Posts Tagged ‘Roy Hibbert’

Whats Doin: Joakim Noah is the best, v2.0

A weekly wrap of the things you should know in basketball. * D-Wade and LeBron chillin’ at the beach. * Nerlens Noel, the Kentucky ‘big man’ projected to be the first pick in the draft, weighed in at only 206 lbs at the draft combine in Chicago. (For comparison, Deron Williams weighs 209 lbs). Err, […]

Whats Doin: Happy New Year from Chris and Dwayne

A weekly wrap of the things you should know in basketball. * Here’s the video of Monta Ellis comparing himself to Dwayne Wade. Hilarious. * Warriors’ owner Joe Lacob says Andrew Bogut is “getting much closer” to a return. * Finally, the man speaks. Robert Sacre, where do those celebration dance moves come from? “I […]

Whats Doin: Yao Ming hits the links

A weekly wrap of the things you should know in basketball. * Yao Ming’s golf game needs a bit of work. * Sacramento Kings rookie Thomas Robinson with a huge put-back dunk over Dwight Howard. * Dwight Howard’s first points as a Laker. * T-Mac arrives in China and is mobbed at the airport by […]

Day 21 – Enter the Black Mamba

Despite the could have beens and should have beens that have drawn some media attention so far in the playoffs, it’s hard to take anything away from the eight teams who’ve managed to advance to the second round and are now competing for spots in the conference finals. When the Sixers and Pacers each advanced […]

Day 20 – Feeling the Heat

This is not how the story is supposed to go. Miami, title favorites for much of the season, are now in a 2-1 hole against the Indiana Pacers in the second round. Let me put that another way. The Indiana Pacers are 2 wins away from making the Eastern Conference Finals. The scary part? Right […]

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 […]