>Wait… What?

>Wow. The Dallas Mavericks did not deserve to win that game last night. Well, maybe I should rephrase that. They didn’t deserve to win until a 7-foot German assassin took over with about six minutes left in the fourth quarter. I had a whole different blog post planned out for today. About how for the … Continue reading

>Snap Into Game 4 Tonight

>I’ll admit that I have not been on top of the NBA like I usually am as of late. As you, the readers, must know if you have read my stuff to any degree, I am a massive pro wrestling fan and on Friday came the death of one of my all time favorites. The … Continue reading


> Let’s hold off on the parade. Let’s cancel the coronation. Put away the confetti. Ladies, gentlemen, and overall degenerates, we have a series out West. It was a thrilling night for Oklahoma City Thunder fans, thanks in part to a 106-100 victory over the Dallas Mavericks, in game 2 of the Western Conference finals. … Continue reading


>Game 2 of the Mavericks / Thunder Western Conference Finals series is tonight. If you can’t watch the game, let me fill you in on I think will happen, and it will probably be 100% correct and then you’ll feel like you hadn’t missed the game at all. The defense will be picked up: Both … Continue reading

>Nowitzki: Doin’ Dirk

>By using that subject line, I am in no way suggesting ever watching “Kobe: Doin’ Work” because that was a waste of my time. But wasting time is not something that Dirk Nowitski did during his eight days off after his Mavericks knocked off the two-time defending NBA champion Lakers in a clean sweep of … Continue reading

>Mavericks / Blazers Game 6 Live Blog

>Due to the wonderful response I got from my live blog for Game 2 of this series, I think it’s time to give it another go. With the Mavs up 3-2 they have a chance to close this series out, but Portland is always tough to beat at home, so this is bound to be … Continue reading

>Mavericks / Blazers Game 5 Recap

>Many NBA enthusiasts agree that Game 5 is many times the most important game of a seven-game series, especially when the particular series is tied at 2-2. This game was especially important for the Dallas Mavericks, who couldn’t afford to walk into a Game 6 in the Rose Garden down 3-2 to the Portland Trailblazers, … Continue reading

>Mavericks / Blazers Game 2 Live Blog

> 12:20 p.m. Game over man. Game over. Dallas takes it in semi-dominating fashion to my surprise. Dirk has 33 including the last 11 and Kidd has another big one. Mavs up 2-0 but Dirk says it best, “This series is far from over.” 12:14 p.m.: Dirk gets two, makes a big defensive stand, than … Continue reading

>#3 Dallas vs. #6 Portland: The Lost Series

> Despite this being one of the most anticipated of the NBA Playoff series, and probably the closest on paper, not much attention has been paid to this series nationally, and I think I know why. Here are a few reasons: 1. We haven’t, or I guess I should say I haven’t, been previewing or … Continue reading

>Not really Bozos, they are Duds, Playoffs Day 1

> Playoff Duds Day One Jason Richardson 41 Minutes, 4 points (2-8, 0-4), 1 rebound, 1 steal, 1 assist, 1 turnover, 3 fouls Hedo Turkoglu 38 Minutes, 6 points (2-9, 1-4, 1-2), 4 rebounds, 1 steal, 5 assists, 1 turnover, 4 fouls Keith Bogans 17 Minutes, 0 points (0-3), 3 rebounds, 1 foul, defend Danny … Continue reading