1… Was the Toronto Raptors winning the title good for the league? In a word, yes. Just as Golden State three-peating would have been good for the league, introducing new blood is never a bad thing. The league and its Continue reading
“It’s kind of disheartening. The talk over the last few days was nothing about basketball and everything about foul calls. Is that what this game is coming to?” – Draymond Green, Golden State Warriors It’s finally upon us. No disrespect Continue reading
“Take the money and run” -Steve Miller Band “This is a moral test of one’s self, whether or not you can maintain loyalty.” -John Travolta as Vincent Vega in Pulp Fiction The most intriguing free agency signing this off-season is Continue reading
I can’t believe I’m even taking time out of my extremely busy schedule (yoga, semi-nude sunbathing, overall disorderly conduct) to discuss the goings on in the Deandre Jordan sweepstakes but since everyone else has jumped on the ‘this is incredibly Continue reading
I wasn’t really planning on writing an NBA Playoff preview this post-season. As most of you know, I’ve already put all my eggs in the Miami Heat’s basket (although I found tempting value in both the Lakers at +1000 and Continue reading
When the mastermind behind the Full Court Pest: 94 Feet of Tenacious Blog Sense first confronted me about contributing to his No Drama Hoops roundtable, I couldn’t have been more excited.
The NBA is currently chockfull of insanely talented point guards: Derrick Rose, Deron Williams, Chris Paul, Tony Parker, Steve Nash, Rajon Rondo, Russell Westbrook. That list doesn’t even include a healthy batch of secondary, yet perfectly capable, floor generals.
It was bound to happen.
Welcome to Edition Five of Hail or Rail. With the NBA and NHL playoffs in full swing and Major League Baseball well underway, it’s been a wild few weeks in sports. This time around, we feature a few repeat offenders Continue reading
How the 2011 NBA Playoffs have turned into March Madness Continue reading