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Attacking The Boards: Where The NBA Had An Off Night

I’ll be recapping the games bullet style tonight.

At this point, I knew it wasn’t a normal day. Boston lost this game because of an overall lack of effort. They turned it over 18 times leading to 25 Net points and committed 29 personal fouls to New Jersey’s 11. I know Paul Pierce [...]

But The Game Is On Video: LeBron At His Best And Worst

Nash Not The Only Point Guard Defying Age

There have been many a column written this season about the amazing play of Phoenix Suns point guard Steve Nash. At 36-years of age, Nash has been putting up numbers that we haven’t seen from anyone since Magic Johnson, and he’s doing it with better efficiency from the field. In fact, Nash is currently [...]

Attacking The Boards: Where Boston’s Age Showed Late

After the first quarter, I was convinced that Boston had established themselves as a contender again. They were playing fantastic, terrific, and amazing basketball.

Rajon Rondo was getting to the rim at will, making it look just as easy as #23 on the other team does. He was picking his lanes, attacking them, [...]

Americans On Fire Heading into Matchup with Finland

For once, hockey seems to be in the spotlight in the United States. The men’s national team has captured hearts across the country during this year’s Winter Olympics. The team is low on big names, thin in depth, but big in heart.

The United States started the preliminary round with two uninspiring wins over [...]

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Attacking The Boards: Where Kobe Is Back, Alright

That Kobe Bryant fellow doesn’t get tired of ruining everyone else’s good night, does he?

Tonight, he added the Memphi Grizzlies to his list of victims with his sixth game-winner of the season. In his first game back from an ankle injury, missing five Laker games and the All-Star festivities, Bryant looked particularly great. [...]

What Could Have Been: 2009 NBA Draft Edition

There are mistakes on draft night every season. Darko over Carmelo, Bowie over Jordan, Oden over Durant, and so on and so forth. If any of those picks are switched, the league today (especially in Jordan’s case) would be so monumentally different that even their die hard fans wouldn’t recognize it. Here are the [...]

Attacking The Boards: Where Cleveland Is In A Funk

After winning 13-games in-a-row, the Cleveland Cavaliers have lost their last three games. Is this just a bad stretch, in which Cleveland is still trying to find chemistry with their recent acquisition Antawn Jamison? Or, did Cleveland just play three teams that are just as good as or better than them?

Denver might be [...]