Category Archives: 2011-2012 NBA Season

Celtics Aftermath: Where Do We Go From Here?

The wound is too raw and it is far too soon for “Celtics Nation” to be over their collective pain. After watching their team fall to the Miami Heat in game seven of the Eastern Conference Finals on Saturday night, … Continue reading

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Lakers Aftermath: Last Hurrah For Former Two-Time Champs?

After making three straight appearances in the NBA Finals and winning back-to-back NBA Titles at their last two times at the big dance; the Los Angeles Lakers have been knocked out of the Post Season in the Association in the second round … Continue reading

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The Only Way To End “Cheap Shots” On D-Rose Is For Bulls To Stop It

Although it has been a very successful campaign for the Chicago Bulls so far; in many ways it has been a frustrating season for the team’s All-Star point guard Derrick Rose. The reigning NBA MVP has been best by injuries … Continue reading

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Another One Bites The Dust, Big Baby Davis Hurt In Orlando’s Win Over Cleveland

  The NBA franchise that resided in Orlando could accurately change their name to the “Orlando M.A.S.H” as the club’s roster has been decimated by injuries over the past few weeks. The first player to go down was veteran forward … Continue reading

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Sterling Publicly Supporting Coach Vinny Del Negro May Have Righted Clippers Ship

Sometimes all you need is clarification to set things back on their proper course as the Los Angeles Clippers have demonstrated over the past couple of weeks. After being perpetual cellar dwellers in the Association for the past few years, … Continue reading

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Rejuvenated Celtics Hoping To Make Some Noise In The Playoffs

After weeks of non-stop rumors that Boston Celtics President of Basketball Operations Danny Ainge was actively shopping All-Star point guard Rajon Rondo and that the “ New Big Three” would be torn apart and sent to distance cities all over … Continue reading

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Thunder Coach Scott Brooks Says Resting Players For Post Season Is “Cheating The Game”

Although the logic behind it is quite understandable; it has always bothered me when teams in the Association keep their players on the bench for the last few games of the regular season so that they are well rested for … Continue reading

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Del Negro Feeling The Pressure, Explodes At Clippers Players After Loss To Thunder

Just a few weeks ago, conversation about the Los Angeles Clippers centered on whether they could hold on and defeat their co-tenants at the Staples Center for the Pacific Division Title; as well as far they would advance in the … Continue reading

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Watch Out New York, Make Way For “Wood-Sanity”

Now that the New York Knicks gift shop has put all the “Linsanity” merchandise on the clearance table, it may be time for them to start stocking up on “Wood-Sanity” gear, as the Knicks have gotten off to a 4-0 … Continue reading

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Respect The Talent If Not The Man, LeBron James Having Tremendous Season

During the course of last season, Miami Heat forward LeBron James underwent a transformation that turned him from being a “Poster Boy” for all that was good in the NBA into a pariah, a man who was among the most hated … Continue reading

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