Tagged: NBA Playoffs

Roundtable Talk: First Round of the Playoffs 0

Roundtable Talk: First Round of the Playoffs

Keep checking back for our roundtable talk each round of the NBA Playoffs. 1. Who is an underdog in the Eastern Conference? Jonathan: The New York Knicks are my underdog pick for the Eastern conference. For no others reason than I feel like they won’t lose AS bad to the Miami Heat in a 7 game series. While you can’t really take much stock in...

NBA Playoffs: Weekend Recap part 1 1

NBA Playoffs: Weekend Recap part 1

The most wonderful time of the year! The NBA playoffs are finally here! From now until June their is going to be plenty of basketball to watch and discuss. This weekend was a pretty good way to start it off, so we’re going to take a look at each Game 1 that took place. Boston vs. New York These playoffs will either make or...

NBA Regular Season Wrap-Up 0

NBA Regular Season Wrap-Up

Wow! What an insane and amazing regular season it has been.  From beginning to end this NBA season has been jam packed with storylines and drama all throughout.  So to commemorate the 2012-2013 regular season I just wanted to highlight some of the biggest stories that happened throughout the year…. DeAndre Jordan Killed Brandon Knight I don’t think words are really  necessary for this….Just...

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Roundtable Talk: Playoff Series

1. Will the Jazz or Lakers win that 8th spot in the West?  Johnathan: After a very good win against the Spurs on Sunday, the Lakers seem to be in the drivers seat to win the 8th seed.  They control their own destiny and if the Jazz lose either of their two remaining games (against Minnesota and Memphis) then they’re out. Jeff: The Lakers will get...

Carmelo Anthony and Defining NBA Superstars 3

Carmelo Anthony and Defining NBA Superstars

50 points, 18-26 40 points, 17-27 41  points, 17-28 36 points, 15-29 Grand total – 167 points, 78-110, 70% FG Those are the scoring numbers for Carmelo Anthony over the past 4 games.  It coincides with the Knicks 12 game winning streak.  Those 167 points in 4 games haven’t been seen by a Knicks player since the immortal Bernard King. Entering the game against...

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