Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Tuesday Mornings Inside the Mind of an NBA Guy

By: Pete Certo

It must be another new season in the NBA because the Spurs are 19-5 and of course, not a single peep about them.  Of note, they are doing this with Duncan turning in one of his worst statistical performances in years.  The Spurs organization continues to impress.  (Applause).
 
Also: PHX is 14-9.  Whaaaat?!  Jeff Hornacek has my Coach of the Year vote.  Wow.
 
On a related note:  Miles Plumee's block and stare down sequence of Cousins was simply incredible.
 
I openly root for Kendrick Perkins to do foolish things on the court.  His reactions are so enjoyable and nonsensical.  Crack a smile, bruh.  We ain't scurred.
 

Saturday, December 14, 2013

Thursday, December 12, 2013

The Curious Case of Christopher Paul


Everybody loves Chris Paul.  When it comes down to it, the man can do no wrong.  He is arguably the best Point Guard in the game today.  He is always ‘in the conversation’ when MVP talks heat up, especially after his torrid start to this season.  In the realm of fantasy basketball, he is a monster with his stat sheet stuffing style of play.  His beloved Chris/Cliff Paul State Farm commercials get more airplay than Flo, but not as much as the NBATV favorite for Remy Martin with Robin Thicke pretending to pursue his Wife.  CP3 is also considered the ultimate Leader who has amassed countless awards like Rookie of the Year, multiple All-Star nods (with one MVP), and All Defensive team recognition.

Monday, December 9, 2013

BATTLE FOR THE EAST- Heat Pacers Preview

Heat Pacers

Tomorrow night's matchup will give NBA fans a preview of the Eastern Conference Finals.  But before we crown anyone, here are a few points worth noting:

Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Pistons Snap Heat's 10 Game Streaker

By: David Alen

In 2010 the Miami Heat's greatest enemy was the Media, the fans, the doubters, the hatred, and their fear of failure. Fast forward to the end of 2013 and after two MVP trophies and back-to-back championships the Miami Heat's greatest enemy is their own disinterest.