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Dan Favale

Will Kevin Love Ever Be Happy With Timberwolves?

Will Kevin Love Ever Be Happy With Timberwolves?

The Minnesota Timberwolves are currently in the thick of the Western Conference playoff picture, but Kevin Love has still give them cause for concern. Love expressed a number of doubts about his future with the organization (via Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports) that could ultimately serve as precursor two his departure when he is eligible [...]

December 13, 2012 dfavale Dan Favale 0

Washington Wizards Passed on James Harden

Washington Wizards Passed on James Harden

The Washington Wizards are no strangers to making bad decisions, which is why it should come as no surprise that they passed on the opportunity to acquire James Harden. According to Michael Lee of The Washington Post, the Oklahoma City Thunder would have agreed to send their combo guard to the Wizards in exchange for [...]

December 12, 2012 dfavale Dan Favale 0

It’s Time for Toronto Raptors to Move Andrea Bargnani

It’s Time for Toronto Raptors to Move Andrea Bargnani

Breaking up is hard to do, but sometimes it’s a necessity, as is the case with Andrea Bargnani and the Toronto Raptors. According to Sam Amick and Jeff Zillgitt of USA Today, the Raptors have begun shopping the once sharp-shooting big man, essentially facilitating what has become an inevitable divorce: While Casey is under contract [...]

December 12, 2012 dfavale Dan Favale 0

Joel Anthony Could Be Miami Heat’s Savior

Joel Anthony Could Be Miami Heat’s Savior

Joel Anthony doesn’t look like much, but to the Miami Heat, he means everything. Though the big man has never been much of an offensive player (2.6 points per game for his career), he is a rim-protecting savant, someone who the Heat actually utilized more than slightly last season. But that was then and this [...]

December 11, 2012 dfavale Dan Favale 1

Brook Lopez a Major Concern for Brooklyn Nets

Brook Lopez a Major Concern for Brooklyn Nets

The Brooklyn Nets are in trouble, and you can’t even say I didn’t warn you. After beginning the season 11-4, the Nets have lost four straight and now find themselves with just the fifth-best record in the Eastern Conference—no thanks to Brook Lopez. While Brooklyn remains a much improved team compared to last season, there’s [...]

December 11, 2012 dfavale Blogs, Dan Favale 0

Sacramento Kings Need to Blow It Up

Sacramento Kings Need to Blow It Up

The Sacramento Kings are bad. Like really bad. Like blow the roster up immediately bad. I’m a huge fan of DeMarcus Cousins and all he can do. I can even get on board with the potential of Isaiah Thomas and Thomas Robinson. As for everyone else, though? Well, it’s time to start working the phones [...]

December 10, 2012 dfavale Dan Favale 0

Miami Heat Must Use Loss to NY Knicks as Wakeup Call

Miami Heat Must Use Loss to NY Knicks as Wakeup Call

The Miami Heat are not playing like a championship caliber team right now. Not at all. Except for LeBron James, that is. Miami is fresh off its second-straight loss, the first of which came against the Washington Wizards and the latter of which came against the New York Knicks. As demoralizing at the loss to [...]

December 7, 2012 dfavale Blogs, Dan Favale 0

Are Philadelphia 76ers in Need of a Change?

Are Philadelphia 76ers in Need of a Change?

Andrew Bynum has been a monumental disappointment for the Philadelphia 76ers, but the team itself has been a surprise. Yet it is that enough to satiate the appetite of this organization? Philadelphia currently sits with at 10-8, giving them the sixth-best record in the Eastern Conference. It’s a record that has been achieved without Bynum, [...]

December 7, 2012 dfavale Dan Favale 1

Trading Pau Gasol Not An Option for Lakers

Trading Pau Gasol Not An Option for Lakers

The saga that is the future of Los Angeles Lakers forward Pau Gasol continues. Rumors have begun swirl, most of which state that the Lakers are interested in dealing the struggling Gasol. But regardless of whether or not said reports hold any validity, trading the Spaniard may not be an option for Los Angeles. According [...]

December 6, 2012 dfavale Dan Favale 0

What Are the OKC Thunder to Do With Kevin Martin?

What Are the OKC Thunder to Do With Kevin Martin?

James Harden is off and running with the Houston Rockets, but there is a new elephant in the Oklahoma City Thunder’s locker room in the form of Kevin Martin. The high-scoring shooting guard came to the Thunder in what was, to say the least, a painstakingly difficult Harden trade. Oklahoma City was hard-pressed to relinquish [...]

December 6, 2012 dfavale Dan Favale 0