Boom or Bust NBA – New Orleans Hornets

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We’re back with another edition of Boom or Bust NBA.  You can find previous articles on the Memphis Grizzlies, Houston Rockets, and Dallas Mavericks, by clicking the team names.  You can find an article explaining the purpose of the article as well as the methodology of the prospect scores here. And on with the show. […] READ MORE


Boom or Bust NBA – Houston Rockets

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Welcome back to Boom or Bust.  We are at Part Two of this 30-part series, where we scour the NBA team-by-team, examining the best and worst young talent that each has to offer.   For a full explanation of the goals and methodology of this column, please click here to read the introduction. Today we look […] READ MORE


Miami Heat – NBA's Next Great Dynasty?

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So after millions of dollars spent building up one of the most lethal 1-2-3 punch combinations in the history of the NBA, the Miami Heat have won their championship. King James finally has his crown. When all is said and done you can’t take anything away from LeBron, Wade or Bosh – they all put […] READ MORE


Two Left Cleats – Special Issue "Father’s Day"

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G’day, all.  To celebrate Father’s Day, a colleague, Michael Kovacs, wrote a nice short story I thought particularly pertinent and timely given the fact we are all celebrating our dads today.  Enjoy… …until tomorrow, lads. The End of Our Ritual By Michael Kovacs “Mischief, get off of that window ledge!” I remember being woken by […] READ MORE


They Are Who We Thought They Were: Raptors in 60 seconds or less…

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A few weeks down and the Raptors are exactly the team I thought they would be – showing little signs of improvement. At 4 wins and 7 losses, the current Raptors are barely watchable.  I won’t write a long drawn out article on the positives and negatives. Rather, I’ll give you three things that piss me […] READ MORE


The Season is Saved! Welcome Back NBA?

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Toronto Raptors vs Houston Rockets tg200812 145 © by Rudy E. Escoto Lockouts are an ugly business. They hurt everyone – the fans most of all. And they are the ones who least understand it. In their eyes, it’s a bunch of millionaires squabbling over their hard-earned money. I mean they’re the ones buying the tickets, the jerseys, […] READ MORE