Posts Tagged ‘Stephon Marbury’

Whats Doin: A day at the ballpark with Thunder Dan

A weekly wrap of the things you should know in basketball. * Do you remember ‘Thunder’ Dan Majerle? Well, here he is at a baseball game randomly catching a ‘ground rule double’. And then he strikes a pose. Classic. * After their Game 7 win over the Grizzlies, the Clippers snatch a giant picture of […]

Whats Doin: Stephon Marbury gets his own statue

A weekly wrap of the things you should know in basketball. * Wince Carter airballs a layup. Yikes! * Barack Obama poppin’ off a few threes. * Stephon Marbury to get a bronze statue in China. * The latest gem to emerge from the well-oiled ‘San Antonio system’ – Kawhi Leonard. * ‘Hero ball’ fails […]

Whats Doin: Kobe Bryant pays up large in divorce

A weekly wrap of the things you should know in basketball. * Stephon Marbury wishes us a happy Chinese New Year. * Kobe Bryant loses three mansions and $75 million in his divorce settlement. Something tells me he’ll be alright though. * Zach Lowe examines the possibilities (or lack thereof) in Boston. * Gee, Dirk […]

The All-Obama Team

Barack Obama, or should I say Barack O’Balla, has won millions of fans across America (and even all the way over here in Australia) on his historic road to the presidency, and probably a few extra fans on the hardwood thanks to his balling ways. Just today the US President was officially invited to the […]

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 […]

Night at the Starbury

I don’t know what to say about this video other than it may be the funniest NBA-related YouTube clip I’ve seen. Even Knicks fans will enjoy it, and that is saying something because they don’t enjoy much these days…

My All-NBA AFL Team

They couldn’t be more worlds apart. One sport is played by lean, leaping giants, throwing a round ball into a small hoop with five-man teams running end-to-end on shiny wooden floor boards. The other is played by tough, rugged warriors trying to kick an impossible egg-shaped ball over a grass paddock 180 meters long through […]