Quentin Haynes – *Of course Hardaway would sprain his ankle before I post this. Hope is an excellent way to get through a down basketball season. Teams like Milwaukee and Los Angeles may not have talent on their roster, but the hope springs eternal, as both teams have lottery picks to bank on. The idea that their roster […]
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Adam Johnson – On this week’s edition of The Jump, I’m joined by Zach Oliver and Russell Simon as they debate some of the hottest trends in the NBA. Among the three topics discussed in the newest episode: Does Mark Jackson return to Golden State next year after Adrian Wojnarowski’s recent report and Brian Scalabrine’s demotion to Santa Cruz? With the Trailblazers recent tailspin, is it possible they […]
Tim Brown – Carmelo Anthony is a special basketball player. He’s a hyper-talented superhuman by average person and NBA player standards alike; he’s a scoring machine, and an earthquake-like offensive force: when he’s on, there’s no stopping him, and it’s close to impossible to predict when he’ll really hit you hard. You just have to hope that when he shows […]
At 11:00 AM today, the New York Knicks will hold a press conference to introduce their team executive, Phil Jackson. You may of heard of him before. He’s kind of a big deal. But he doesn’t have an easy job ahead of him. The Knicks are a mess right now and he’s never been in this position before, so we have questions […]
Russell Simon – March 12th, 2014 was a truly special day in the NBA. Not only did Cole Aldrich actually start in a professional basketball game with playoff implications, but Crabdribbles debuted a new podcast. Tentatively titled “The Jump,” our new show will feature plenty of debate on the three biggest headlines in the NBA each day. It’ll feature a rotating panel of Crabdribbles writers […]
Kyle Neubeck – The city that never sleeps is the self-appointed hub for all things hoops. As the story goes, basketball runs through the veins of New York, from the public league aficionados to the depraved souls who held onto their season tickets through the Isiah Thomas era. Coming up as a player in New York […]
Quentin Haynes – One of these days, Phil Jackson will accept a front office position with the New York Knicks. According to Chris Broussard of ESPN.com, his sources are telling him that Jackson will take the job with the Knicks sometime this week, and will have an official press conference the following Tuesday. […]