Season Recap: Why Predictions are Stupid, and Other Stories Part Two

To recap my last recap, I discussed the highs and lows of the Miami Heat season, and why you shouldn’t count your eggs before they hatch, regarding the MVP debate. That leaves me with the Lakers, the Spurs, and the… Continue Reading

Season Recap: Why Predictions are Stupid, and Other Stories

Well folks, as the regular season winds down, I think that now is an appropriate time to look back on the season that was. Actually it’s more like the season that “is,” since the regular season hasn’t actually finished yet.… Continue Reading

N.Y. State of Mind

Losers of 6 straight, and 9 of their last 10 games, the New York Knicks are in a bit of a, “funk,” so to speak.  Acquiring a major talent in one, Carmelo Anthony, just before the NBA Trade Deadline, seemed… Continue Reading

Bulls vs Celtics: Playoff Outlook

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Who’s ready for the playoffs? I’m sure most fans are, and if you are like me, then the playoffs couldn’t start fast enough. I hate this time of year in the NBA. The last three weeks of the season are… Continue Reading

NBA Power Rankings (1-15)

Here’s a look at the Saving the Skyhook Power Rankings for the week: 1. Chicago Bulls Last Week: Wizards (W), Nets (W), Pacers (L) The Bulls continue to come on strong, led by MVP candidate Derrick Rose (24.9 PPG, 7.8… Continue Reading

D-League Report: Ewing Jr., Danny Green and More Jeffers

Othyus Jeffers, a frequent name on this report, was signed a ten-day contract with the Washington Wizards. He had previously signed a ten-day contract with the San Antonio Spurs, but logged only 1 game (2 points, 2 rebounds and 1 assist in 8 minutes vs. the Heat on 3/4) before being released. Continue Reading

NBA Power Rankings: 2/14/11

We had two showdown games in the NBA yesterday (not counting Cavs/Wizards), and well, one of them lived up to the hype. The Boston Celtics held off the Miami Heat after a missed three by Mike Miller was off the… Continue Reading