Category Archives: Commentary

Oden Not Ready To Go Quietly Into The Night

Most people in Greg Oden’s position; would be ready to start the next adventure of their lifetime journey; leaving thoughts of playing in the NBA in the rear-view mirror. Unless he threw his money away, or invested in bad business … Continue reading

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Can Royce Roll In The NBA? Rockets Suspend Rookie Forward

Regular readers of these pages; will clearly remember previously seeing the following phrase; The NBA Draft is an inexact science at best. Every year in late June; the NBA selects 30 young men in the first round of the draft; with the … Continue reading

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Does David Stern Have The Right To Dictate NBA Team’s Lineups?

When NBA Commissioner David Stern hands over the reins of power to Deputy Commissioner Adam Silver, in February of 2014; the Association will be in far better shape then when he took the job in 1984. The NBA relegated to the … Continue reading

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When Will Rajon Rondo Finally Grow Up? NBA Suspends Guard Two Games

The most talented players in the Association, are absolutely worthless to their franchises; if they allow the moment to overtake them getting ejected from a contest. Although, a team can be inspired from such an incident; in most cases, the production … Continue reading

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Brandon Roy Satisfied He Gave His All In Comeback Attempt

“The difference between success and failure is patience and persistence.” Author Unknown Although some of us are blessed to be born with extraordinary talents in some area, until you learn to hone those skills; you will most likely fail far … Continue reading

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Darko’s Sad, Star-Crossed NBA Career May Have Reached Its End

Because of all the variables involved, the NBA Draft is an inexact science at best. Although many top selections, do play well enough to justify when they went in the Draft; there have been plenty of players that either proved to … Continue reading

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Has “Soft-Serve Bynum” Reverted Back To Form?

Regular readers of these pages, are well aware of the amount of criticism that Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum, has received from this corner over the years. Although, Bynum’s talent has never been questioned, his durability certainly has been up … Continue reading

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First Lakers Lesson For D’Antoni, Nobody Puts Kobe In A Corner

Even if produced before you were born, odds are good that you have seen the movie “Dirty Dancing,” at least once. This coming of age tale, set in the Catskill Mountains of New York, in the early sixties; has to … Continue reading

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Panic In Los Angeles Leads To Firing Of Mike Brown As Bench Boss

Longtime observers of the NBA, know that certain teams, operate in a helter-skelter fashion; ignoring the long-term; while constantly altering their short-term goals. One year they will enter a campaign with a roster laden with veterans, only to come back the following season … Continue reading

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Hornets Coach Williams, Unhappy With NBA Concussion Policy

The mindset of Pro-Sports in this country, has changed radically during the last 45 years; if you need proof, than the philosophy of Hall Of Fame NFL coach Vince Lombardi, just might alleviate all doubts. Although the NFL, has had … Continue reading

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