Category Archives: NBA Analysis

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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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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Battle Of Los Angeles Could Soon Become Hollywood Blockbuster

For fans of the Association, Los Angeles may the perfect place to live in the upcoming campaign; as the “City Of Angels” will have two teams that at least on paper, have a legitimate shot of winning the 2013 NBA … Continue reading

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Will Re-Tooled Celtics Be Finals Contenders Next Season?

The Boston Celtics ended their season, after failing to hold onto a 3-2 edge in the Eastern Conference Finals to the eventual NBA Champions, the Miami Heat. Boston, went into the off-season as a club that battered and bruised, with … Continue reading

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Does JaVale McGee Deserve Same Money As Hibbert And Lopez?

Although Blake Griffin leaping over a car, while being fed the ball by former teammate Baron Davis and then slamming the rock through the hole, was a spectacular feat; I was more impressed by center JaVale McGee’s performance, in the 2011 … Continue reading

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Will Dan Gilbert Be A Hypocrite If Cavaliers Help Nets Land Howard?

Although at times since he took over as Majority Owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Dan Gilbert has allowed his emotions to get the best of him, I have always admired him for his passion and respected him for sticking to … Continue reading

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How About The Magic Tell D-Howard Stay Home For Next Season?

Although their marketing department would never approve it, the slogan that most aptly describes the current state of the Association is “The NBA, Where The Lunatics DO Run The Asylum.” Once again, a franchise from the Association is in a no-win … Continue reading

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Why Has “Flopping” Become The New Hot Button For The NBA?

NBA Commissioner David Stern has suddenly become obsessed with the “Flopping Epidemic” that has invaded the Association, like a virus in his opinion. Stern is so upset with players exaggerating the contact that they receive on a play, in hopes … Continue reading

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Phil Jackson Calls Knicks “Clumsy” In HBO Interview

Former head coach Phil Jackson revealed in an upcoming interview on HBO, that he was glad that he was not contacted by the New York Knicks, before they decided that Mike Woodson was the man who the club wanted to … Continue reading

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