The Memphis Grizzlies have been one of the biggest surprises this season. After a disappointing start, which saw them float around the .500 mark for the first half of the year, they found their rhythm when the heart and soul of their team, Marc Gasol, returned from a sprained MCL in January.
Sooo, James Johnson just did this.
James Johnson... Wut https://t.co/JiLxEaDOVq
— Umair Khan (@UKhanNBA) February 22, 2014
After getting DeAndre Jordan to go flying by with
The other night, I was joined by co-editor Matthew Hochberg and staff writer Sam Kuperman for Saving the Skyhook Podcast #4.
We started off the show with a discussion about the "Hack-a-Shaq" strategy
Welcome back to my Ask A Blogger series in which I interview bloggers about the #bloglife and basketball. To see previous interviews, go here.
Today we have Hawks Hoop and Hickory High blogger Cole Patty
In the 2009 NBA Draft, the Chicago Bulls selected James Johnson from Wake Forest with the 16th overall pick. While he showed flashes of potential in his rookie season in Chicago, it was one plagued with inconsistency. For every block, steal or offensive rebound, there were missed shots and turnovers, leading him to playing spot minutes off of Vinny Del Negro's bench.
The Corner Three: Paul George's Struggles from Mid-Range
In The Paint: James Johnson's Influence and PJ Tucker's Payday
Long Twos: Suns Out-Of-Bounds Play, Scary Good Anthony Davis, Bradley Beal's Awkwardness at the Rim, Kevin Garnett "Da Kid", Chris Bosh Pump-Fake, Typical Detroit Incompetence
The Sacramento Kings slaughtered the Cleveland Cavaliers last night, 124-80, thanks in part to another solid night from Rudy Gay, who finished with 20 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists. Even more impressive,
There were 12 games last night, so this will be a longer edition of this post because we have a lot to discuss. So stick with me.
First of all, there was the Duel on the Salt Lake (this is what