1. The Boston Celtics and Danny Ainge Could Save Jimmer Fredette's Career

    If anybody can wash the "Sacramento stink" off Jimmer Fredette , it's the Boston Celtics . Celtics president Danny Ainge would be the perfect mentor for the floundering Fredette...

    Andrew Sweat Written by Andrew Sweat about 1 year ago 15,432 reads 74 comments

  2. Jimmer Fredette Can Be This Generation's Vinnie "The Microwave" Johnson

    If Jimmer Fredette is willing to engage in identify theft to bolster his career, he might want to find the social security number of Vinnie “the Microwave” Johnson as a start...

    Andrew Sweat Written by Andrew Sweat about 1 year ago 4,330 reads 38 comments

  3. Andre Miller's Quiet Brilliance: Why Denver Nuggets Guard Is Among the Best

    With all of the fanfare and boisterousness of a church mouse, Andre Miller has quietly put together perhaps the most impressive under-the-radar career in NBA history...

    Andrew Sweat Written by Andrew Sweat about 1 year ago 1,508 reads 9 comments

  4. LeBron James and Dwyane Wade Can't Shoot on Thursday Nights

    Garfield hates Mondays. LeBron James and Dwyane Wade appear to hate Thursdays. Throughout their careers, the two Miami Heat stars have seen their field-goal percentages fall off a cliff in Thursday night games...

    Andrew Sweat Written by Andrew Sweat about 1 year ago 785 reads 1 comments

  5. Jimmer Fredette Is as Productive as Ray Allen: An Inconvenient Truth

    Jimmer Fredette was mentioned on Monday by Eamonn Brennan at ESPN.com as having the potential to become one of the best NBA players to ever emerge from the Mountain West Conference...

    Andrew Sweat Written by Andrew Sweat about 1 year ago 13,170 reads 56 comments

  6. Miami Heat's PA Announcer Is the Most Annoying Man in Basketball

    Move over, J.J. Redick, you've been replaced. The most annoying man in basketball is Michael Baiamonte , hands down. If you are an NBA fan you might not recognize the name, but you undoubtedly recognize his voice ...

    Andrew Sweat Written by Andrew Sweat about 1 year ago 10,326 reads 72 comments

  7. How Drawing the Charge Is Killing March Madness

    The exuberant joy of March Madness is getting killed by three stupid words: Drawing the charge. Forget academics fraud, pay-for-play scandals or Mike Rice acting like a maniac ...

    Andrew Sweat Written by Andrew Sweat about over 1 year ago 343 reads 4 comments

  8. Shaquille O'Neal's Laker Jersey Retirement Summed Up in One Word: Awkward

    If Steve Carell's socially unaware character of Michael Scott from The Office could script an extremely awkward NBA jersey retirement ceremony, this would have been it. On April 2nd, 2013 the Los Angeles Lakers retired Shaquille O'Neal 's No..

    Andrew Sweat Written by Andrew Sweat about over 1 year ago 1,280 reads 2 comments

  9. Shawn Bradley Was as Good as Roy Hibbert: Yes, That Shawn Bradley

    On February 28th the Bulls ’ Joakim Noah became the first NBA player to post a 20-point, 20-rebound, 10-block game since Shawn Bradley in 1998 . Yes, that Shawn Bradley...

    Andrew Sweat Written by Andrew Sweat about over 1 year ago 1,229 reads 0 comments

  10. The Sacramento Kings Should Fire Keith Smart and Free Jimmer Fredette

    At 22-43 (.338) the Sacramento Kings have the worst record in the Western Conference, and it's about time they did something about it. The Kings' latest defeat came on March 10th in a frantic 115-113 home loss to the Milwaukee Bucks ...

    Andrew Sweat Written by Andrew Sweat about over 1 year ago 15,947 reads 35 comments

  11. 10 Reasons Why Samuel Dalembert's 35-Point Game May Signal the End of the World

    In one of the most bizarre storylines of the 2012-2013 NBA season, Samuel Dalembert of the Milwaukee Bucks just dropped 35 points on the Denver Nuggets , going a ridiculous 17-of-21 from the floor in the process...

    Andrew Sweat Written by Andrew Sweat about over 1 year ago 1,689 reads 5 comments

  12. Jimmer Fredette Pulls an 'Oh-Fer' in Front of His Once-Adoring Utah Fans

    Unlike the days when he dominated in Provo, Jimmer Fredette couldn ’t buy a basket in Salt Lake City on Monday...

    Andrew Sweat Written by Andrew Sweat about over 1 year ago 3,057 reads 5 comments

  13. 10 Years Ago Tonight, Michael Jordan Once Again Left Kobe Bryant in His Shadow

    The careers of Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant will forever be linked. Jordan set the impossibly high standard that Kobe’s career will always be measured against...

    Andrew Sweat Written by Andrew Sweat about over 1 year ago 2,664 reads 3 comments

  14. 5 NBA Players Who Are as Suprisingly Pleasant as a Good Tax Refund

    It’s that wonderful time of the year again when we dump our earnings information into Turbo Tax, press “Calculate My Refund”, and wait in giddy anticipation to see how many of our overpaid tax dollars we will get back...

    Andrew Sweat Written by Andrew Sweat about over 1 year ago 1,968 reads 3 comments

  15. Paul Pierce for Al Jefferson: The Ultimate "Win-Win" Trade for Boston and Utah

    With the season-ending ACL injury suffered by Rajon Rondo, the time has come to blow up the Celtics . To pull a line from Stephen Covey, the best “win-win” trade partner the Celtics may be able to find is the Utah Jazz...

    Andrew Sweat Written by Andrew Sweat about over 1 year ago 3,613 reads 24 comments

  16. Greg Oden's 5 Most Dominant NBA Games

    The Miami Heat and Cleveland Cavaliers have emerged as the frontrunners to sign Greg Oden. Since being drafted first overall in 2007, the 7-foot big man has primarily become ...

    Andrew Sweat Written by Andrew Sweat about over 1 year ago 4,573 reads 8 comments

  17. With Rajon Rondo Now Included, the NBA's All-Injury All-Star Team Is Loaded

    Rajon Rondo 's season-ending ACL injury occurred shortly after the 2013 NBA All-Star team was announced. Rondo will not be able to play in the Feb...

    Andrew Sweat Written by Andrew Sweat about over 1 year ago 4,065 reads 2 comments

  18. All-Star Snub Stephen Curry Among the NBA's 5 Deadliest 3-Point Shooters

    When former NBA gunner Antoine Walker was asked why he jacked up so many threes, he famously answered " because there are no 4s ." Those are not the words you want to hear from a career 32...

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  19. Carolina Panthers: 5 Biggest Disappointments of 2012

    The 2012 NFL season was a massive disappointment for the Carolina Panthers . After improving to 6-10 the previous season with then-rookie quarterback Cam Newton and the new coaching ...

    Andrew Sweat Written by Andrew Sweat about over 1 year ago 3,307 reads 29 comments

  20. Jeremy Lin Is Among the NBA's 5 Worst 3-Point Bricklayers This Year

    One of the truest statements about NBA basketball is this: You live by the three, you die by the three. With that in mind, these five gunners are shooting their teams toward a slow death...

    Andrew Sweat Written by Andrew Sweat about over 1 year ago 7,153 reads 11 comments

  21. Carolina Panthers Excel with Previous 10 First-Round Draft Picks

    While the Carolina Panthers ' 7-9 record in 2012 was a disappointment, the upside is Carolina will have the 14th overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft...

    Andrew Sweat Written by Andrew Sweat about over 1 year ago 3,402 reads 12 comments

  22. The Utah Jazz Look to Kick the Los Angeles Lakers While They're Down

    The most reviled basketball team in the state of Utah is the Los Angeles Lakers , hands down. As the 22-19 Jazz prepare to travel to Los Angeles for a Friday, January 25 matchup ...

    Andrew Sweat Written by Andrew Sweat about over 1 year ago 1,119 reads 4 comments