Adam Morrison is apparently preparing for the end of times, according to Gonzaga star Kyle Wiltjer.
Wiltjer is friends with Morrison, a former star at Gonzaga and NBA Draft lottery pick, and joined the Pardon My Take podcast to discuss his time at the University. While on the podcast, the hosts asked if the 23-year-old could compare himself to his friend Morrison or a poor man’s Christian Laettner. Considering the sad choice of options, Wiltjer apparently went with the lesser of two evils, picking a poor man’s Laettner down to the fact that Morrison evidently has an apocalypse bunker.
“The guy is fully equipped if there was an apocalypse,” Wiltjer told the Podcast. “He’s got food stationed away. Everything. He could survive everything. … Yeah, he’s got guns. A bunker. Everything.”
This only adds to the strange post college career of Morrison, who was drafted No. 3 by Michael Jordan’s then-Charlotte Bobcats. Aside from the fact that he never lived up to expectations, he was called out by former teammate Jared Dudley for never taking showers in the NBA. Morrison’s reasons for having a bunker according to Wiltjer has to do with politics, though he has yet to personally see the apocalyptic shelter.
“He thinks something is going down with politics … He thinks everyone is corrupt.”
One has to imagine that Morrison’s bunker is similar to the one found in the recent movie 10 Cloverfield Lane.
Ten lanes, 120 pins and 86.9 seconds.
That’s what it took for Ben Ketola to set the world record for quickest perfect game in bowling.
Ketola hustled from lane to lane at 281 Bowl in Cortland, N.Y., nailing strike after strike with his two-handed release on his way to a historic 300.
The United States Bowling Congress does not keep records for speed, but Ketola knocked off pro bowler Tom Dougherty’s 2015 time of 90.99 seconds.
After releasing what would be his 10th strike, Ketola decided to dart across the alley and take aim once again at the first lane, entirely neglecting that Lane 8 was primed and ready just two spots away from him.
Regardless, the move leaves room for the 23-year-old from Preble, N.Y. to shed some time on his next run.
As if USA Network’s Tuesday night didn’t have enough firepower already, competition series Team Ninja Warrior will premier its 11-part second season on April 18 at 10 p.m. ET following WWE Smackdown.
Team Ninja Warrior, which is part of the Emmy-nominated franchise “American Ninja Warrior,” pits three-person squads against each other on side-by-side obstacle courses that will push the athletes’ endurance and speed. The series debuted on Esquire last year and became the network’s most popular original series for 2016.
“With this powerful franchise, we’re giving our passionate audience three full hours of jam-packed, high-stakes action every Tuesday night,” said Chris McCumber, President of Entertainment Networks at NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment.
This season, fan-favorite “American Ninja Warrior” competitors combine to form 28 teams, each with two men and one woman. The stars will battle for bragging rights and settle their rivalries on the warped wall and other demanding obstacles.
Jake Murray, Brian Arnold and Jennifer Tavernier enter the second season as returning champions with team Party Time. The group will be tested in its opening round, though, when it faces the Norcal Ninjas, comprised of David Campbell, Brian Kretsch and Anna Shumaker.
The first heat of their battle puts Murray, one of the fastest ninjas in the competition, against Kretsch, an experienced trainer who has run in every season of “American Ninja Warrior.”
Comedian Matt Iseman and former NFL player Akbar Gbaja-Biamila return to host series as Alex Curry joins the crew as a sideline reporter.