Category Archives: basketball

Pistons’ Draft Luck Finally Turns

I don’t claim to be a basketball junkie, but I was more than a little bit interested in the 2011 NBA Draft, if only because there were so many unknowns, that even I was able to make sense of something. … Continue reading

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LeBron James should go back to Cleveland

On my way home from work today, I listened to Bill Simmons’ podcast with Miami Herald columnist, Dan Le Batard. As you can imagine, they talked about the Miami Heat not winning an NBA championship, because that story is far … Continue reading

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Does David Kahn also believe in Bigfoot?

Is Minnesota Timberwolves general manager, David Kahn, suggesting their is an NBA conspiracy afoot? Last night, after the NBA Draft Lottery took place, Kahn had this to say about the Cleveland Cavalier nabbing the top pick in this year’s draft: … Continue reading

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Detroit Pistons and Tayshaun Prince Must Part Ways

Last night, before I fell asleep watching the first half of the Golden St. Warriors shellacking of narrow victory over the Pistons, I tuned in to watch an episode of “Pistons: In Focus” because, frankly, I love watching highlights of … Continue reading

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The heat is on…the Heat

What’s going on here? No, not “here”, as in, the picture above. (Rajon Rondo is clearly posterizing Chris Bosh. No discussion needed.) I mean in Miami, where the second coming of the Big Three are beginning to rival the productive … Continue reading

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Basketball bloggers are bodacious.

If I had to rank my favorite major sports one through four, professional basketball would surely bring up the rear. But, lately, I’ve been reconsidering its place on the sports pecking order, and it’s only because of the great writing … Continue reading

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