel.
Eric Gelinas was the culprit of the glass breaking, as his shot missed the Ducks’ net and cracked the glass behind John Gibson.
Play was stopped after the whistle, and the maintenance crew in Anaheim came on to the ice to remove the cracked panel.
Which took a long time. A very long time. Mostly because the stanchion keeping the glass panels upright wouldn’t budge, which kept the crew from removing the glass and replacing it.
When they finally got the glass removed, the panel needed to be cut down to size to fit, leaving a gigantic hole behind the Ducks net where the glass once was.