by Hal Brown – 1. Statistical Breakdown Leaders PPG: 16.7 – Tony Parker APG: 5.7 – Tony Parker RPG: 9.7 – Tim Duncan SPG: 1.7 – Kawhi Leonard BPG: 1.9 – Tim Duncan Team Averages PPG: 105.4 OPPG: 97.6 ORating: 108.2 DRating: 100.1 Net Rating: 8.1 Pace: 97.07 2. Regular season overview The Spurs are the best regular season team in the NBA, period. They started off the season “slow,” […]
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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 […]
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 […]
Don’t ask me why I was listening to Justin Bieber’s new song, but I was and now I hope to never hear it again. But something that’s worth bringing up is that in Tyga’s short verse, he dropped not one, but two NBA references! One for Kobe Bryant, which is fair enough because every rapper name drops the […]
Matt Bonner has a squeaky-clean as a pro, but make no mistake about it, he can be a hard-ass if he wants to, which is why, if he ever becomes the CEO of the company you work at, you should hand in your 30-day notice pronto. Seriously. Pronto. You’re the best, Matt. – via Ball Don’t Lie.
Now that Tracy McGrady has retired from the NBA, the hottest topic is whether or not he deserves to make it in the Hall of Fame. Some people will tell you that, without a shadow of a doubt, he does, given the fact that he is one of the most gifted scorers the NBA has ever seen; whereas others will hold his lack of […]
Roy Hibbert has three inches on Tim Duncan, which really isn’t THAT much of a difference considering they are both giants compared to us normal folk, but, man, just take a second to look at how much bigger Roy’s arms are. Someone has been hitting the weight room this off-season…