1. Jay Cutler to the Detroit Lions?

    As the Broncos announced today that they will entertain trade offers for QB Jay Cutler, there are plenty of NFL teams lining up. However, no team is in dire need of a franchise QB, or just a franchise anything, more than the Detroit Lions...

    David Leney Written by David Leney about over 5 years ago 298 reads 7 comments

  2. One Out of Three: the Ultimate Fantasy

    In most areas in life 1/3 is bad. For example if you make one out of every three shot attempts (33 percent) in a game of basketball you are not warranting significant playing time ...

    David Leney Written by David Leney about over 5 years ago 75 reads 0 comments

  3. Another Scary Detroit Season

    I can’t say that I didn’t see this coming. However, what I once thought to be a gradual decline turned out to be overnight. I’m talking about the 2008-2009 Detroit Pistons...

    David Leney Written by David Leney about over 5 years ago 225 reads 2 comments

  4. The 76ers: The New Pizza Hut?

    There seem to be two basic rules for gaining fans and publicity in any sport: 1. Win games and/or 2. Have a player people want to see The 76ers are starting to accomplish the ...

    David Leney Written by David Leney about over 6 years ago 1,088 reads 2 comments

  5. What Could Have Been if the Pistons hadn't drafted Darko Milicic

    Let me preface this with the following statement: Joe Dumars can do no wrong for me, not when he was a player and not as a GM. When you watch a Pistons home game the camera usually ends up on Dumars, once, maybe twice a game...

    David Leney Written by David Leney about over 6 years ago 2,144 reads 5 comments

  6. NBA Balance of Power: Why the West Is Winning

    Unless you’ve lived under a rock this season, then you already know just how competitive the NBA’s Western Conference has now become...

    David Leney Written by David Leney about over 6 years ago 898 reads 3 comments

  7. NBA MVP: How It Should Be Determined

    When picking the NBA MVP, I’ve never quite understood the approach, or formula, most voters use. Picking the best player on the best team always seemed like a cop-out to me...

    David Leney Written by David Leney about over 6 years ago 2,809 reads 40 comments

  8. A Thin Line: Joe Johnson & Kevin Durant

    The first thing you hear when rookie Kevin Durant’s name is mentioned is his 19.4 points per game on 40% shooting. Now, as anybody knows who follows the game, that that is not a compliment...

    David Leney Written by David Leney about over 6 years ago 1,510 reads 9 comments

  9. Miami Heat: Looking Ahead

    Record: 9-42 I will start by saying the Miami Heat are one of my least favorite teams in all of sports. In fact Miami sits somewhere between Duke Men's basketball and the Dallas Cowboys on my hate, hate, hate list...

    David Leney Written by David Leney about over 6 years ago 948 reads 0 comments

  10. The Contenders in the East—All Two of Them

    The ContendersSure, I could go through every NBA Easten Conference team and talk about their chances come April, but wouldn't it be a waste of time to include such teams as: New Jersey, Philadelphia, Miami, Charlotte, etc...

    David Leney Written by David Leney about over 6 years ago 691 reads 2 comments