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Are Steve Nash and Amar’e Stoudemire Better Off Apart?

Are Steve Nash and Amar’e Stoudemire Better Off Apart?

December 22, 2010 – Kevin Burke Having a good inside-outside tandem is crucial for success in the NBA. Especially when they know what each other is going to do before they do it. For years, that was the case in Phoenix with Steve Nash and Amar’e Stoudemire. They were quietly one of the best big-small [...]

December 22, 2010 Anou Enright Blogs, Kevin Burke 9

Are the Orlando Magic Now the Team to Beat in the East?

Are the Orlando Magic Now the Team to Beat in the East?

December 21, 2010 – Kevin Burke Last summer before the season began, Dwight Howard told The Hoop Doctors that despite the Miami Heat forming an Eastern Conference All-Star squad, and the Boston Celtics adding size on their front line, he felt as if his Orlando Magic were the best team in the East. Well, he [...]

December 21, 2010 Anou Enright Blogs, Kevin Burke 4

Will Dwight Howard Stay in Orlando?

Will Dwight Howard Stay in Orlando?

December 20, 2010 – THD Rumor Patrol The Orlando Magic General Manager Otis Smith is no dummy. He realizes that Dwight Howard is one of the Top 2-3 most coveted players in the NBA right now. He also realizes his star player has a contract that will expire all too soon. So what does a [...]

December 20, 2010 admin Rumors 0

Monday’s Weekly Knicks Notes: Week 4

Monday’s Weekly Knicks Notes: Week 4

November 15, 2010 – Kevin Burke Man, I don’t even know where to begin with this one. Just when you thought these guys turned the corner you realize that wasn’t the case. Not even close. Coming into last week, the Knicks had a few impressive wins and their losses were still competitive. That provided hope [...]

November 15, 2010 Anou Enright Blogs, Kevin Burke 0

Steve Nash Is Quitting Hoops For a Political Career in Canada?

Steve Nash Is Quitting Hoops For a Political Career in Canada?

November 15, 2010 – Allen Moll That was the headline that appeared as front page news in The Phoenix News Times recently claiming to have reliable sources telling them that on November 15th, the 2 time NBA MVP will quit playing basketball and embark on a political career in his native Canada. While the article [...]

November 15, 2010 admin Allen Moll 0

6 Thoughts on the First Week of the NBA Season

6 Thoughts on the First Week of the NBA Season

November 2, 2010 – Joshua Sexton With the first week of the 2010-2011 NBA season nearly in the history books, let’s look at some of the early season revelations (some of which have come as a surprise) from the first week of the season. 1. Roy No Longer Seems Coy Through the first three games [...]

November 2, 2010 admin Blogs 1

Ten Most Compelling Games in the First Month of the 2010 NBA Season

Ten Most Compelling Games in the First Month of the 2010 NBA Season

October 4, 2010 – Joshua Sexton Here are 10 games NBA fans should mark on their calendars in the first 30 days of the 2010-2011 campaign. October 26th: Miami at Boston This one does not warrant an explanation. You have Wade, Bosh and James playing their first regular season game together against the reigning Eastern [...]

October 5, 2010 admin Blogs 1

Knicks Land Stoudemire: A New Beginning or the Beginning of the End for New York?

Knicks Land Stoudemire: A New Beginning or the Beginning of the End for New York?

July 7, 2010 – R.S. De France When the New York Knicks landed Amar’e Stoudemire this week, it was hardly a big shock (trading moratorium until Thursday, when it can be made official).  We all knew they were shopping.  In fact, it’s an interesting move considering that last season when the Cleveland Cavaliers signed Antawn [...]

July 7, 2010 Rob R.S. De France 0

2010 NBA Playoff Predictions

2010 NBA Playoff Predictions

  April 17, 2010 – Allen Moll While there’s no real formula to help predict this year’s winners, we’ll use our basketball prognostication skills, some number crunching, and some good old fashioned gut feelings to help predict each round’s winners of this year’s NBA Playoffs. Will the Lakers or Spurs win another title or will we [...]

April 17, 2010 admin Allen Moll 2

Top Ten Storylines For The 2010 NBA Playoffs

Top Ten Storylines For The 2010 NBA Playoffs

April 16, 2010 – Allen Moll The 2010 NBA Playoffs should be as exciting as ever with a number of plot-lines and back stories that are just as interesting as the games themselves.  A lot more is on the line than just winning for a number of teams and participants as a plethora of superstar players [...]

April 16, 2010 admin Allen Moll 3