Archive for the ‘NBA Draft’ Category

The top 10 NBA Draft busts of all-time

Tuesday, June 25th, 2013

The days leading up to the 2013 NBA Draft certainly make fans think back on past draft experiences. While this year's draft class has been deemed "weak" by many draft experts and analysts, it is still sure to produce a number of steady and, most likely, memorable players in the ...

Beware The Guards of Duke

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

The Cleveland Cavaliers made Duke guard Kyrie Irving the No. 1 pick in the NBA Draft Thursday night, and we're all happy for him. But don't be surprised if this doesn't work out, Cavs fans, and it's not just because you're from Cleveland or we have no idea what Irving's ...

White Men Can Jump, Just Not That Well Apparently

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

Apparently the NBA Draft is Thursday night - though you wouldn’t know it with all the attention being paid to the LeBron Sweepstakes, which gets underway officially July 1. Folks in Washington and Philadelphia are excited about the draft. They’re getting John Wall and Evan Turner, respectively. As for everyone else? ...

Minnesota Timberwolves Pining Over Evan Turner

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010

If you went by the odds, entering last night's NBA Draft Lottery, the Minnesota Timberwolves were slated to end up with the No. 2 overall pick. After a long, disappointing season that ended with a 15-67 record, all the T'wolves wanted was the No. 2 pick. Instead they will select ...

Kyle Singler 1, Gordon Hayward 0

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010

I've had two days to digest Monday night's National Title game. It was fantastic. One of the best, closest, most evenly matched sporting events I've ever witnessed. One thing I can't get out of my head though, is that I still think Butler should have come out on top. There's ...

Let’s Not Go All Crazy On Gordon Hayward

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

One of the biggest stars of the NCAA tournament thus far has been Butler's Gordon Hayward. The versatile sophomore guard/forward has show his versatility, toughness and ability in the clutch while leading the Bulldogs to wins over UTEP, Murray State, Syracuse and Kansas State. He has also displayed impeccable poise ...

Jeremy Tyler Failed, Sonny Vaccaro Faces No Consequences

Monday, March 22nd, 2010

Jeremy Tyler's massive failure in Israel doesn't prove that all kids his age aren't ready for professional basketball. The only thing we've learned here is that there is no way he was ready when he decided to leave for the pro game before his senior year ...

At Least Reggie Miller’s ESPN Mini-Movie Is Coming Soon

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

For the fourth consecutive season, the Indiana Pacers are guaranteed a losing record. But despite their recent failings, the Pacers annually manage to win meaningless games late in the season, assuring themselves of a low-end lottery pick. It drives Pacers fans mad. I should know, I live in Indy. In fact, Indiana ...