Tim Brown – A few weeks ago, a friend asked me what I thought the Western Conference Finals matchup would be this year. I obviously didn’t know any better than anyone else, but I, to everyone’s reasonable surprise, said that the Grizzlies and Thunder would be going head to head for the right to face either Indiana or Miami. Admittedly, I was searching for a more outlandish […]
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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 […]
I spent my Friday night watching a movie in the confines of my home and had myself a relatively early nights sleep after a quiet, non-productive week. But Tony Allen? Well, after spending his week putting in work to prepare himself for the upcoming season, he took his family to a showing of Disney on Ice [...]
Remember when, after just one day of basketball, I confidently said that Teemu Rannikko would end up with the best assist of EuroBasket 2013? Well, Marc Gasol made me eat my words when he did this to Serbia today: 7-footers shouldn’t be able to do those kinds of things, Marc. – via Sportando.
We Brits don’t have the best national team when it comes to basketball, so when they play the likes of Spain, it tends to go pretty badly. Last night, it went 100-46 badly. One of the problems is that they don’t have anyone who can slow down Marc Gasol – the reigning defensive player of the year and […]
Tony Wroten has been doing some nasty things this summer, but this may be his best set of plays yet: First, an ankle breaking inside-out dribble and on the next play, a drive right past the same defender, punctuated by a powerful one hand slam.
At The Goodman League this weekend, Josh Selby did his thing, scoring 34 points in a losing effort to the annual Goodman League team. And, to no surprise, he did it on an array of deep threes, step-back jumpers and acrobatic finishes at the basket. But really, did expect anything else?