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T.I.‘s new Atlanta soul food restaurant was the scene of a shootout with a group of customers, leaving one man injured and also arrested for drugs … TMZ has learned.
The shooting went down outside Scales 925 on Sunday night. According to cops, the incident started inside the restaurant on an upper deck patio … where a group of 5 or 6 men started arguing.
Staffers threw the men out, but police say the fight continued in the parking lot … and that’s where one man in a red shirt whipped out a handgun and shot the victim once in the leg. We’re told the victim escaped from the scene in a friend’s Porsche.
Police were responding to a 911 call about the shooting when they pulled over the Porsche. Cops say they found the victim bleeding, but he also had a duffle bag with 240 grams of marijuana and $6,000 in cash.
The victim was booked for reckless conduct and possession of marijuana. He told cops he did not know the shooter. The entire incident was captured on restaurant surveillance cameras.
We’re told T.I. was NOT at the restaurant nor anywhere near it at the time of the shooting.
Police are searching for the shooter.
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SO SAD TO HEAR ABOUT THIS R.I.P
Flip Saunders, longtime coach of the Minnesota Timberwolves, passed away on Sunday at the age of 60. The T’wolves president was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma earlier in 2015.
Saunders coached 17 years in the NBA, joining the head ranks partway through 1995-96 in Kevin Garnett’s rookie season. The University of Minnesota graduate native paired with Garnett to make the playoffs in all but one of his full seasons with the 7-footer, earning his conference’s best record in 2003-04.
He would do the same in his first year as Detroit Pistons coach in 2005-06, working with four Pistons All-Stars on his way toward a 64-win season. Saunders then moved on to Washington before returning to Minnesota as a part-owner and president in 2013.
Flip took over as head coach of a young T’wolves team in 2014-15, trading for Garnett midseason to help guide his stable of young talent. Saunders announced his diagnosis over the offseason and named Sam Mitchell – the player who helped Garnett acclimate to the pro lifestyle after KG was drafted straight out of high school – as interim head coach. Flip won 654 games as an NBA lead man.
Saunders was an outstanding coach. His innovative offense encouraged ball movement, endless pin-down screens and open mid-range looks at the hoop. His work with zone defense was ahead of its time, predating the NBA’s move to abandon illegal defense rules prior to the 2001-02 season. He was likely one Sam Cassell injury away from winning a title in 2004.
Flip Saunders changed the game, in what would have registered as another lost season in Minnesota, by handing the ball to a skinny 19-year old and asking him to be himself. Other coaches would have demanded Garnett pound it on the block, smarten up, toss in jump hooks and eat 15,000 calories a day. Saunders coached KG as he saw fit, allowing a once-in-a-lifetime talent to act appropriately.
Source: Yahoo Sports