Here’s my 2 Cent Tuesday blog about the Golden State Warriors’ fast start to the 2015 – 16 NBA season. The Warriors may have captivated fans with their record-setting 24 – 0 start, however, the long-in-the-tooth San Antonio Spurs have … Continue reading
Today’s 2 Cent Tuesday sports blog focuses on the lingering questions that emerged from Sunday night’s Game 3 of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Atlanta Hawks. “Will they” or “won’t they” are the burning questions … Continue reading
For the past few years, Houston Rockets star Dwight Howard has topped my personal list as the NBA’s most irritating cry baby. However, Howard’s disreputable distinction now has a new title owner. In today’s Two Cent Tuesday blog, allow me … Continue reading
The NBA player trade deadline may have long passed; however, NBA related deal making should continue.
Today, it should take place in the broadcast booth.
ESPN should swap two announcers that are currently covering the 2014 NBA Playoffs?
ESPN needs to trade Mark Jackson for Doris Burke straight up.
No announcers to be named later. No salary cap considerations. No future draft picks. No medical exams. No contingencies.Continue reading
Vinsanity returned yesterday afternoon to the NBA Playoffs.
And, it wasn’t an acrobatic alley-oop finish from the once high-flying Vince Carter that created such the stir.
Rather, his contested game winning three point shot from the short corner with 1.7 seconds remaining provided the “insane” ending to Game 3 of the Dallas Mavericks versus San Antonio Spurs series.Continue reading
The 2014 NBA Playoffs formally tip-off today, and a potential new star with a signature shot or patented move is likely to emerge.
That’s because no other team sport celebrates the unparalleled combination of individual creativity and athletic excellence like NBA basketball.
A bevy of young talent in the league should provide ample opportunity for the next shot or move to be witnessed on television or web highlights and then endlessly copied on playgrounds and rec centers around the world.Continue reading
This FREE book is filled with 25 NBA comics.
In every chapter, MIKE shares a bit of history behind each comic and offer readers the opportunity to purchase a jersey, hat or sports memorabilia of their favorite team or player.
Enjoy these comics. Memories of what they stand for will have you admiring, pondering, laughing, wincing and, in some cases, scratching.Continue reading
The Los Angeles Lakers’ “Dwight-mare” of a basketball season ended both ignominiously and fittingly yesterday before a national television audience.
With yesterday’s victory, the favored San Antonio Spurs easily swept the injury riddled Lakers in the first round of the NBA Playoffs.Continue reading