by Kyle Neubeck – April 16 marks the final day of the basketball calendar for the Philadelphia 76ers, a notable moment for perhaps the most significant sub-20 win team in league history. It is the day that signifies the end of scrutiny from outside sources and enraged defense from supporters of Sam Hinkie’s vision. Considering that the franchise’s goal was to lose games in order […]
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Joshua Santos – The University of Kentucky has always had a rich history of great big men turned professional NBA players. From Jamaal Maglorie – a sophomore at the time, who led the Tubby Smith coached team to the 1998 NCAA championship – to 6’11″ Rick Robey – who started for the 1978 championship team, also winning a championship […]
Drew Corrigan – Any fan of the Philadelphia 76ers is aware of the play-style of Evan Turner — pounding the ball into the ground for 23 seconds then forcing up a bad shot. After Turner receives no foul call (when he feels that he was fouled), Turner will argue with the official as if he is going to change his mind and give Evan Turner, out of all people, a call. As Turner crosses half-court, a wide […]
Drew Corrigan – Last Thursday, the Sacramento Kings inked the Houston Rockets’ 16th overall selection from the 2012 NBA Draft to a 10-day contract. This person is better known as Royce White, an often misunderstood player with a serious case of aerophobia – a fear of flying. White also suffers from Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD for short), Obsessive Compulsive […]
Kyle Neubeck – Milwaukee Bucks owner Herb Kohl made these statements to Charles Gardner of the Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel last June, discussing his team’s future after hiring Drew to steward his team. The franchise’s moves the rest of the summer reflected this attitude. The deal that brought them Brandon Knight in exchange for Brandon Jennings, the […]
Drew Corrigan – If you don’t remember who Khalif Wyatt is, just think about the guy that almost single handed defeated the Indiana Hoosiers and Victor Oladipo in the NCAA Tournament last season. In his final season at Temple University, Wyatt led the Owls in scoring with 20.5 PPG. Wyatt led the 9th-seeded Temple Owls to an upset of NC State behind Wyatt’s 32 points, before the Owls fell to […]
I love the Houston Rockets and have done for a little while. See, I was kind of a late bloomer when it came to loving the NBA. It wasn’t until I was around 11 years old that I started following it, and it was really just because [...]