Adam Johnson What if I told you there was an easy, quick way to get rich in the NBA? How fast? How about seven seconds or less? Lakers coach Mike D’Antoni, the leader of the Seven Seconds Or Less system he promoted as head coach of the Phoenix Suns, is responsible for players increased earnings. Like a pimp on Skid Row wearing a brightly colored suit and whoring out his talent while drinking […]
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Rami Michail – In a season where the point guard position took a hit with injuries to Derrick Rose, Russell Westbrook, and Rajon Rondo; where James Harden is the long top dog on the list of shooting guards with Kobe Bryant out for the season and Dwyane Wade battling injuries; where the center spot is gradually improving again thanks to the likes of Dwight Howard, DeMarcus Cousins, Joakim Noah […]
Michael Pellissier – I love watching Ryan Anderson play. He’s taken strides forwards as a scorer, and contrary to the opinion of some, is not merely a 3 point shooter. Yet, to be honest, his outside shot is easily my favorite part of his game. Whether it’s pick/pop or just a spot-up, watching Ryno hoist 3s without conscience and without hesitation is just awesome. […]
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 […]
Zach Oliver – One of the NBA’s best tools for teams looking to secure young talent or depth in the latter part of the season is the 10-day contract. Teams are able to sign free agents to 10-day contracts beginning on January 5th, and when they have two or fewer games to play or there are less than 10 days remaining in the season. However, questions arise, most notably: What’s […]
Alexander Rose – Gerald Green did not intend to be recognized solely by his Dunk Contest prowess, but when on-court production lags severely behind elite athleticism, people are left wondering how that player was unable to connect the dots and put it all together in that 94×50 sanctuary. Green, now 28 years old, was selected by the Boston Celtics in the 2005 draft. […]
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 […]