Tag Archives: NBA

Stephen Curry Deserves MVP The Harden Way

I read today that Harden was not only deserving of the MVP award but also “should have won.” I find this latter statement a bit hard to swallow given the events of the season. Even the former a tough sell. … Continue reading


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Pau Gasol and the Hall of Fame Probability Game

Basketball-Reference.com has all kinds of fun stuff. Today I found myself staring at their list ranking the probability of active players making the Hall of Fame. Kobe Bryant is the only active “lock” for the hall (1.000 probability) while Tim … Continue reading


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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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A Tribute to the Pacers

Let’s return to June 3rd. The Eastern Conference Finals are tied at 3-3 and headed to the all-important 7th game. Somehow, against seemingly all odds, it appears as if the Indiana Pacers could knock off the Miami Heat. The Miami Heat, … Continue reading


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