>2011 Eastern Conference Review

> Since I am at a stretch for things to write before the season ends I decided to just write about every single NBA team.  I am taking a lesson from Brian (http://www.hoopscritic.com/) here. I will look back at my predictions, what has happened, and how I feel about it.  I am going to left … Continue reading

>Daily Dribbles

> So, Tuesday, you’ve come at last to relieve me of my Monday sickness. Annoying, wasn’t it? I warned you about Monday. Butler and UConn got to experience it firsthand. And the rest of us had to watch that poor excuse for a basketball game. But I’m blaming Monday, shouldn’t have watched a game on … Continue reading

>Daily Dribbles

> In case there was any doubt, the Los Angeles Lakers showed they aren’t going to be knocked around during their quest for a third straight NBA championship. When push comes to shove, they can be physical with the best of them. Just ask the Dallas Mavericks. Kobe Bryant scored 28 points, Andrew Bynum had … Continue reading

>Daily Dribbles

> With eight games left, the Bulls attempt to not only clinch their first playoff spot since the Jordan era, but also get Derrick Rose his first MVP award.  Happy Thursday Dribblers. Hope you are having a wonderful day. Of course for us who live in the northeast, that sentence is a joke. We have … Continue reading

>Daily Dribbles

> Don’t Hate- Just appreciate. So here I am, writing this column, begrudgingly, because I know there are only going to be 2-3 people who read, including the off chance my mother reads it, which is doubtful because she finds Christmas gnomes far more interesting than pro basketball. So, yeah, chances are not good. There … Continue reading

>Daily Dribbles

> Lakers fans held there breath as Kobe Bryant grimaces after hurting his ankle in a game against Dallas March 12.  (AP Photo/LM Otero) Happy Monday, Dribblers. How was your weekend? We hope it was good. Did your favorite team get into the big dance? Or are you and Chauncey Billups sitting on a couch crying … Continue reading

>Daily Dribbles

> SMASH!!! Hey Dribblers. Sorry about the difficulties yesterday. Seems as though my trusty computer may have caught a cold. But I gave it some tussin’ and we are all good to go now. I’ll try and catch you up on anything important we missed yesterday since we had to cut it short. I promise … Continue reading

>Daily Dribbles

>Hallelujah. The day is finally here. Sweet relief. Are you happy, Dribblers? I am. Happier than a tornado in a trailer park. It took three-quarters of a season, but the Carmelo Anthony saga is over. In the end, it was a three-team love triangle involving Denver, New York and Minnesota all exchanging players. The terms … Continue reading

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> To the Greatest to ever do it, Happy 48th Birthday Johnny Kilroy Today is the day we celebrate a great man, a man who has brought us many great memories throughout the years. A man whose accomplishments can’t be fully described with words. A man who once faked his own retirement only to play … Continue reading

>Daily Dribbles

> Apparently Pau Gasol took Kobe’s alliteration literally. That lipstick really brings out his eyes. Last week, we discussed Kobe Bryant comments on how he wanted Pau Gasol to be selfish, like the “Black Swan.” Apparently the recently-announced All-Star center listened. I have to say, as a Laker fan, I love the results. Gasol had a season-high … Continue reading