Posts Tagged ‘OJ Mayo’

Day 5 – Where surprises don’t always happen

On the fifth day of NBA playoffs things panned out as expected. Memphis managed to maintain their lead and earn a home court split. Tony Parker sliced and diced the Utah defense en route to a San Antonio thrashing of the Jazz. And thanks to a nice showing from Danny Granger, the Pacers slugged out […]

Day 27 – We have a Game 7

3 votes – Zach Randolph. Just when you thought Zach might have expended all his juice in that heartbreaking triple OT loss in Game 4, which certainly looked the case watching him limp around in Game 5, he comes back with this. 30 points, 13 rebounds and 2 blocks, including 11 points in the fourth […]


Who doesn’t love a good game of monopoly? Well, like all games of monopoly, it ain’t worth it unless it goes for far too long. I thought I would break down this real life game of Monopoly that is unfolding before us with the Carmelo Anthony trade speculation. Most important part of a game of […]

Q&A with the Draft Dude

He’s been following the 2008 draft like a hawk since his first Idiot’s Blog Guide back in November last year. With draft day now behind us Robd sat down with the Draft Dude, just like he did last year, to see how he made sense of it all. RD: We’ve had a few drafts recently […]

Idiots Blog Guide to the 2008 NBA Draft – Final Edition

Welcome to my last blog edition for the ‘Idiots Guide to the 2008 NBA Draft’ for 2008. I’ve been following NBA draft’s for going on four years now, and this is by far the most complex I’ve ever come across. Literally, every single first round pick in this draft has been mentioned in some trade […]

The Idiots Blog Guide to the 2008 NBA Draft

I’m a guy who gets frustrated easily when it comes to NBA basketball. Maybe it’s because I have no patience to hear wrong opinions, or maybe it’s the very real (and arrogant) belief I have that I was endowed with more knowledge than your average NBA fan. Whatever the reason, my frustrat-o-meter usually hits tops […]