The following is an interview with Hedo Turkoglu, moments after after beating the New York Knicks last night.

Here’s a transcript for you.

Jack: You came out tonight early, aggressive. What was different for you tonight, in terms of just setting the tone with your game in this game?
Hedo: Ball.
(Awkward Silence)

That is the best.  There is nothing funnier than watching two people engaged in a full blown awkward silence.

I can’t think of many other situations that are exponentially better watching them play out than it actually happen to you.

It’s funny that he picked last night to unload this internet gem.  Last night on my way home, I texted Mr. Schuster saying that I think Hedo Turkoglu would be my NBA counterpart.  You know, his game reminds me most of mine.

He then said his counterpart would be Greg Oden.  Because he’s always hurt, you see.  Not for what you’re thinking.


Comments are closed.


Share this Page


Recent Comments

RSS Chronicle Sports


Site Wide Activity

  • Carol Walters wrote a new post: Carrie’s Kittens & K-9′s   2 months ago

    Every Friday afternoon, Carrie’s Kittens and K’9′s. Each week, Bonnie Albright of the Huron County Humane Society will be in our studios on Friday’s at 3:30 with featured pets available for adoption. Please contact the Humane Society if you are interested in adopting one of our featured pets.

    Click the links below to listen to the interviews:
    Carrie’s Kittens and [...]

  • Ggroll wrote on their own wire:   2 months, 4 weeks ago

    TATTTLE of Elyria

  • Ggroll wrote on their own wire:   2 months, 4 weeks ago

    Looking for TATTTLE

  • Boone wrote a new post:   5 months ago

  • Mfitzpatrick wrote a new post: North Ridgeville voters pass Issue 33 paving way for new school   5 months, 2 weeks ago

    By Michael Fitzpatrick

    The North Ridgeville City Schools received an early Christmas gift.

    Voters approved Issue 33 Nov. 5 — a $58.1 million bond issue — that will allow the district to build a new school to house students in grades 3 through 8, an $8 million football stadium and put an $800,000 roof on another building [...]

  • Avonlakespectrum wrote a new post: Shoremen, Shoregal athletes play through the pain for chance at glory   5 months, 2 weeks ago

    By Henry Redman

    The Spectrum Staff Writer

    Athletes are known for their amazing feats of toughness and strength. Take Arizona Cardinals Safety Rashad Johnson who lost part of his middle finger while making a tackle. When he took his glove off, the finger stayed in his glove. The amazing part is that he played the rest of [...]