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Playoff Hopes Extinguished

Picture Source: http://losthatsportsblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/amare-hand-injury.jpg httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XgBtz5eunCY The Knicks are all but out of the playoffs at this point, and though they have had a plethera of injuries recently, I can only focus on the perhaps the most idiotic move of all time.  … Continue reading

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The Status of the NBA

    “We soon could see some of the best NFL players in a different league”         With all the concussion issues and legal issues surrounding them, the future of the NFL seems to be in serious doubt.  Malcolm Gladwell, documents … Continue reading

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Charlotte Jordans

Picture Source: http://www.terezowens.com/46-year-old-michael-jordan-dominates-bobcats-practice/ Since my Bulls no longer have Derrick Rose, part of me has already transition into offseason mode.  Therefore I’ve started to set myself on the NBA draft.  While the Bulls need to add another perimeter scorer, my focus … Continue reading

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Championship Deterred

As excited as we all for this post season, it has taken a dramatic turn that leads me to believe that this season’s championship should be stricken from the record books or recorded with an asterisk.  After the first slew … Continue reading

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Malice at the Palace Part II

Yesterday, our favorite “peace” offeror had yet another blunder in his attempt to salvage what little reputation he has left.  Ron Artest’s ferocious elbow that knocked James Harden out for the game with a concussion is a travesty.  Yet his comments after … Continue reading

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Playoff Prospectus

http://espn.go.com/nba/powerrankings/_/year/2012/week/16 As the regular season begins to come to a close, a few teams have emerged as clear front runners for the Larry O’Brien Trophy this year.  As usual there are the perennial powerhouses, a few young teams with “on-the-rise” … Continue reading

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Tip-Off: The Stationary Jump

Considering I’m a little vertically challenged for the sport I love, decided to take my talents to the web instead of the hardwood. I spend most of my timeplaying, watching, analyzing – living basketball. It’s poetry in motion: part entertainment, … Continue reading

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