Category Archives: Coaching

Does the NBA Need Point Guards?

Last season, the Spurs came within a miracle shot of winning the NBA championship and they did so with a real good point guard (PG) by the name of Tony Parker. But for all of last season, the 10-15 minutes … Continue reading


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Crying Foul On Hack-A-Shaq

NBA coaching is without doubt elite. Aside from some brilliant college coaches they stand alone atop the tower of Norman Dale. I still find myself questioning some pretty common practices and this past playoffs and current season has been no … Continue reading


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Spurs are Eliminating the Footnotes

In the very first game of the 2012 playoffs, the Chicago Bulls, tied for the best record in the league, trounced 8th seeded Philadelphia. The game was never really in doubt, as the Bulls used a balanced attack to dismiss … Continue reading


Posted in Bill Simmons, Coaches, Coaching, Defence, Defense, Greg Poppavich, Hoop Personaliites, Manu Ginobili, NBA Basketball, Players, potenital, San Antonio Spurs, Teams, Tim Duncan, Tony Parker | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Why Coaches Matter: Larry Brown Vs. Flip Saunders

When the Washington Wizards decided to hire Flip Saunders I was a bit shocked. After 15 years of watching this guy coach soft teams and de-harden great teams, I thought the hoops world had seen enough. Not correct, so I … Continue reading


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