Good Times

April 20, 2010

Remember when Kobe and Marbury were good friends?

Neither do I.

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Champ’s Power Rankings: Week 4

November 27, 2009


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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Say It Isn’t So

September 10, 2009

What would the world be if it weren’t for Stephon Marbury (one less skull tattoo, less misguided good intentions centered around cheap sneakers, less headaches)? The reason I’m bringing this up is on his twitter account Stephon Marbury has hinted that his career may have come to an abrupt end.

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Wrap It Before You Scrap It

June 19, 2009


Well ladies and gentlemen, another NBA season has come and gone and before we throw it away and prepare for the draft, let us all take a look at what we learned.

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The Calm before the Storm

June 9, 2009

letsmakeadealWith all of the focus on the 2010 free agent class, this upcoming class is being overlooked. Not without substantial talent, the free agent class of 2009 has the ability to change the direction of a team or hinder their development. Read the rest of this entry »