Champ’s Power Rankings: Week 4

November 27, 2009

Playoffs?

1. Los Angeles Lakers: OK, an early home schedule is good and all, and Pau Gasol is back and doing work, and everythings clicking. But, there is no but, the Lakers are the number one team in the league. However, I’m not sure Kobe’s increased scoring is a good sign or not.

2. Atlanta Hawks: Disclaimer: Yes I am writing this after watching their cold effort in their falling to the Orlando Magic, at home. But coming into Monday this team was still on fire, yes they deserve to be here now. Next week? watch out.

3. Denver Nuggets: Coming into the season I was concerned about Denver. Yes, drafting Ty Lawson is a HUGE plus, but they made no offseason moves to improve the team. But then, Carmello Anthony stepped up, he finally is dishing out points and rebounds like a true superstar. Tracking Anthony’s development at a recent trip to the pool really sold me on the Nuggets, they’ve come a long way. They had Allen Iverson around this time last year.

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Way to Go: Kevin Martin

November 3, 2009

Grizzlies Kings Basketball

Wow. All I can say is wow.

I have always known that Kevin Martin was a superior player, especially on offense. But I never expected K-Mart to put up these numbers, let alone in the third game of the season.

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Paints in the Fantasy Draft

October 23, 2009

So the teams have been drafted for the 2009-2010 Fantasy Draft and here are the rosters. Read the rest of this entry »


Season Preview: Portland Trail Blazers

October 22, 2009

Team History:

The Blazers entered the NBA as an expansion team in 1970, which itself is not very interesting. However, seven years later, with the help of Bill Walton, the Blazers won their first and only championship in franchise history. Shortly after, however, Walton injured his foot and demanded a trade to the team of his choice. The Blazers refused and Walton held out the entire next season, leaving the team as a free agent shortly after. Read the rest of this entry »


The Success Recipe

July 7, 2009

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Most teams around the Association have enacted the same process for going about building a team that has a great chance of winning games. They use the same basic outline and then add a few spices to the mix in order to attain the ultimate glory.

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The Natural

June 26, 2009

IASIP

Born in Seattle, Washington, Brandon Dawayne Roy (sic) was born to play the game of basketball. After struggling with the ACT, Roy finally reached the score needed to play in Division I basketball. He chose college basketball over early entry into the Association and signed with the hometown Washington Huskies where he teamed up with Nate Robinson. After his junior season in 2005, Roy nearly entered the draft again, but realizing that teammate Robinson and the Huskies’ top recruit were both forgoing the 2006 season to go pro, he stuck around for one more year. The extra experience helped and vaulted his draft stock in the 2006 draft. Read the rest of this entry »