A Q+A with Ron Artest, Metta World Peace and/or The Panda’s Friend. Continue Reading
Welcome back to NBA Oregon Trail! We’re nearing the end of the season so it’s time to fire up the ol’ Apple II emulator and get to work. We begin this year’s edition, fittingly, with the team that started it all, the New York Knicks.
In this week’s edition of Basketball eBay, Charles Barkley has some food for thought and NBA nesting dolls make a return. Continue Reading
It’s tough out there for an NBA Coach. Here’s a special app to make things a little easier. Continue Reading
The phrase “LeBron James free agency” continues LeBron’s decision to make “Best Player Alive” a brand — and one that he controls, regardless of others. Continue Reading
After a bit of a break, we were back with Saving the Skyhook Podcast #11. I was joined by co-editor Matthew Hochberg, as well as staff writers Sam Kuperman, Michael Wesson and Matt Constas. We (though really the rest of… Continue Reading
Mozgov’s Revenge: Jack Maloney (@jmaloney9) His last name has become a noun associated with getting dunked on in the worst way, but last night (even if wasn’t on Blake Griffin), Timofey Mozgov got a measure of revenge on basketball culture… Continue Reading
It has been a frustrating year for the New York Knicks and their fans. On Wednesday night, a group of those angry fans rallied together to voice their frustrations with the team’s ownership before their squad took on the Eastern… Continue Reading
Many see Phil Jackson and James Dolan as adversaries vying for the soul of the Knicks. But if this relationship is going to work, it has to be more Inception than Godzilla. Continue Reading
There are two things and really two things only to know about the New York Knicks’ now-apparently-imminent hiring of Phil Jackson to head up basketball operations. These two things have both been written about and argued for at length but where the narrative up to now errs is that it poses them as conflicting viewpoints on the hire when, in reality, they’re both true.
Yes, this will probably fail. And yes, it’s still the right move. Continue Reading