Everything we thought we were learning about the Portland Trail Blazers in the first round against the Houston Rockets was suddenly undone by the San Antonio Spurs (Guest Post by Evans Clinchy).
As the Heat dispatched the Nets last night, the contrast between LeBron James and his elder counterparts in Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett couldn't be starker. (Guest post by Evans Clinchy)
A guest post by Evans Clinchy who asks: why do we still want to watch hopeless teams play?
Evans Clinchy talks about the MVP race, and how fans are getting to witness one of the best competitions in NBA history.
Miles Wray writes a column for McSweeney’s Internet Tendency called “Reviews of Self-Help Books by Professional Athletes” and is a staff writer at Ian Levy’s Hickory-High. He lives in Seattle but just moved there so no hard feelings about the Sonics. In this post, he takes on his artisanal Mount Rushmore... with a basketball twist.
Ed. Note: Evans Clinchy is a Bostonian and active member of the hoops blogosphere. He's in his fifth season covering the Celtics, with his writing appearing on CelticsBlog, NESN, and SI (among other places). You can follow him, his thoughts, and his writing on Twitter. He wrote this piece after watching Jason Collins' debut with the Nets last night.
A guest post from Miles Wray about what might just be one of the most disappointing draft classes in NBA history.
A guest post by Cole Patty on the old shooter in a young man's body that is Klay Thompson.