13. Rockets (9-8) | Prev.: 11 If you aren’t into the Tracy McGrady saga (and I’m not), there isn’t a whole lot to say here that hasn’t already been said: Houston plays hard, smart, and wins more than they should… Continue Reading
The best thing about the D-League last year was the ability to watch archived games. I have attempted to get an answer from Mr. Reed and Write to no avail. Does anyone out there know why they discontinued this and… Continue Reading
Family Fun on Flickr – Photo Sharing!. A few more alternative titles. First Photo: Playoffs/ Second Photo: March! First Photo: Boozer/ Second Photo: Maynor! First Photo: Rap music/ Second Photo: Jesus!
Flickr Photo Download: NBA/JLA: Wade as Flash. Mark from Garbage Time All Stars uploaded this sucker recently. The 3-spot on the chest is nice. Needs more band-aid, though.
Just so we’re clear on why I love the D-League? The Armor just acquired Major. Here’s a picture of The Major (as he will henceforth only be called): Basic stuff: 6-10, former Tennessee Volunteer (I cannot make this stuff up),… Continue Reading
But then I check Twitter and see several people in my feed making fun of the Hornets bench for trying, and man, that got me fired up. â€œIf they had played that hard the whole game they wouldnâ€™t have been… Continue Reading
The tough thing about basketball is unless you are competing against someone else on your playing level, it is hard to get better. No matter how many shots you shoot, and how much footwork you do, it is still not… Continue Reading
For the Toros, Alonzo Gee is very good. Very good. Yes, I just repeated myself. 25 points on 10-17 shooting along with four rebounds, and one of the best things about his game is that he knows what he can… Continue Reading
The flashy stat in OKC may be Kevin Durant’s 27.4 points, behind only Carmelo Anthony, Kobe Bryant and LeBron James among the league leaders, but the better story is that Durant is playing 80 percent of the minutes for a… Continue Reading
After the final curtain fell, Gasol was whisked backstage at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, where he and Domingo embraced and chatted in their mother tongue for a few minutes, surrounded by a gaggle of flashing cameras and buzzing onlookers. “I… Continue Reading