Where Are They Now? From Juan Dixon to Gerry McNamara


Last week, we offered you a glimpse at the stars of yesteryear and where they are today. From Jonny Flynn to Gilbert Arenas, we tracked down some of the names you may have forgotten.

This week, we have more of the same — lost gems, and players we believed would be something more than they’ve ended up.

Regardless of what they’re doing, we’re here to answer a question. The only question that matters.

Where are they now?

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The Bernucca List – Edition 28


The NBA is back, and so is the weekly edition of The Bernucca List.

You remember how this works, right? I give you a list of players, or coaches, or teams, all of whom have something very specific in common. You try to figure out what that common thread is.

When you think you’ve got the answer, drop it in the Comments section below. Or you can send me a Tweet.

First correct answer gets a mention in next week’s list. Second correct answer gets nothing.

Here ya go. Knock yourselves out.

The Bernucca List

Kelenna Azubuike
Jerome Dyson
Christian Eyenga
Jordan Farmar
Dan Gadzuric
Josh Harrellson
Jerome Jordan
D.J. Kennedy
Jon Leuer
Brad Miller
E’Twaun Moore
Jordan Williams
Sean Williams


Yet another D-League call up, the 58th

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Meet D.J. Kennedy, NBA player.

The Cleveland Cavaliers today signed the former St. John’s guard from the Erie Bayhawks, making him the 58th player called up from the D-League this season.

Kennedy will be in uniform Sunday when the Cavaliers play the San Antonio Spurs.

He started all 44 games for the BayHawks, averaging 15.7 points, 7.3 rebounds, 4.4 assists and 1.6 steals in 37.4 minutes, with eight double-doubles. He was a four-year player at St. John’s and went undrafted last June.

When (if) Kennedy checks into a game for the first time with the Cavs, he will become the 475th player to log NBA playing time this season.

And if he scores two points, he will double the total produced by veteran center Erick Dampier in 14 appearances for the Atlanta Hawks.

There are five players who have logged NBA playing time this season but have not scored: Jamario Moon of Charlotte (five games), Keith Benson of Golden State and Hamadi N’Diaye of Washington (3 games each), along with Kelenna Azubuike of Dallas and Brian Skinner of Memphis (one game each).