Category Archives: NBA Team Analysis

Have The Cavaliers Become A Losing Battle For Grant?

Sitting on the sidelines so far in this campaign, as PRO HOOPS CENTRAL has been on sabbatical, there have been some interesting stories emanating from the Association as we near the halfway point of the season. However, the story that … Continue reading

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Wizards And Wall Talk Max Deal

The Washington Wizards have not made a lot of smart moves over the last few years, however they do have a starting back-court that is capable of being one of the best in the Association. The “Washington Post” is reporting that the … Continue reading

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Sixers Begin Long Road Back To Respectability

After going through the last few campaigns trying to keep their roster together with Band-Aids and duct-tape, the Philadelphia 76ers have entered full rebuild mode since the end of the past season. As of July 24, 2013, they still are … Continue reading

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Will Josh Smith Be Another “Detroit Breakdown” For Pistons?

Many NBA observers considered Detroit Pistons President Of Basketball Operations Joe Dumars, one of the brightest young minds in the Association, just a few years ago. However, the former Pistons guard kick started the franchise’s deterioration, when he traded point guard Chauncey … Continue reading

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Celtics Plan: Blow It Up And Wish For Wiggins

“Celtics-Nation,” realized big changes were on their way, after the club granted former bench boss Doc Rivers his release from his contract in Boston, to take over as head coach and Vice President of the Los Angeles Clippers, earlier this week. The … Continue reading

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New “Big-Dig” For Boston, As Celtics Start Rebuild

“Celtics Nation,” may understand the reasons that Doc Rivers is leaving their team’s bench, to spend the next three years trying to get the Los Angeles Clippers, their first NBA Title; but that does not translate into liking the idea. … Continue reading

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Would Oden Be Good Fit For Cavaliers, Or Heartbreak For Fans?

Although the Cleveland Cavaliers, will have plenty of space under the NBA Salary-Cap starting on July 1, speculation is growing that the club could complete a deal; that could be qualified as a “low risk move, with a possible high … Continue reading

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Will The Lakers Deal D-Howard Before NBA Trade Deadline?

As the calendar moves toward the end of January; we find ourselves deep into the winter of the Los Angeles Lakers discontent. Preseason predictions of the Lakers rolling through the Western Conference on the way back to the NBA Finals; … Continue reading

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Celtics Problem? Rondo Says “Everybody Isn’t A Sore Loser”

Exactly, what motivates a player from the Association, to leave everything out on the floor for at least 82 games in the regular season and far more if their team advances deep into the Post Season? If you posed that question to ten … Continue reading

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Memphis Coach Hollins Says Grizzlies “Are Playing Together”

Just a few years ago; the Memphis Grizzlies were charter members of the Association’s “Cellar-Dwellers” and the club’s General Manager Chris Quinn, seemed to be destined to wind up on the NBA scrap-heap. Quinn, fell far short of success holding … Continue reading

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