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The Boston Red Sox Need a W

We have two wild card races tonight that we all thought were over one month ago. The Boston Red Sox have had an abysmal September and the loss of Clay Buchholz has affected them much more than I originally suspected. The September absences in Boston Kevin Youkilis has also been... Continue reading "The Boston Red Sox Need a W" »

Cam Newton Silencing the Critics

As I tuned in on Sunday afternoon and watched the quarterback that broke onto the scene a year ago at Auburn (yes, people knew Cam Newton pre-Auburn but, no one knew he was going to have one of the most impressive seasons in college football history), I sat in awe.... Continue reading "Cam Newton Silencing the Critics" »

Post-Jordan Era All-NBA Teams Part 2

Lockout to Lockout All-NBA First Team Center –Shaquille O’Neal Shaq after big dunk in 2000 Playoffs The man with more nicknames that any other in NBA history is the starting center on the lockout to lockout team; he was the dominant player in the league for 5 years of this... Continue reading "Post-Jordan Era All-NBA Teams Part 2" »

Post-Jordan Era All-NBA Teams Part 1

On the verge of possibly missing NBA Games (maybe a whole season) for the first time since 1998-1999; I though this would be the perfect time to give out awards and all-NBA selections spanning from lockout to lockout. This was an era that was dominated by the west, mainly the... Continue reading "Post-Jordan Era All-NBA Teams Part 1" »

McGrady Duos

A player who I once considered better than Kobe Bryant, Allen Iverson, and Vince Carter at one point in time, Tracy McGrady. He was one of the best scorers this league ever saw during his stint in Orlando. He almost singlehandedly defeated the Pistons as an 8 seed (they were... Continue reading "McGrady Duos" »

2011 NBA Mock Draft: Williams and Irving to Cavs

I know some people are not pumped about this year’s NBA draft but, you should be! This will be the last basketball we discuss in a while because of the lockout that is pending in the NBA. So tune in at 7 PM tonight, while a new wave of talent... Continue reading "2011 NBA Mock Draft: Williams and Irving to Cavs" »

Rubio Finally Arrives in NBA

Ricky Rubio has been buzzing in Spain, the way Lebron was buzzing in the US, since he was 14 years old. (I’m talking about Lebron coming up from high school but, I guess Lebron is probably buzzing now more than ever. Except, this time it’s for the wrong reasons) Rick... Continue reading "Rubio Finally Arrives in NBA" »

Kemba Walker the next Allen Iverson

As I sat down this past April and watched Kemba Walker complete his amazing journey in college basketball with a National Championship victory. I thought about who he reminded me of the most. He showed an uncanny ability to win close games and hit every big shot when it mattered,... Continue reading "Kemba Walker the next Allen Iverson" »

Lebron Hurt His Development

Lebron should not have left Cleveland for Miami. Yes, that is what every NBA fan (including me) has been saying for about 12 months. And never in my history of watching basketball have I seen a player be more scrutinized than Lebron was this past year. Does he does deserve... Continue reading "Lebron Hurt His Development" »

Dan Gilbert or Mark Cuban

On Sunday night, there were two owners that were victorious. The first one was obviously Mark Cuban; the owner of the Mavericks who has been as vocal as any owner over the past decade and cares about his team as much as any owner in sports. The second owner was... Continue reading "Dan Gilbert or Mark Cuban" »

Dallas Wins

The NBA Finals finished in six games as I predicted but, the Mavericks won which I did not predict. The Mavericks continued to get stronger as the series progressed. The Heat, on the other hand, crumbled and were unable to run a formidable offense in the last five minutes of... Continue reading "Dallas Wins" »

Lebron in the Finals

After Game 1 of the NBA Finals this playoff, everyone got the feeling that Lebron James and the rest of the Miami Heat had turned a corner in finishing games. Lebron finished with 24-9-5; he only had 1 turnover and shot 4 of 5 from the perimeter. These numbers were... Continue reading "Lebron in the Finals" »

Does Dirk Need This Ring to be a Legend?

Dirk Nowitzki has stood the test of time in a way that few others from this generation have done, in fact I would make the argument that has defense has improved. As we watch the likes of Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett, Jason Kidd, and others slow down. And... Continue reading "Does Dirk Need This Ring to be a Legend?" »

Whose Winning the MVP: Rose or Howard

I was having a discussion with my friend the other day about what Most Valuable Player (MVP) means. As time has progressed so has the award, at one point in time it may have gone to the best player in the league. That is no longer what the award means... Continue reading "Whose Winning the MVP: Rose or Howard" »

NBA Trade Deadline: Who Won 2011

The last 48 hours have been ridiculous in the NBA and if you live in the tri-state area, as I do, you have not seen this much buzz around basketball since the Knicks in the late 90s. (I know the Nets went to 2 championships in the early 2000s but,... Continue reading "NBA Trade Deadline: Who Won 2011" » Video Corner

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