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>CP3 Publicly ‘Respects’ D West’s Decision to Opt Out

    Yes! An opportunity to talk about David West under a negatively spun light! I’ve been waiting for this ever since 2007-2008 when he was dubbed “the most underrated player in the NBA” by… well everyone. He went on to play in two all-star games (for the record, if you make an all-star team … Continue reading

>NBA Unplugged with Larry Coon, CBA Expert

> This week Brian Geltzeiler and Jacob Noble will be breaking down Tuesday’s NBA Lockout with Larry Coon (Twitter ).  We will be breaking down the current issues at hand in the negotiations for the new Collective Bargaining Agreement.  Larry Coon writes for ESPN, New York Times, and Hoopsworld.  He is also the author of CBA … Continue reading

>Looking Around The Corner: Phoenix Suns

> You could argue that the demise of the Phoenix Suns began with the trading of Joe Johnson in 2005. The franchise was coming off its best season in years, Steve Nash had just been named MVP in his first season with the team since they drafted him, Amare and Shawn Marion had just been … Continue reading

>The NBA Lockout, In a Nutshell

> Since doomsday is approaching and Larry Coon joins us tomorrow, we decided to give you a little education on the main issues with the NBA labor talks.  I actually hate saying Labor because it sounds like no one likes his job in the league.   The time of night that I am up preparing this … Continue reading

>A day in the life of a Draft

> This post comes to us a few days late, which can be blamed on HTC for making a piece of crap phone (more on this later). My day at the 2011 NBA Draft was spectacular to say the least, as I was surrounded by fellow friends with excitement in the air for all. Newark, … Continue reading

>The Stuart Scott Gatorade Incident and More

> As all twelve of our regular readers are well aware, the PBT crew and I were in attendance last night at the 2011 NBA Draft in Newark, NJ. A great time was had by all and we were in full effect getting some solid exposure for the site all throughout the event. Towards the … Continue reading

>NBA Draft Winners and Losers

> By Josh Levine There were more winners than losers in last night’s draft. When the draft concluded I thought most teams made out well, not too many reached and most went after positions of need verses best available player. The Celtics, Bobcats and Jazz all did well in their slots and the Bucks made … Continue reading

>More Questions Than Answers Left Behind After the Finals

> Photoshop by Payton Wales This NBA season was brilliant, seriously, just brilliant. It couldn’t have played out better, and not because the Whore of Akron lost in the Finals. Honestly, I would have preferred he lose to the Sixers but that’s just me. This season was about more than LeBron James and the disgusting … Continue reading

>PBT’s Day at the Draft

> Sports Illustrated, Don’t believe us? click it! Click READ MORE for all the pictures JJ loves everything about Steve Nash, he likes him, this much. The Basketball Jones loves us too! New Writer Josh Levin was a little chilly in his hoodie Brandon Jennings signing autographs for the kids Birds eye view of the … Continue reading