1. The Young and the Restless: The Biggest NBA Stories of 2010

    There are tons of things that have transpired this season that make this league what it is. Every season certain stories and events stand out, which ultimately wind up symbolizing the season...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about over 4 years ago 1,118 reads 4 comments

  2. Milton Bradley's Games Are Played Out

    Here's an article that I foresee being relatively short, speaking once again on a tired topic, on a tired player, Milton Bradley. Once again, crying how its somebody else's fault why once again the door knob hit him on the ass on the way out...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about over 4 years ago 87 reads 0 comments

  3. Zach's Confirmation Day: Has His Maturity Finally Matched His Talent?

    Zach Randolph entered the NBA at 19, drafted by the Portland Trailblazers, who at that time was the power forward factory. They had Rasheed Wallace, in his prime, as well as Dale Davis, who was a true old school enforcer type power forward...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about over 4 years ago 78 reads 0 comments

  4. Post-Ewing Depression: 10 Worst New York Knick Acquisitions Since Pat

    Growing up as a Knick fan, I had grown accustomed to teams that played with toughness. With passion and heart. We had a hall of fame center who might not have been flashy or spectacular, but was consistent, loyal, and a consumate professional...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about over 4 years ago 1,315 reads 4 comments

  5. Duke Blue Devils-North Carolina Tar Heels: NBA Hype and NBA Hope

    So many schools come to mind when I think of schools that produce sucessful NBA players. People think of Connecticut. Arizona and a few others that I probably cant think of off the top of my head...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about over 4 years ago 1,602 reads 10 comments

  6. Summers Brew: New York, New York, Big City Of Dreams. Or a Big Nightmare

    The Big Apple. The big city of dreams. Only for Knicks fans, its been a nightmare the last ten years or so. Painful. Through Scott Layden, Isiah made the Knicks into the Detroit Lions of the NBA...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about over 4 years ago 103 reads 2 comments

  7. Public Penetration: Tiger Is a Mutt

    This article will be rather short, as I am using this as a platform to bash my favorite athlete, Mr. Tiger Woods. Hopefully, you readers will recognize my sarcasm. I've watched this guy from the very beginning...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about over 4 years ago 418 reads 2 comments

  8. All Star Saturday Night: The Dunks Flunked

    For years I have watched All-Star Saturday night, anticipating the events for months. Right after the Super Bowl, it served as a pre-celebration of the All-Star game. However, in recent years, the luster and appeal of the whole weekend has disappeared...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about over 4 years ago 341 reads 4 comments

  9. Dirk Finally Gets His Help: Dallas Finally Gets It Right

    Last week, I was in the midst of writing an article on Josh Howard, and how his career has deteriorated at his own hands...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about over 4 years ago 764 reads 14 comments

  10. Building Baseball...Keeping Up with the Joneses...a.k.a. the Yankees

    Here we are again, in the midst of another baseball off season, a month away from us embarking on another one hundred sixty two game season. Every year, after the playoff finish, all legitimate title contenders...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about over 4 years ago 211 reads 2 comments

  11. Knowing When To Say When: Kudos To Kurt

    In the age of the professional athlete over-staying their welcome or trying to squeeze out more time from their 15 minutes of fame, its quite refreshing to see that quarterback Kurt Warner knows when to say when...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about over 4 years ago 177 reads 0 comments

  12. Racism Revisited: The All American Basketball Alliance

    This country is in a recession in more ways than one. Not just in terms of the economy, but with our mentality as well...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about over 4 years ago 1,789 reads 9 comments

  13. Great Rexpectations...Jets, Jets, Jets!

    From the day Rex Ryan was introduced as head coach of the New York Jets, I could tell he was going to put his imprint on the team. But despite his size, I never thought his mark would be so big...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about over 4 years ago 229 reads 0 comments

  14. NBA Awards: A Midwinter's Season's Predictions

    Here we are, mid season, a month away from All-Star weekend, my favorite time of the year, right after the Super Bowl...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about over 4 years ago 460 reads 17 comments

  15. Top 10 NBA Surprises in the 2009-2010 Season, So Far

    The great thing about sports is the unpredictability. Every year there are players and teams who disappoint. Who overachieve, underachieve. Teams who crumble and teams who grow and mature over time...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about over 4 years ago 824 reads 9 comments

  16. The Washington Wizards' Gilbert Arenas Still Thinks He Plays For The Bullets

    As a basketball fan, I always was gratified when I saw a player come out of college and have to work their way to stardom. Lottery picks are expected to be franchise players for the most part...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about over 4 years ago 145 reads 0 comments

  17. The Four Worst Coaches In the NBA

    Many people may not think so, but coaches definitely play a vital role in a team's success. Players win games, coaches win championships. Period point blank...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about over 4 years ago 2,500 reads 9 comments

  18. The Question Is Will Allen Iverson Be the Answer for the Philadelphia 76ers?

    Every so often, I love to see superstar athletes who seem to think they are bigger than the sport get humbled. There is no single athlete that is bigger than their team and league...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about over 4 years ago 165 reads 0 comments

  19. This Is Why People Hate the Yankees

    For many years I wondered why so many people seem to have such a disgust for the Yankees. You either like them or you don't. "They buy their players," people say, or, "They spend the most." Show-offs...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about over 4 years ago 4,109 reads 22 comments

  20. Paul Pierce: A Professional Pro

    If you read my profile, you would have seen the type of athletes and players that I respect, admire, and am a fan of these days...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about over 4 years ago 283 reads 12 comments

  21. Seven Seconds Or Less: Mike "No D" Antoni's Recipe For Disaster.

    After years and years of embarrassment, turmoil, scandal, and chaos, Donnie Walsh has done a great job cleaning Isiah Thomas' mess. We knew that he would have to make drastic moves, many that I would disagree with, but ultimately had to be done...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about over 4 years ago 1,561 reads 23 comments

  22. The Oakland Raiders are Now the Biggest Disgrace in Sports

    This article im writing will probably be the worst Ive written. Never in the all the years I've followed the NFL have I been so disgusted by a teams performance. I might have went Jim Mora style if you asked me about it...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about over 4 years ago 570 reads 17 comments

  23. The Three Best and Worst Changes David Stern Has Made for the NBA

    I've watched the NBA for about the last 23 or so years. I am a highlight junkie who loves the old school games and players. Guys like Isiah. Karl Malone.....old school, hard nosed veterans...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about almost 5 years ago 860 reads 9 comments

  24. The King is Not Coming to New York to Hang with Peasants

    Let the public media frenzy over LeBron's free agency begin. Really, it already began last season, but this is his final season before his contract is up. Cleveland went all or nothing, signing Shaq as a quick fix...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about almost 5 years ago 418 reads 7 comments

  25. College Coaches To Pros: Stay in School, It Doesn't Work

    Sports bridges many gaps. People from different races, countries, economic backgrounds, and cultures. Whether its little league, high school, college, or the pros, people come together for a common goal: to win...

    S. Wentworth Duncanson Written by S. Wentworth Duncanson about almost 5 years ago 207 reads 0 comments