There is no single basketball metric for me which feels indisputably complete. I don't want one number to measure basketball production. I want the nuance, the details and the nitty-gritty. I want all the numbers.
"I cannot fix on the hour, or the spot, or the look, or the words, which laid the foundation. It is too long ago. I was in the middle before I knew that I had begun."
The Heat find themselves in the position of trying to balance resting players to get healthy and at the same time trying to be in good form once the playoffs start.
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I still believe in blogs.
That's getting to be a more-and-more outdated and quaint concept as the years
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Such lofty preseason expectations for Kawhi Leonard were never fair. The popular assumption that the high-motor, mild-mannered Leonard would usurp Manu Ginobili as the third wheel in the San Antonio machine this season was always naive, a result of kneejerk NBA Finals judgments and the belief that time was finally catching up with the Spurs.
René Querin | flickr
Andrei Kirilenko is a soccer midfielder trapped in a basketball player’s body.
Unlike the basketball player, tasked with endlessly wringing the last percentage points
Since the franchise moved to Charlotte in 2004, the Bobcats have spent a lot of time in the deepest, darkest depths of the NBA, where rats feast on scraps, leftover food, dry blood and any small pools of beer in the hope of it bringing some sense of excitement into their lives.
What can Jason Williams and Mike Bibby's time with and after Rick Adelman tell us about Ricky Rubio's future?
A review of "From Deep," a new documentary that artfully explores the history of basketball.