>Looking Around The Corner: Toronto Raptors Offense

> By Josh Levine When Bryan Colangelo was hired as the GM of the Toronto Raptors, he brought with him the idea that the up-tempo purely offensive push-the-ball-constantly system would win NBA championships. Not only has this man been proven wrong over and over, teams like the Spurs, Celtics, Lakers and Mavs have thrown it … Continue reading

>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

>BREAKING NEWS! Troy Murphy has been traded. The Nets power forward was traded earlier today to the Warriors. … What’s that? … You don’t care? … Why not? This is Troy Murphy, the Irish Hammer, the Stealthy Shamrock, the … OK, OK, fine. You’re right. It’s not even a blip on today’s trade radar. Nonetheless, … 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

>Some guys do nothing but complain

> Kevin Garnett has been in the media a lot this year, and none of them have been for good a reason, which is a shame because he is having one of his best seasons on the Celtics, getting my vote for Defense Player of the Year.  Below are a list of quotes I have … Continue reading

>Daily Dribbles

> Happy Monday, people. I know it sucks. If you’re reading this in the United States, chances are it’s freezing where you are right now; you’re at work, which sucks; and you’d rather be in pajamas at home watching NBA TV.  I can understand that sentiment, so I’m going to give you something to live … 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

>Daily Dribbles

> We talked about it yesterday, but I just can’t get enough Mikhail Prokhorov in my life. The man dropped the proverbial hammer yesterday and it made me happier than a tornado in a trailer park. Yeeehaaa! If you missed it, Proky called a press conference to discuss current team affairs, he then dropped a … Continue reading

>Daily Dribbles

> Rajon Rondo teaches Tony Parker correct Jumping Jack form.Not only does he record triple-doubles, he is also concerned with player fitness.  Wow! We have a lot to cover today, so I’ll try to make it all as brief as possible. Of course I’ll still be the sarcastic champion you all know and love, so … Continue reading

>Players likely to be Traded

> With teams playing about 20 games so far, they have an understanding what they have and what they may need. I will go down all 30 NBA teams and determine which player is most likely to be traded. This does not mean they there will be any trades involving mentioned players, just that they … Continue reading