Buddy's back | 10th Year Seniors
The biggest name in Bahamian basketball returned home for the first time since he captivated both local and international media with his historic exploits on the hardwood this season. Hield was treated to a hero's welcome at the Lynden Pindling International Airport, a welcome that came as a surprise to the New Orleans Pelicans rookie guard. "It was definitely a surprise. I got off the plane and they told me to go to the side door. I was thinking 'Wow, I just got off the plane and I'm in trouble already,' but it feels good to be back," he said, "MAD Events has been on my back for like four months now. I feel like this was the perfect time to come. Before the Draft, my time schedule was so packed and as soon as I leave Freeport I have to go back to Vegas for another basketball camp. My schedule is so tight but I said 'I have to go back home and give back to the kids.' It's a great idea and it's something I always wanted to do. This was the only time I had free. A lot of kids know