Chris Reichert — A lot of times in life, we have great things going for us and I believe our human assumption is that those things will stay positive and keep moving in the right direction. On the flip side, when bad things happen, we think to ourselves, “this time will pass” and our assumption is that they will pass faster than the great things will take to dwindle. Hope is the quintessential feeling being […]
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Rami Michail — Four points, three rebounds, and under a block a game. That’s what the Indiana Pacers got out of their 7’2″ anchor in the first six games against the Atlanta Hawks — a series that went on far longer than anyone expected. With the Pacers on the brink of elimination, Roy Hibbert became not just part of the reason, but the face of their failure. […]
by Quentin Haynes – 1. Statistical Breakdown Leaders PPG: 19.6 — John Wall APG: 8.7 — John Wall RPG: 9.4 — Marcin Gortat SPG: 1.8 — John Wall BPG: 1.5 — Marcin Gortat Team Averages PPG: 100.3 OPPG: 99.4 ORating: 102.9 (19th) DRating: 102.4 (10th) Net Rating: +0.5 (15th) Pace: 93.2 2. Regular season overview Somewhere between the Indiana combustion and […]
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 […]
Poor Pops Mensah-Bonsu. He’s just out there in Washington right now on a training camp invite, looking to make his sixth NBA team and, out of everyone on that roster, Jan Vesely is dunking all over him in practice. And to add insult to injury, nobody on the Wizards could stop talking about it. “It [...]
If there is one thing that DeQuan Jones is known for, it’s dunking. In his four years at the University of Miami, he had his fair share of rim-rattling dunks, most of which can be seen on YouTube. But the most memorable one of his [...]
Now that he is $80 million richer, John Wall took the executive decision this off-season to swap his downtown apartment for something a little more fit for a king. But that decision came with a price tag. A big price tag. According to The Washington Post, Wall splashed $4.9 million on his new humble abode because, well, it’s ginormous: We’ve learned that he settled on an eight bedroom, 12 […]