In which Jared fails to correctly discern days of the week.
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
Four months ago, it looked like the Phoenix Suns were packing their bags and getting ready to go down the dreaded one way road to tanking. No diversions. No pit-stops. No road blocks. Just straight tanking.
For Memphis, the Courtney Lee-for-Jerryd Bayless swap (yes, Ryan Gomes was involved, too) might seem like a move for this year, but the future was an equally important consideration.
The Memphis Grizzlies have traded Courtney Lee to the Boston Celtics for Jerryd Bayless.
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Let's play pretend for a moment by imagining that I'm an employee at any old office or place of business. Say that I'm
The Warriors used Marc Gasol's knowledge of their tendencies against him on Wednesday night to get an easy alley-oop for Andrew Bogut.
15-Footer time! 11 games, including an ESPN doubleheader. What a great way to spend a Friday evening, right? ...right?!
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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