In which promises are kept
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Fair or unfair, the spot a player's drafted carries certain expectations, especially for a high draft pick.
In which the Knicks lose and New York City traps Jordan.
The English language harbours an infinite quantity of words, which allow for sentence construction to create an even more boundless mixture of vocabulary, turns of phrase and expression. Ultimately, it is not enough. Some emotions defy description just as some plays defy analysis. The Timberwolves did something tantalizing today, as they've become wont to do, and… well, it didn't precisely defy analysis. Ricky Rubio's dimes exude bewilderment, Dirk Nowitzki was discombobulated but not in a way that's curious and Kevin Love, you see, makes the shots around these here parts.
David Stern's comments that the Malice at the Palace was the low point of his tenure at commissioner should remind us all just why referees are so quick to call double technical and flagrant fouls. They never want to see a repeat of those events.
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Sure, we are just six games in and there is
Here's what the Paroxysm crew learned from the first week or so of the 2013-14 regular season.
It takes guts for a group of NBA players to say, "we don't even know what you or your team are about to do, but we sure as hell don't want to find out." More importantly, it takes a player with gravitas to elicit such vulnerability.
It may be Sunday and technically football season, but it's also Sunday and there are several games worth your while. You could go out and be productive with your Sunday evening, but after I spent all
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This is probably no the way Gerald Wallace foresaw his career wrapping up. Just two seasons ago he was traded