>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

>Bozo Classics – Qyntel Woods

>The Bozo of the Night segments have become very popular here at the PBT over the past few months, but on that fateful day when I chose Darko Milicic as our first ever honored Bozo, I didn’t invent the Bozo. Bozoic activity has always been present in the NBA since the days of old. There … Continue reading

>Daily Dribbles

> Kendrick Perkins returned to action Jan. 25 in the Garden. Perkins walked out on the court to a standing ovation from Celtics fans. The return is a little more than a week earlier than Perkins originally stated he would. Perkins finished the night with seven points and six rebounds in 17 minutes of play. … Continue reading

>Daily Dribbles

>Happy New Year everyone! This is a time to reflect back on the ones we’ve lost, the ones we’ve gained. A time to look back on how far you’ve come. It has been a crazy year in the NBA. Players have moved, owners have changed, a lot has happened. But we’ve had a great decade … Continue reading

>Daily Dribbles

> Rajon Rondo makes a pass in traffic during a game versus the Denver Nuggets Dec. 8th. It was  Rondo’s first action since sitting out four games with a tender Hamstring. (NBAE/Getty Images) Back in the beginning of November, Kevin Garnett made some unsavory comments about Charlie Villanueva referencing Charlie’s resemblance to a cancer patient. … Continue reading