1. Is P.J. Carlesimo a Long-Term Fit for the Brooklyn Nets?

    Go ahead, take a look at P.J. Carlesimo 's numbers since Avery Johnson’s departure; they’re stellar. He’s 13-5 since taking over on December 27...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about almost 2 years ago 824 reads 6 comments

  2. Los Angeles Lakers at New York Knicks: Prime-Time TV or Just Another Game?

    It's clear to see why programmers and schedulers have tonight's Knicks vs. Lakers game on prime-time national television...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about 2 years ago 1,439 reads 5 comments

  3. Dwight Howard and the Los Angeles Lakers: Problems Deeper Than Expected

    When the Los Angeles Lakers acquired Dwight Howard on August 10, imminent fear spread throughout the entire league...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about 2 years ago 851 reads 0 comments

  4. NBA Atlantic Division: Ranking the Rookies

    Given the response from our previous top-five lists, we'll continue along today ranking the top five NBA rookies from the Atlantic Division...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about over 2 years ago 1,036 reads 4 comments

  5. Top 5 Shooting Guards in the Atlantic Division

    In the second installment, after ranking the Atlantic Division's top five point guards, we'll follow suit with the shooting guards. Another position that has stepped up in terms of talent...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about over 2 years ago 446 reads 4 comments

  6. NBA Offseason: Top 5 Point Guards in the Atlantic Division

    To follow suit with ESPN's top-ranked players, I've decided to rank the best players in the Atlantic Division position by position...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about over 2 years ago 1,089 reads 6 comments

  7. 2011-12 NBA Awards: The Very Best of the Atlantic Division

    Given that two teams battled for a spot in the Eastern Conference finals and three of five teams made playoff appearances, the Atlantic Division has had its fair share of success in the shortened 2011-12 NBA season...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about over 2 years ago 3,534 reads 18 comments

  8. The 2011-12 NBA Season in Motion

    From the fear of a missed season due to the lockout, culminating with a vicious elbow from Metta World Peace to James Harden, the 2011-12 NBA season has seen it's fair share of stories in a shortened schedule...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about over 2 years ago 490 reads 0 comments

  9. Dwight Howard Staying in Orlando Is the End of the Nets Franchise as We Know It

    March 15th, 2012 clearly has to go down in the history books for the Nets for being the worst day in their existence...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about almost 3 years ago 507 reads 0 comments

  10. Contraction in the NBA : Good or Bad?

    Among the notably confused NBA players, Derrick Rose chimed in the other day to the Associated Press claiming the NBA should eliminate the salary cap. “I wish it was back like in the old days where there wasn’t a cap...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about 3 years ago 96 reads 3 comments

  11. Foreseeable Ground To Lose: NBA Lockout

    With the latest round of organized procrastination all wrapped up, the looming doom of a cancelled season grows bolder and bolder with each second lost...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about 3 years ago 53 reads 0 comments

  12. Jamario Moon: Why There's Nobody Else Like Him

    I was captivated within three seconds of watching Jamario Moon at the Armory in downtown Albany. I didn't think twice the first time I said, "He should be in the league...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about over 3 years ago 359 reads 0 comments

  13. NBA: The Eagerness to Create the Next Jordan

    By now, this LeBron drama has captured the attention of everybody in the sports world. SportsCenter now continually updates viewers on LeBron's latest tweet, and every consonant uttered ...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about over 3 years ago 321 reads 0 comments

  14. NBA Playoffs 2011: Nap Time for New York Knicks in the Playoffs

    Somewhere Bill Laimbeer, Charles Barkley and Dennis Rodman are shaking their heads. You had a win solidified twice, in Boston, and you are sitting on the bench? Yes, I'm talking about Chauncey Billups and Amar'e Stoudemire...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about over 3 years ago 95 reads 1 comments

  15. NBA: Playoffs Shaping up like the NCAA's

    Seeding ? Forget about it. This postseason in the NBA has, for the first time in a while, proved that the regular season means little...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about over 3 years ago 70 reads 0 comments

  16. Interview With Kenny Hasbrouck

    Here's my interview with former Miami Heat guard Kenny Hasbrouck. Kenny Hasbrouck grew up in Capitol Heights, Md. where he played for the Cardinal Gibbons School before choosing Siena College...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about 4 years ago 668 reads 1 comments

  17. LeBron James Returns to Cleveland: Hopefully, a Line Will Be Drawn

    "LeBron, I love you, but don't stand close to me next week in Cleveland," uttered the infamous Charles Barkley last night during TNT's pregame show...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about 4 years ago 2,035 reads 47 comments

  18. Question For Jamario Moon: Where's The Drive?

    Not to dampen some spirits after an impressive win against the Bucks, but reality has struck Cleveland. As one who covers Jamario Moon and has been following him since 2005, I know you (Cleveland) have had just about enough of him...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about 4 years ago 626 reads 2 comments

  19. Cleveland Cavaliers: 2010-2011 Season Preview

    Stepping on to my college campus sporting Cavaliers shirts, I was often asked, "You're a Cavaliers fan? Even after LeBron left?" As those of you who follow the blog on a regular basis, all two of you, know that I cover Jamario Moon...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about over 4 years ago 1,535 reads 22 comments

  20. Cleveland Cavaliers Players Could Be on the Slicing Block

    It seems imminent that if the Cavaliers don't have a spectacular start to their season, select players will be looking for new teams...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about over 4 years ago 1,819 reads 7 comments

  21. The Cleveland Cavaliers' Future

    Someone told me that Lebron is no longer a Cavalier? Alright, time to move on. Cleveland, you need to forget the fact that the best player in the league no longer sports your jersey...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about over 4 years ago 2,269 reads 17 comments

  22. No KG, No Problem

    Not that he wasn't available, Kevin Garnett just hasn't shown up in this series. And still, the Celtics have somehow found a way to defeat the Lakers without utilizing their motivator...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about over 4 years ago 140 reads 0 comments

  23. NBA Finals Preview of Deep History

    This will be the 12th time the Celtics and Lakers have met in the finals, dating back to 1959. Of those twelve meetings, the Lakers have only won two of them. Typically, in every series between these two teams, home court has proven to be very convincing.

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about over 4 years ago 167 reads 0 comments

  24. An Interesting Prediction for the Eastern Conference Finals

    Doc Rivers said it best after the Celtics lost Game Four at home, "They have two home games and we only have one, so we've just made it more difficult for ourselves...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about over 4 years ago 354 reads 10 comments

  25. The Future of LeBron James: Cleveland Is the Reason

    Brace yourselves folks, because for the next 44 days all you will hear about on ESPN is the LeBron James moving saga...

    Frankie Anetzberger Written by Frankie Anetzberger about over 4 years ago 392 reads 0 comments