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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Basketball

Anthony Tolliver Spoofs ‘The Decision’

Having played 59 career games in the D League, Anthony Tolliver is used to being ignored. Luckily the Golden State Warriors were so starved for players last year that they signed Tolliver to two 10-day contracts and then handed him a contract for the rest of the year. Tolliver played 44 games last season and…Read More

NBA Makes Right Call for 2010-2011 Season Opener

The NBA season lasts 82 games.  That’s a lot of games.  When a season lasts that long, it’s not unreasonable to say that the first game of the season is … well … worthless.  Somehow I don’t think that’s going to be the case for the Miami Heat and Boston Celtics come October 26, 2010. …Read More

LeBron is Right Not to Thank Cleveland

Don’t get me wrong, I don’t agree with the way LeBron James has gone about his business over the past month or so.  The whole ESPN “The Decision” gimmick was an abomination and I think he should have avoided making such a spectacle out of leaving his home state to play in South Beach.  However,…Read More

Unintended Consequence: Heat Fire Season Tickets Sales Staff

Talk about a dick move. Now that they have the Bermuda Triangle in Miami — LeBron James, Chris Bosh, and Dwyane Wade — fans have been celebrating and Miami Heat tickets are the hottest item in town and fans have been celebrating. They have sold out all their season tickets and won’t have to worry…Read More

Kings Hire DeMarcus Cousins a Babysitter err His High School Coach

Before the 2010 NBA Draft, we told you we were big on Kentucky center DeMarcus Cousins. Unlike other worried teams, the Sacramento Kings did not shy away from Cousins and his “character issues,” instead pulling the trigger with the fourth overall pick. Cousins rewarded Sacramento for the bold decision by playing like a future All-Star…Read More

NBA Trying to Prevent Players from Calling the Shots

I don’t know if Danny Ainge started the whole “super team” era or not by getting Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen to join Paul Pierce in Boston three years ago, but it seems like it’s starting to become a problem for Commissioner David Stern and the NBA.  Since the beginning of NBA free agency about…Read More

David Kahn: Chris Webber’s a ‘Schmuck’

I guess it’s name-calling day. Earlier we told you about Glen Beck calling Brian Urlacher a neo-Nazi. Now, we get a continuance of the war of the words that has rapidly developed between Chris Webber and Minnesota Timberwolves GM David Kahn. The latest jab was thrown by Kahn on KSTP radio in Minneapolis, when he…Read More

Knicks Need to Go Get Chris Paul

When Chris Paul toasted to himself, Carmelo Anthony, and Amare Stoudemire forming their own “Big Three” in New York in the future, the writing was on the wall.  If you’re the New Orleans Hornets’ brass and your franchise player is rumored to be speaking openly about his future plans in another city — despite the…Read More

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