We are one month into the NBA season, and my eyes have not caught up with my brain.
Between trades, coaching hires and the draft, flux is the norm every offseason. But typically I have time to prepare myself.
The summer of 2011 was different.
All the talk was about percentages of the NBA pie and what each side should, and eventually did, concede. The offseason was compressed to the length of a blink, and before I could catch my breath, Christmas Day dawned and the first ball was tossed in the air for tip-off.
Here I am, with the first calendar month of the NBA season behind me, and there are still a few sights I have not adjusted to.