ICYMI: Suggested Basketball Reading From Across The Web

Slowly, slowly we move closer and closer to the start of the NBA season. Here at Saving the Skyhook, we’re preparing by reading lots of words about the NBA and sharing the best of them with you. Here are today’s suggested basketball readings from across the web.

On Emptying One’s Hearts and Pockets: By Jacob Greenberg (@jacobjbg

The saga of the Sacramento Kings and relocation has been settled, at least for the time being. In the aftermath, Seattle is still left without a team. Over at The Diss, Jacob Greenberg writes beautifully about Seattle basketball fans and the problems they face to get the NBA back.

Should Wizards Fans Panic? Falling Back with Okafor’s Cervical Disc and Singleton’s Fifth Metatarsal: By Kyle Weidie (@Truth_About_It

The injury bug hit the Wizards again, losing both Emeka Okafor and Chris Singleton late this summer. Both players are expected to be out for a fairly long time. But is that cause for Wizards fans to panic? Over at ESPN True Hoop’s Truth About It, Kyle Weidie lets us know.

The Burk Brothers: By Tyson Newman (@TNewm2215

In this summer’s draft, the Jazz selected Trey Burke to go along with their other “Burk,” Alec Burks. Over at FanSided’s Purple and Blues, Tyson Newman writes about the young duo. He tells us what we should expect from the two as the Jazz look to move forward into a new era.


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