Archive for the NBA Category

Friday Fire 2 From Cevidence: It’s Life Or Death. Who Do You Pick?

Posted in Friday Fire, Kobe Bryant, NBA on January 11, 2008 by mizzo
So you’re in a life a death situation that has to be decided by a one on one basketball game. Your worse enemy versus you. But instead of you two playing it out, you have to pick one current NBA player to take your spot. The coin flip is held and somehow your enemy gets the first pick. In turn, of course, he picks Kobe Bryant to represent him. Who do you pick as your player in hopes that you make it out of this game alive?

Friday Fire: Can Kobe Bryant And The Los Angeles Lakers Win The NBA Championship?

Posted in Friday Fire, Jimmy Lynam, Kobe Bryant, Los Angeles Lakers, NBA, The Starting Five on January 4, 2008 by mizzo

Run by the Commission for Old School Friday.
Fallin’ from the roof. Thanks Coach Lynam 😉

It’s simple. Can the Lakers do this? If not, what’s holding them back?

Interview With Sacramento Kings Forward Ron Artest: “I Keep It 100%”

Posted in Ben Wallace, Blogroll, Brawl in Detroit, Commissioner David Stern, Larry Bird, Mark Jackson, Michael Tillery, NBA, New York Knicks, Referee gambling scandal, Ron Artest, Sacramento Kings, sports and ethics, The Maloof brothers, The Starting Five, Tiger Woods, Tim Donaghy with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 19, 2007 by mizzo

There is no denying Ron’s positive effect on Queensbridge

This interview was conducted this summer in Long Island as Ron was getting ready for the season–just days after the referee gambling scandal hit the press.

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Shots Fired At Pacers Guard Jamaal Tinsley

Posted in Blogroll, Indiana Pacers, NBA on December 10, 2007 by mizzo

The latest pro athlete target

I guess professional athletes aren’t being targeted Jason. What planet are you on? Can’t wait to hear what you have to say about this. Jamaal Tinsley is the latest athlete to have his well being put in danger. This is getting ridiculous. It’s time for athletes to seriously think about taking the necessary security measures.

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TNT NBA Notes November 6

Posted in Charles Barkley, Ernie Johnson, Inside the NBA, Kenny Smith, NBA, TNT OverTime, TNT Sports on December 7, 2007 by mizzo

Kenny Smith, Ernie Johnson and Charles Barkley

Smith on New Jersey Nets guard Jason Kidd missing a game due to migraines contrary to reports that he skipped the game because he wants to be traded: “If there is one guy in the league I do believe, it would be Jason Kidd. He doesn’t have to miss a game to prove a point that he wants to be traded. He can tell the New York papers that he wants to be traded and it would be all over the country in five minutes.”

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NBA Scores November 13

Posted in Allen Iverson, Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, Cleveland Cavaliers, Denver Nuggets, J.R. Smith, Jason Kidd, Larry Hughes, LeBron James, NBA, New Jersey Nets, New Orleans Hornets, Richard Jefferson, Vince Carter on November 13, 2007 by mizzo

(AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)paul-kidd.jpg
JKidd’s in my rear view? Hmm…The NBA? I’ve got this!

New Orleans 84, New Jersey 82

Paul best Kidd in marquee point guard match up.

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NBA Scores November 7: There’s a New Wizard In Boston

Posted in Blogroll, NBA on November 8, 2007 by mizzo

Utah 103, Cleveland 101

(AP Photo/Douglas C. Pizac)

We might not play D, but we can score with anybody

Coast to coast game winning drive by Williams thwarts King monster triple double

There aren’t many guards that enter the league with the ability to do whatever on the court. Coming out of Illinois, Deron Williams languished on the pine his rookie year–waiting his turn to make an early NBA impression. He now has total command of the floor and Jerry Sloan is looking like a genius. Williams could score 25 a game. He could be named defensive player of the year. He could lead the league in assists.

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