Category Archives: Basketball

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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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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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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Everything wrong with the media and race

And why some journalists should lay off writing about race in the United States… If you have ever read my blog you will realize I am really whiney and particular when it comes to racial issues in sports basketball. Well … Continue reading

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Why I correctly predicted the Finals again

Anyone that predicted that the Heat would take this series or the Spurs will take this series are simply wrong. As the resident NBA nut in my circle of peers, my friends love to ask me who I think is … Continue reading

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In defense of Frank Vogel, and in praise of Hero Ball

People love to talk about how Vogel pulled out Hibbert in crucial situations. It’s easy to point that finger when the play ultimately ended up being a LeBron layup, but so many different things could have happened. If George did … Continue reading

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