May 28, 2010

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All of that, and Ron Artest is the hero? I guess that makes sense in a strange, fate-driven way. Read the rest of this entry »


Let’s Cut a Groove

May 26, 2010

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Settle, everybody settle. Slow the talk of outcoaching and confusion. So far, nothing has happened but was designed to happen by the playoff format. Believe me, I hope this is a trend that will continue for the Suns, but I just can’t see it, not for game 5 at least. Read the rest of this entry »

What a Shame

May 24, 2010

We will miss you Mike Brown. You may not have been an offensive guru, but you were a good coach. Read the rest of this entry »

Comfort and Coaching

May 24, 2010

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Believe me, I really want the Suns to win. But, one game doesn’t shift this series. The same things that were said about the Lakers are still true, even if not for one night. Can the Suns win game 4? Yes. Game 5? Maybe. I just don’t know. The Lakers were still well in this game despite Amar’e going into that mode that makes you think he deserves a Max deal. Read the rest of this entry »

Take the Future

May 21, 2010

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He stands about 6’8”, maybe 6’9” depending on the purpose of the statement, weighs 200 and who knows how many pounds. He is a tremendous athlete, has had various acrobatic highlights and can play a few positions. He may very determine the future of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Clearly, this is far too overt a description to be LeBron James. No, this is JJ Hickson. Read the rest of this entry »

Revitalize The Desire

May 20, 2010

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When did Kevin Garnett become fun to watch again? Can this all be traced back to Quentin Richardson and his face’s attempts to lure KG’s elbow into it? Read the rest of this entry »

Mission Statement

May 20, 2010

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The key thing to remember is that all hope is not lost. Hey, this game was tied 90-90 going into the fourth quarter. The Suns were riding a tidal wave of momentum with Grant Hill routinely draining the very mid-range jumpshot while Kobe or any of his backups relaxed their defense on the senior citizen of the NBA world. Read the rest of this entry »