No matter what the sport – basketball, baseball, football – that sentiment is repeated over and over again. And for good reason, it’s much safer to catch a fly ball or grounder with two
The second game of a quiet Sunday night in the NBA featured a match-up between two teams destined for the lottery: The Boston Celtics and Orlando Magic.
Last night was an awesome one across the Association, and we have lots to talk about, but we have to start with the return of Greg Oden. After over four years, Oden suited up for a regular season game
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
While we still have a ways to go on the 2010-2011 NBA season, but as for the NCAA, we’re only a few weeks away from March Madness. And you know what that means. Certain players will start to set themselves apart from the crowd in hopes of leading their team to a national championship…..and garnering some attention from scouts throughout the NBA.
So let’s take a look at the games you need to be watching in college basketball this week:
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14
West Virginia at #20 Syracuse, 7:00 PM ET, ESPN
Who to Watch: Kris Joseph and Rick Jackson (Syracuse)
#1 Kansas at Kansas State, 9:00 PM ET – ESPN
Who to Watch: Marcus Morris and Markieff Morris (Kansas) Continue Reading
It’s time for a new feature here on STS, and it’s one that doesn’t focus on the NBA, but rather the future of the NBA. If you’re a basketball fan, chances are you watch college and pro, since that’s where all the pro players start out (or at least they do now thanks to the one-year rule). So in what will become a weekly feature here on Saving the Skyhook, we’re gonna take a look at the upcoming week’s college games, and let you know who you need to be watching. Continue Reading