Posts Tagged ‘Tyreke Evans’

Turning around the Kings

With the Maloof brothers mercifully agreeing to hand the keys over, the Kings are about to undergo some rapid change. Whether that takes place in Sacramento or Seattle is still yet to be determined, but one thing is certain – an NBA minus the Maloofs will be a better place. The general consensus in the […]

Whats Doin: Sacre hones his craft

A weekly wrap of the things you should know in basketball. * This is gold – Robert Sacre working on his bench game. * Jared Sullinger in seventh grade. Yowza! * The Toronto Raptors do the ‘Harlem Shake’. (UPDATE: Here’s one from Miami as well) * Mark Cuban was shit stirring with his recent comments […]

2009-2010 Fantasy Wrap-up

Think back to last October as we waited in anticipation for the 2009/10 NBA season to begin. The Richard Jefferson and Antonio McDyess acquisitions installed San Antonio as West favourites in many experts’ eyes. We wondered whether one ball was enough for the Memphis Grizzlies’ offense. We were annoyed that Spanish phenom Ricky Rubio wouldn’t […]

Sunday Six Pack: Gallo, Reke and the “T” word

Photoshop skills courtesy Two Sides of the Hoop ONE: A quick Sunday Six Pack to sneak in before Part II of Ant’s musings on the NBA’s prior decade touches down. So this prior week will no doubt be remembered as the week of Patty Mills’ NBA debut. It was a rocky journey – late draft […]

Sunday Six Pack: The Epic 2010 New Years Edition

ONE: It’s been a while between Six Packs, and with the time off I’ve had over the New Year I thought it was only fitting to churn out what will undoubtedly be the most massive Sunday Six Pack of all time. On the Aussie front, the biggest news this week has of course been the […]

Sunday Six Pack: Questions on Clutch, Cavaliers, and the rise of Mr. Andersen

Apparently you double-team David Andersen these days (AP Photo/Bob Levey) ONE: It’s been a mixed bag for the Aussie Contingent this week with some real highs and lows. It started last Sunday with Bogut’s season-high 27 points to go with 9 rebounds and 3 assists over the Trailblazers (Bogometer @ 91%). It was the kind […]

Idiots Blog Guide to the 2009 NBA Draft

Ahoy there Draftorians (sounds like something out of Star Trek really), and welcome back to the first Installment of the 2009 Idiots Guide to the 2009 NBA draft. Last year, I was completely rooted by the Sonics/ Thunder/ Train-Wrecks selection of Russell Westbrook at pick 4, but I did pick the first three picks, in […]