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Los Angeles Clippers Breakdown: Baron Davis Returns, Clips Lakers

January 7th, 2010
Over the past two seasons, starting with Golden State’s stretch run in 2007-2008 and continuing today, Baron Davis has wasted his considerable basketball talents. Selfishness, passiveness, and a profound languor have palled over him, resulting in the listless play that led to a second-half benching with just a ...

Building the Perfect NBA Team

January 7th, 2010
I saw an article on CBS in which a writer described his perfect team of NBA players while keeping the team under the salary cap. I enjoyed the article so much that I decided give it a try and assemble me own team. The only rule—choose a team of 12 players, ...

Stern Wrong to Suspend Arenas, Unfit to Lead NBA as Commissioner

January 7th, 2010
National Basketball Association commissioner David Stern thinks he's above the law once again. It's time for the NBA players and fans to take a stand against Stern and his constant antics of throwing his own players under the bus because of America's infatuation with political correctness. Stern, despite Washington Wizards guard ...

Toronto Tirade: Disaster in Philly Deserves Detailed Leaf Rant

January 7th, 2010
What on God's green earth just happened? Every season, Leafs fans are entitled to one solid rant about how absolutely pathetic their team looked in the previous game/week/month. Consider this my once-a-year rant about the [insert expletive here] game the Leafs played in Philadelphia on Wednesday night. I'll only do this once ...

The LeBron James, Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant Discussion: Kool-Aid, Volume One

January 7th, 2010
Ah, Michael, Kobe, LeBron.  This topic has received more punishment than the poor fax-machine/printer from Office Space, but I have to get my swings in.  And yes, someone might need to get Ron Livingston and Ajay Naidu to hold me back from beating the hell out of the poor thing.  I'm going ...

10 NBA Stars And Some Reasons They Are Hated

January 7th, 2010
The word "hate" should follow the other out-dated and over-used monikers of 2009, like the word "swagger," into the pits of obscurity, since it's finally run its course. Still, the word resonates among various NBA fans when discussing the players who are the biggest objects of their disdain. Fans ...

Richard Hamilton and Tayshaun Prince Return, John Kuester Able to Set Rotation

December 30th, 2009
The Detroit Pistons extended their losing streak to eight games last night in a hapless 87-104 defeat to the New York Knicks. That's right, the Knicks! It's been a frustrating experience for rookie head coach John Kuester, who has been forced to mix and match his rotation due to constant injury ...