Dwight Howard becomes youngest to 9,000 rebounds

Thursday, April 18th, 2013

The big news Wednesday night was that the Los Angeles Lakers earned the No. 7 seed in the Western Conference playoffs with a 99-95 overtime win against the Houston Rockets. But a story that largely went under the radar was that Lakers center Dwight Howard became the youngest player in ...

NBA’s Noche Latina Is Muy Dumb

Tuesday, March 13th, 2012

If you half-ass anything in life, you end up looking like a complete ass. I'm not sure if that is a line from my dad or one I just made up myself, but there's no question the NBA has continued making a complete ass of itself over its "Noche Latina" promotion, ...

The Miami Heat Lose Third Straight

Saturday, March 5th, 2011

Tony Parker returned to the San Antonio Spurs Friday night just in time to participate in the team's utter destruction of the Miami Heat. To be more specific, what the Spurs did to the Heat is most often referred to as a curb-stomping. San Antonio did whatever it wanted, whenever ...

The Los Angeles Clippers Are Still The Los Angeles Clippers

Thursday, November 11th, 2010

With the addition of a healthy Blake Griffin and the rapid development of super guard Eric Gordon, a lot of people expected the Los Angeles Clippers to be "exciting" this year. Their athleticism, scoring ability and flash was supposed to help the Clippers take the next step. And heck, maybe ...

Suns Sweep Spurs Back To Old Folks Home

Monday, May 10th, 2010

The Phoenix Suns finished off a sweep of San Antonio last night, topping the Spurs 107-101. During the course of the series, the resurgent Suns made the Spurs look slow and old. Well, actually, the Spurs made themselves look slow and old. Once the most dominant franchise in the NBA, San ...

Link Dump!

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

Worst way to lose ever. Wouldn't have happened if she could dunk...What? I'm just saying - The Legend of Cecilio Guante A look at the Tecmo Bowl throwback game - With Leather Steve Lavin is back in coaching at St. John's. And how does this show they want to stop being mediocre? ...

NBA Draft: A Look Back At The Decade That Was

Wednesday, June 24th, 2009

The NBA Draft is Thursday, and this year's draft, which many are already calling the weakest in recent memory, is as unpredictable as any I can remember. After Blake Griffin, everything is a toss up. There are a ton of question marks. And you just know at least half of the ...

A Big Deal And A Near Miss

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009

After news of the Richard Jefferson to the Spurs deal came down this afternoon, reports are swirling that an even bigger blockbuster deal fell through this weekend. Though Celtics' GM Danny Ainge is denying the rumor, Yahoo! Sports is reporting that over the weekend Boston offered Ray Allen and Rajon Rondo ...