Posts Tagged ‘Al Horford’

10 Things We Learned In November

It’s that time of the month folks, when I chime in with 10 observations from the previous month’s NBA action (in no particular order). Let’s get into it. 1. No Haslem, No Title? LeBron’s been too passive, Wade looks lost and Bosh has no presence on the inside. All this can and will be rectified, […]

Day 20 – Vince Carter, Playoff Warrior

3 votes – Dwight Howard: Beast. This Atlanta team was always going to struggle to contain someone of Dwight’s size, so the onus was on Dwight to be able to stay out of foul trouble and execute. And execute he did. Monstering Al Horford and a veritable smorgasbord of 7”0 duds off the bench, Howard […]

Day 16 – When the Hawks dignity was still intact

3 votes – Kobe Bryant. Make no mistake about it, this game was almost a shock upset for the Lakers. After leading by as many as 14, the Lakers lapsed in concentration midway through the fourth quarter, letting Utah hold a 4-point lead at 93-89 with four minutes to play. It was at that time […]

Day 14 – Can you believe this?

PLAYOFF DIARY: DAY 14 The Boston Celtics and Atlanta Hawks are going to a game 7, and before any one starts telling me “It’s Golden State vs Dallas all over again!”, let me emphatically announce that this is nothing like Golden State vs Dallas. For three reasons: 1. Before last year’s playoffs started the signs […]