Posts Tagged ‘GRTT’

Mo’s, Blows, and the new Dolphin Saver

Ok I didn’t tell anyone but secretly I decided I wasn’t going to write another blog until Detroit won a game with Allen Iverson. To say I was disappointed with losing to the Nets (let alone Devin Harris going for a career high) and then being whooped by the Celtics is an understatement. I was […]

Day 2 & 3 Ramblings

We’re three days into the season and that means every team has now played at least once. It also means it’s the last time you’ll see every Eastern Top 8 team with a record above .500. Quite a momentous day really. The inspirational Vince Carter (aka “Captain Carter” which almost makes me vomit) lead his […]

14 Things to do in the NBA Off Season

I haven’t been blogging much of late for a few reasons. 1) The season is over and I’m resting. 2) I lost the “o” key on my keyboard (I accidentally sucked it up with my vacuum… don’t ask) and realizing that the letter “o” is one of the more common ones in the English alphabet […]

Catching up on Day 20-22

Haven’t added to my playoff diary in almost a week – I’ve got some serious catching up to do! Best way to do it is probably with my MVP playoff votes. Day 20’s Playoff MVP Votes 3 votes – Tony Parker. No real doubt about this one. After Chris Paul looked like he’d murdered the […]

Denver, the GRTT and the lottery-bound Lakers?

Denver scored 168 points in a game. Let me put that into perspective. That is 75 points more than the Miami Heat average every game. That is as many points Ben Wallace has scored since January 15. That is more points than Brian Scalabrine has scored since the year 2006. It is a lot of […]

Reviving Wilt, Hate Mail and the GRTT

I think I put a curse on Bynum. I went and wrote that whole blog about how awesome he’s been playing, how he’s playing at an All-Star caliber, and how the Lakers look almost unbeatable when he’s on the court. Then he goes and does his knee. Lucky this is not the AFL so a […]