1. Ricky Rubio, Thriving On a Second-Hand Reputation

    The biggest name, at the moment, when it comes to the 2009 NBA draft, is Ricky Rubio, a Spanish point guard, with years of experience playing professional basketball in Europe. Everyone seems to know his alliterative, catchy name, even casual fans...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Marty McFly about 5 years ago 2,126 reads 43 comments

  2. Since Michael Jordan, Dwyane Wade Has Been the Most Jordanesque

    The question of who is currently the best player in the NBA was a hot topic, up until the long-awaited, so-called dream series, between the Cavs and the Lakers, was deferred, or even permanently ended, by the Orlando Magic's high-powered offense...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Marty McFly about 5 years ago 4,242 reads 6 comments

  3. Dispelling the "Pau Gasol Is Reformed" Myth

    During, and after, the 2008 NBA finals, played between the Boston Celtics and the Los Angeles Lakers, Pau Gasol was tagged as soft and as the primary cause of the Lakers' fall to the Celtics...

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  4. NBA Finals: Gasol Just As Heroic As Howard

    Yes, Pau Gasol, like Dwight Howard is, was once considered a superhero, albeit at the local, small-market (even smaller than Orlando) level...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Marty McFly about 5 years ago 457 reads 3 comments

  5. Logic Dictates That Lakers Will Defeat Nuggets

    Recently, NBA legend Charles Barkley, during NBA broadcasts on TNT, has been proclaiming that the Nuggets are the best team in the NBA. Other analysts have touted the Nuggets as the only Western Conference team that could beat the Lakers...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Marty McFly about 5 years ago 492 reads 5 comments