Alex Rose – The “Bad Boys” era of Detroit basketball was spearheaded by its ultra-aggressive and sometimes even brutal backcourt of Isiah Thomas and Joe Dumars. The nine seasons the duo spent together were highlighted by championships in 1989 and 1990. From years 1986 to 1992, their Pistons teams […]
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Joshua Santos – As the much anticipated 2014 NBA trade deadline passed, it’s fair to say the biggest move this year involved former Los Angeles Lakers’ point guard, Steve Blake, who was traded to a Western Conference foe and championship contender, the Golden State Warriors, in exchange for Kent Bazemore and MarShon Brooks. […]
The West is stacked. We know that. But, with 20-odd games remaining in the 2013-2014 regular season, we still have no idea how all this madness is going to play out. Are the Phoenix Suns really legit? How far will the Trail Blazers’ high octane offense take them? And who is going to round out the bottom half of the Playoff picture? With those questions in mind, I turn it over to Kyle, Rami […]
On Brian Scalabrine’s first day as an assistant coach for the Golden State Warriors, he showed up looking like this: I can assure you, that’s not photoshopped – what you are looking at is Brian Scalabrine with a black eye. Unfortunately, there is no cool, “I got into a bear fight” story here, folks [...]
Here’s something that Warriors fans will be happy to hear: Harrison Barnes and Draymond Green won’t be hanging up their basketball sneakers anytime soon to take up a career in golf. Reason being: they’re, uhhh, not very good, by the looks of things. If it helps, Draymond, Charles Barkley knows [...]
Summer legs are an amazing thing, aren’t they? And you know Stephen Curry is loving them right now, because he gets to do things like this, which make Golden State Warriors fan love him even more (if that’s possible): He may be throwing down windmills and alley-oops now, but don’t expect to see Steph flying [...]
Take your mind back to 2006 when Andre Iguodala and Nate Robinson went head-to-head in the slam dunk contest. Remember it? It was awesome. And, had all 5-foot-8 of Nate Robinson not won over the crowd and judges with that dunk over Spud Webb in the second round, it’s highly likely that […]