In hopeful anticipation of the NBA lockout coming to an end, let’s revisit one of last season’s major themes: super teams. LeBron made his “Decision” and formed the Heat’s version of the Big Three (or Big Two and a Half for those of you who aren’t Chris Bosh fans.) Before them, the Celtics trio of [...]
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November 9th, 2011 · 1 Comment
April 29th, 2011 · 16 Comments
The Phoenix Suns managed to dump Hedo Turkoglu’s contract and steal away Marcin Gortat because the Orlando Magic figured they had to shake up their core for a shot to win now.
If we’re going to judge the Aaron Brooks trade as a failure because it did not lead to a Phoenix playoff berth, not only [...]
April 24th, 2011 · 6 Comments
So as it turns out Amare Stoudemire ended up winning as many playoffs games as Steve Nash this year.
That was the case after the Boston Celtics finished off Amare’s New York Knicks this afternoon in a series that was very competitive in Boston but not so much in Madison Square Garden.
Stoudemire’s advanced stats were beyond [...]
March 13th, 2011 · 4 Comments
PHOENIX — Phoenix Suns guard Steve Nash will miss this afternoon’s game against Orlando with pelvic instability after gutting out the last few games despite being hampered by the injury.
Nash is day by day, as the Suns made the decision that Nash couldn’t go this morning and will go through the same process before tomorrow’s [...]
January 23rd, 2011 · 6 Comments
Marcin Gortat has long been known as the best backup center in the NBA, and he’s finally starting to show that he would not be a bad option as a starting center either.
Yet although his situation has completely changed from his time in Orlando, in actuality it would still be accurate to refer to Gortat [...]
December 27th, 2010 · 21 Comments
By now we’re more than a week out from the blockbuster trade that changed our view of the Phoenix Suns, present and future.
I analyzed some of the issues surrounding how this affects the Suns’ future in the immediate aftermath of the trade, but now there’s been enough time and space for a further examination.
So far [...]