In Saturday night's Rockets/Spurs game, Houston coach Kevin McHale decided to get in on the recent spat of coaching shenanigans, and it raised Spurs coach Gregg Popovich's ire enough for Pop to draw the technical.
In 24 games with the Rio Grande Valley Vipers last season, Terrence Jones played out of his mind, averaging 19.0 points, 9.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 1.5 steals and 1.3 blocks per contest. But along the way, there were some glaring weaknesses in his game, mainly his jump-shot.
We're four weeks into the NBA season and several things are already clear, but then there are some things that are, let's say, blurry, like Dwight Howard's post-game.
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All throughout NBA history there have been coaches that have greatly influenced a player's career. Whether it's Phil Jackson and
Can I interest you in a comparison of each of the four teams playing tonight to a song from the original Now That's What I Call Music!? ...no? TOO BAD. READ IT ANYWAY.
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Here's a new feature we're trying out at the Ol' Paroxysm. It's called Fantasy Fiction. One writer, Kyle Soppe, gives you a fantasy basketball update for the week--who's
15-Footer time! A little bit of word association, a little bit of comparing a team to puppies, a whole lot of teams struggling on the road. Which probably means all the home teams will lose tonight, because that's the way things go.
15-Footer time! What's that? You wanted more free association? Well, my friend, you are in luck. Let Robby Kalland and myself drill deep into your subconscious with some basketball nuggets.
...do nuggets drill things? Whatever. IT'S WORD ASSOCIATION THERE ARE NO RULES.
15-Footer time! Can we interest you in some free association?
Defense is awesome. But in the regular season, give me unencumbered, explosive offense like the Clippers and Rockets displayed on Monday night.