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David Kenyon

Milwaukee Bucks Forgoing Immediate Success for Future Goals

Milwaukee Bucks Forgoing Immediate Success for Future Goals

The future is bright for the Milwaukee Bucks. As for the now, however, that’s not going so well. Heading into the Feb. 20 trade deadline, Jason Kidd’s team sported a solid 30-23 record—a vast improvement on the franchise-worst 15-67 mark suffered last season. There was little reason to make any changes to the roster. Now, [...]

March 6, 2015 admin Blogs, David Kenyon 0

Nightly Notables: Streaks, Records and General Weirdness from Around the NBA

Nightly Notables: Streaks, Records and General Weirdness from Around the NBA

March 4, 2015, isn’t a day that will live in infamy, but it certainly was an eventful night around the association. From Anthony Davis etching his name into franchise lore to Russell Westbrook continuing his full-on domination of everyone and everything that steps in the way, some illustrious memories emerged from four NBA superstars. To [...]

March 5, 2015 admin Blogs, David Kenyon 0

Washington Wizards Have Reached Panic Mode; Offense, Coaching to Blame

Washington Wizards Have Reached Panic Mode; Offense, Coaching to Blame

Someone in the capital of the United States needs to pick up the red phone and call for an emergency response unit, but it’s not President Barack Obama. The Washington Wizards are a mess. And it’s time to panic. Tuesday night, Washington managed to fall short of the Chicago Bulls—who were playing without Derrick Rose, [...]

March 4, 2015 admin David Kenyon 0

Making the Case for Pat Riley, Executive of the Year

Making the Case for Pat Riley, Executive of the Year

Pat Riley has already collected enough accolades to last a lifetime. At the University of Kentucky—where his jersey is retired—Riley was a first-team All-American and SEC Player of the Year. He was a first-round draft pick of the San Diego Rockets in 1967 and won an NBA championship with the Los Angeles Lakers in 1972. [...]

March 3, 2015 admin Blogs, David Kenyon 0

Fortune Continues to Fall Indiana Pacers’ Way, Golden Opportunity Looms

Fortune Continues to Fall Indiana Pacers’ Way, Golden Opportunity Looms

A 25-34 record shouldn’t be good enough for eighth place in the playoff picture, but the Indiana Pacers surely don’t care that the collectively mediocre Eastern Conference means they hold that position. And it’s not their responsibility to make excuses for it, either. Sunday night, the Pacers knocked off the Philadelphia 76ers 94-74, using a [...]

March 2, 2015 admin Blogs, David Kenyon 0

Phoenix Suns Finally Finish Strong, but Late-Game Struggles Will Doom Them

Phoenix Suns Finally Finish Strong, but Late-Game Struggles Will Doom Them

Thanks to a spirited effort from Eric Bledsoe, the Phoenix Suns escaped Russell Westbrook’s second consecutive triple-double and edged the Oklahoma City Thunder 117-113 in an overtime thriller Thursday night. Bledsoe tallied 28 points and dished nine assists while tallying a season-best 13 rebounds and four blocks. Markieff Morris scored a game-high 29 points, and [...]

February 27, 2015 admin Blogs, David Kenyon 0

Bismack Biyombo Buys Clothes, Dinner for Homeless Man

Bismack Biyombo Buys Clothes, Dinner for Homeless Man

Charlotte Hornets center Bismack Biyombo didn’t play in Wendesday night’s victory over the Chicago Bulls due to a lingering knee injury, but he made a massive impact off the court. According to his Instagram, Biyombo was walking around Chicago, Illinois, last night and noticed a homeless man sleeping outside. Good morning people! Was Bless last [...]

February 26, 2015 admin Blogs, David Kenyon 0

Is There a Correct Side in Rick Carlisle vs. Rajon Rondo?

Is There a Correct Side in Rick Carlisle vs. Rajon Rondo?

Tuesday night, tempers flared on the Dallas Mavericks’ sideline between veteran head coach Rick Carlisle and Rajon Rondo. The point guard appeared to be ignoring an offensive play-call from Carlisle, who angrily demanded a timeout and proceeded to shout at Rondo. Videos easily found on the Internet show him verbally retaliating, hurling an “F-bomb” at [...]

February 26, 2015 admin Blogs, David Kenyon 0

Russell Westbrook’s Torrid Streak Has No End in Sight

Russell Westbrook’s Torrid Streak Has No End in Sight

Love him or hate him, Russell Westbrook has dominated everything that’s stood in his way throughout February. The Oklahoma City Thunder point guard has shredded opponents to the tune of 29.5 points, 8.2 rebounds and 10.1 assists per outing, spearheading the franchise to a 9-1 record over the last 24 days and thrusting himself into [...]

February 25, 2015 admin Blogs, David Kenyon 0