NBA Midseason Review: Awards, Surprises, Playoff Predictions

Guest Post by Bryan Confer, Edited by Susan Shan When I wrote my NBA preseason preview, many things came to mind: a possible Lakers three-peat, Kevin Durant’s potential to improve as a player and whether he could take Oklahoma City to the next level, the Shaquille O’Neal signing with Boston, and obviously, like everyone else, [...]

Amar’e Stoudemire Puts Ad on Craigslist (Fake but Hilarious)

The following Craigslist ad titled “NBA Superstar Seeks Dominant Forward to Take Talents to NYC (Midtown)” is one of the most hilarious things I’ve read in recent memory: 28 Year-Old NBA Superstar seeks 26 year old fellow NBA Superstar to join in quest for NBA Title. Requirements: Maintaining excellent team rapport while putting up All-Star [...]

Hot Fan: Erin Sharoni, the New York FILA Model

With the NBA season under way, New Yorkers can finally look forward to “Friday Night Knicks.” Erin Sharoni used to watch Friday night Knicks games with her cousins after family dinners at her grandparents’ house. “That was back in the good ol’ days of Ewing and Starks,” she said. The hot 29-year-old Knicks fan has [...]

Joe Crawford’s NBA Dream is Alive and Well

I had the pleasure of speaking with Joe Crawford, who is currently in Los Angeles, on Monday via phone. Read below for the full details. ranked him the ninth best prospect in a stellar 2004 class headlined by Dwight Howard. He was considered the most talented in the top-rated recruiting class at Kentucky that [...]

Carmelo Anthony and Carrie Underwood Both Tie Knot

So our numero uno hockey queen has decided to get married. Ladies and gentlemen, Carrie Underwood is no longer on the market. The most beautiful blonde in America tied the knot with Ottawa Senators center Mike Fisher Saturday at the Ritz Carlton Lodge, Reynolds Plantation in Greensboro, Georgia before 250 friends and family. Those in [...]

LeBron James to the Knicks? Say It Ain’t So!

I have long been a staunch proponent of LeBron James staying in Cleveland. @ivanctorres and I have argued about this incessantly for the past few days. I refused to consider that LBJ would be coming to New York, and I promised @ivanctorres that I would issue a public apology to him if I happened to [...]

NBA Free Agent Contracts A Race for Ridiculousness

The 2010 NBA Free Agency is like the nuclear arms race. Teams are racing to sign free agents first so the other teams don’t get them. The problem is, the money being thrown out there is absolutely ludicrous. The list of highly overpaid players is growing by the minute. The following is a list of [...]

History Against New Jersey Nets Winning Draft Lottery

The 2010 NBA Draft Lottery on May 18 is also known as the “John Wall Sweepstakes”. The 6-foot-4-inch point guard from the University of Kentucky is being touted as possibly the best No. 1 pick in the last 10 years with the exceptions of LeBron James and Dwight Howard. The 14 teams that did not [...]

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