>Is the Western Conference as wide open as we believe?

> As the power shift continues to lean toward the East, the Western Conference playoffs have turned into a sort of question mark, aside from the team with five rings this decade along with seven Finals appearances. San Antonio has had the best record and will most likely finish with the best record in the … Continue reading

>Daily Dribbles

>  OK, so we have a later start to the Dribbles then normal today. I’m starting this column as the Laker game is on. What are the chances that I get anything done? Ding ding, you’re right, not very good. But, I will do my best to update you. Hopefully, we will hear more weeping … Continue reading

>On the bubble, professionally speaking

> With the tournament looming around the corner, I will take a look at the bubble teams in the NBA.  With less than 20 games left for each team, it is now make or break time for these teams. Not like any of these teams will win a series but it is getting there that … Continue reading

>Daily Dribbles

>Mutiny in the Motor-City When you want a dictator out of office, one of the best things you can do is a peaceful protest. A protest that lets the powers that be know about your displeasure with the current situation and, if your lucky, the public will follow and support your plight. We saw this … Continue reading

>Daily Dribbles

> A new future looms in Oklahoma City for David and Goliath. The Celtics, according to an NBA source, traded popular workhorse center Kendrick Perkins to the Oklahoma City Thunder along with guard Nate Robinson for small forward Jeff Green and center Nenad Krstic. Perkins, who is expected to miss the next few games with … Continue reading

>Trades, Trades and More Trades

> Well, the deadline was crazy two days ago and yesterday, but these last minute deals are definitely shocking and fun all at the same time.  Below we will break down the recent trades that have happened in the past two hours. The Celtics have agreed to send Kendrick Perkins to the Thunder in exchange … Continue reading

>NBA Player’s Wives – Gwendolyn Osborne Smith

> Gwendolyn Osborne (born 1977 or 1978) is a British-born model and actress. The couple wed on September 2, 2006, and have a son, Malloy, born on March 25, 2008. Malloy Smith joined his mother on stage during one prize on the February 4, 2010 episode of the show. Two-time NBA Champion and TNT sports … Continue reading

>GREAT FORGOTTEN DUNK CONTEST DUNKS

> Steve Francis – 2000 Obviously one of, if not the, most EPIC Slam Dunk Contests ever, Steve Francis was a forgotten fact during the Vince show. But he did put on quite the display, highlighted by this dunk. I know it’s a lob, but the pass was off, so he had to improvise with … Continue reading

>Looking to Purchase an NBA Team?

> Forbes released their 2011 franchise values for the NBA teams recently.  A couple of fun facts, that Celtics are 4th without owning their own building. Not sure how Toronto made it to the top half of the bracket, except they have the Canadian market on lock down, although I am pretty sure Steve Nash … Continue reading

>Daily Dribbles

> It’s a sad day here at The Pro Basketball Talk. It seems the hoops world has lost one of its legends. George Crowe, winner of the first Indianapolis Star‘s Indiana Mr. Basketball honor, passed away Jan. 18 in an assited living facility in Sacramento, Calif. He was 89. (Indianapolis Star) Crowe played under legendary coach … Continue reading