The Champ gives his thoughts on the game on a restful Thursday evening.
To begin, I would like to talk about, in my and many others opinion, the best player on the planet: Kobe Bryant. Read the rest of this entry »
So the teams have been drafted for the 2009-2010 Fantasy Draft and here are the rosters. Read the rest of this entry »
The Spurs have a long and illustrious history dating back to the ABA, unapologetic Afros, short shorts, and a style of playing basketball built to purely entertain. This is of course in reference to George Gervin and his gorgeous finger roll that has since inspired a new generation of flair, much like Kareem’s sky hook or Dr. J’s gliding through the air. Read the rest of this entry »
Tim Duncan – (n.) 1) someone who is so close to perfection, that the mere sight of his play causes drowsiness. 2) Somehow manages to be considered the best power forward of all time and is still underrated. 3) Seemingly devoid of any flair while playing, only breaking out of character when laughing on the bench and being thrown out of the game. 4) Perfected the bank shot to the point that the best player in the game (Kobe Bryant) copied him, adding to his skill set. 5) A terrific defender, tremendous offensive player, and all around good guy who isn’t embraced by the population at large. 6) Championship winning big man who has just as many titles as Shaq and Kobe without all of the bickering.
“I remember one time Kevin Garnett was mushing him, and shoving him in the face; and Tim Duncan didn’t do anything, he didn’t react. He just kicked Kevin Garnett’s ass, and won the damn championship. You know what I’m sayin‘? That’s gangsta. Everybody can show emotion, dunk on somebody, scream and be real cocky; but Tim Duncan is a … he’s a pimp.”
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.