Posts Tagged ‘Rashard Lewis’

Quotes of the Month – April 2012

“I don’t do treatment. I hate training rooms.” – Portland’s Raymond Felton, when asked what kind of treatment he’d been receiving on his Achilles injury. That’s got to be a contender for Quote of the Year, no? “Either that or blow it in the club.” – Wizards’ rookie Chris Singleton, on why he spent $10,000 […]

Lockout Doozies: Part 1

Without further ado, here’s the best and worst quotes of the offseason thus far. I am confident, check that, I am certain more doozies will be forthcoming so look for Part 2 at the conclusion of the lockout. Let’s hope there’s no need for a Part 3 or 4. “Talk to the owner. He gave […]

Boomshakalaka! Fantasy Roundup: NBA Jam Edition

Yes you’ve undoubtedly already heard that the arcade classic NBA Jam is making a comeback (though only on the Wii ), a game we all fondly remember for its fast game-play, towering dunks, flaming balls and an abundance of hidden characters. Not only that but the commentary, rife with catchphrases that are still regularly uttered […]

Lakers Escape to go up 2-0

AP Photo/Matt Sayles The Orlando Magic were within inches of leveling this series at 1-1. Inches of Courtney Lee’s layup dropping through at the buzzer in regulation. Inches within a Dwight Howard deflection of a Kobe pass to Gasol that resulted in the game-sealing three point play. Make no mistake, this was a game that […]

Thoughts on Pau, Rashard and Dwight

Pau Gasol is an underrated defender. While Bynum will get the starting nod on Dwight, I expect him to rack up fouls quicker than it takes Dan Hung to whip up his salty squid. So Gasol will find himself defending Dwight for most of the time, and this isn’t a terrible mismatch for the Lakers […]

Game Ones

AP Photo/David Richard Could you have asked for a better start to the Conference Finals? The two games so far were decided by a total of three points, we saw 40 point games from Kobe and Lebron (and a just as impressive effort from Melo), a broken shot-clock by Dwight Howard, a 70-foot hail Mary […]