Author Archives: Jordan Leung

Anatomy of a stretch four

The NBA’s favorite power forward is the stretch four. We are in a league that ultimately favors perimeter players, although there are a few exceptions. In basketball’s history, the most complex offenses have still been about getting easy buckets and … Continue reading

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A new website worth talking about – Basketball Passport

How do you combine basketball and our generation’s obsession with social media technology? Basketball passport – A site that is able to track every single NBA or NCAA Division 1 game you have ever been to, every arena you’ve been … Continue reading

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FUCK YEA!!!!

I’ve been on a hiatus, and that’s because I don’t try so hard in the offseason anymore. Also, now there are so many more amateur basketball bloggers (I’ve been doing it for a while now now that you think about … Continue reading

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A Different Reality

19.4 seconds left, Game 6, NBA Finals. “Should the Spurs foul? Should Miami go for the 3 right away?” “Just attack the basket,” says former NBA coach Jeff Van Gundy. “James catches, puts up the 3…” The ball is released … Continue reading

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The 3-point Assist

My favorite box score stats in basketball is by far the 3-point shot. It’s hard to not like the 3-pointer as a Warriors fan. Teams live and die by the 3, and the Warriors have died by the 3 way … Continue reading

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Summer NBA Playlist: Week 1

Since I’m too lazy to write full posts, I’ll compile a list of good NBA videos to watch so you can kind of get your basketball fix. Each week I’ll find 10 videos to watch. Video 1 – Chris Paul … Continue reading

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