IT'S BACK! IT'S BACK! THE NBA IS BACK! Well kinda sorta. Training camps are starting up right about now and Pre-Season games start next week. I'm here to tell you what you should be looking for this Pre-Season/Training Camp in your team and players and if you should bother watching it in the first place. Always remember though you can't gather
Archive for the ‘Nets’ Category
Coming off a season where the Nets (at the time New Jersey) went 22-44 filled with injuries to Brook Lopez, Gerald Wallace, and Deron Williams, there were many questions with who the Nets were going to open the new Barclays Center with on the floor. Deron Williams, Gerald Wallace, and Kris Humphries were unresticted free agents, while Brook Lopez
Since Dwight Howard made the decision to stay with the Orlando Magic instead of optioning out of his contract, the Magic have beaten New Jersey Nets, but lost to the Miami Heat (10 points) and the Chicago Bulls (26). The best center in the league (in my opinion) has to be tapping himself on the head and asking himself why did he stay in
With the news that Besiktas is retiring Deron Williams jersey, the speculation I began earlier about him staying in Turkey doesn't appear as though it is going to come to fruition. The proposition cost me $5.00, as I bet my brother with 10/1 odds that Williams would remain in Turkey. Williams averaged less per game than he did in the NBA.
Brett Roberts and I have been working on other projects, which has pushed our lists of the top 200 players to ever play in the NBA to the side for a short time. But, we're back with the next installment of 139-120. This segment of my list includes a couple current players, guards, big men, players from back in the day and the superstars we
We've now covered the entire Eastern Conference amnesty clause candidates. We're moving on to the West now, where we'll see which teams have the real albatross contracts, and which teams have been careful and prudent in building their roster (see: OKC). The amnesty clause is going to benefit some teams more than others, and we'll see who