Guest-Blogging at

Friday, November 13, 2009

I recently was asked if I'd be interested in guest-posting for the popular regional blog, and I accepted without hesitation. Don't worry, Blog Talk BayHawk isn't going anywhere, but this is a great opportunity for me to spread the word about the BayHawks to a new, larger, and (appropriately) local-based audience.

I'm honored that they asked me to chip in and look forward to contributing to the great content that they provide there on a regular basis. I don't have a set schedule per se, but my plan is to post once a week every Friday, but that schedule is subject to change.

I'll post an excerpt of the column here, and if you like what you read, you can click on over to read the full post at ErieBlogs. And as always, you can follow me on Twitter to find all of my postings as well as other links, thoughts, and insights of varying degrees of relevancy.

Happy start of the D-League season. And now without further ado, here's a snippet from my first post over at ErieBlogs titled "Golden Knights and Fighting Scots as BayHawks, Oh My!"

The start of a new season is always an exciting time, but this year’s Erie BayHawks training camp has an extra bit of sizzle for the local following. Center Kyle Goldcamp (Gannon) and guard Joe Jones (Edinboro) spent the past few seasons dazzling fans of their respective schools. Starting today, they are among an elite group of 17 players being considered for one of just 10 spots on the 2009-10 Erie BayHawks, the NBA Development League affiliate of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Toronto Raptors.

Both Goldcamp and Jones earned invites to Erie’s training camp via free agent tryouts, meaning they’ve already made strong first impressions on the BayHawks’ coaching staff. Still, both Goldcamp and Jones know that making the jump from DII to the D-League won’t be an easy one.



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Blog Talk BayHawk is an unofficial Erie BayHawks blog covering the NBA D-League. It features opinions and information about the NBADL and the Erie BayHawks. Blog Talk BayHawk is written from a basketball fan’s perspective to fill In the gaps left by professional journalists’ coverage of BayHawks basketball and the Erie professional basketball scene.

Matt Hubert is a 25-year-old writer and basketball fanatic born and raised in Erie, Pa. He graduated from Mercyhurst College in 2007 with a bachelor's degree in English and a dual concentration in writing and creative writing. Matt's not wavering from his stance as a lifelong Los Angeles Lakers fan, but he will cover the BayHawks' NBA affiliates in Cleveland and Toronto when it makes sense to do so throughout the year.

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