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Happy Friday Parox-Readers. As a reminder, Christmas is right around the corner! So be sure to be thinking of ways you can ditch your family so you can watch the seven hundred games the NBA schedules on the holiest of… Continue Reading

Podcast Paroxysm 12.09.09: What’s The Point Of The Bulls?

In this episode Matt from Blogabull.com stops by to talk about Bulls’ fans overall skepticism and exactly how hopeless this franchise is. So basically, it’s the hap-hap-happiest podcast you’ve ever seen in your life! This was recorded right after the… Continue Reading

Green From The Limit: Boston’s Shooting Less From The Corner

The team is on pace to attempt almost exactly the same number of overall three-pointers (about 1,550) as it launched in 2008, but, at its current rate, only 340 of those will be corner threes—about one fewer corner three per… Continue Reading

The NBA Gets Rich Off The Lakers While Small Market Teams Drown

The teams losing money in the last 12 months are the Dallas Mavericks, Portland Trail Blazers, Orlando Magic, Atlanta Hawks, Sacramento Kings, Indiana Pacers, Charlotte Bobcats, New Jersey Nets, Minnesota Timberwolves, New Orleans Hornets, Memphis Grizzlies and Milwaukee Bucks. Teams’… Continue Reading

Brandt Andersen’s Sorry, But Folks Need To Lighten Up About The Michael Jordan Look-Alike Thing

FH: The Flash have offered free tickets to another Flash game to those that have attended, is that correct? If so, are you concerned about how it may appear like this was one attempt to drum up a crowd that… Continue Reading

Gerald Wallace Is Trying To “Crash” The All-Sta… I Can’t Do It.

Some of you have approached me lately about whether Charlotte Bobcats forward Gerald Wallace has a shot at being an All-Star. Here’s my thinking: The five starters for each conference are picked by the fans. The seven reserves are chosen… Continue Reading

You Remember Eric Devendorf? Guess Where He’s Headed? Guess. You’ll Never Guess. Okay, It’s the D-League. You Guessed. This Game Is Lame.

Eric Devendorf still has a basketball dream. But he needs a basketball team. Nearly nine months after playing his final college game for Syracuse University, the Bay City basketball phenom is still in search of his next team and his… Continue Reading