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I miss your insights big time, Mr. Ungvari. With so much going on around the NBA, I keep wishing I could read your takes in an NNO column.
Rondo chasing assist history, the Lakers three-peat quest, the so-called South Beach Super Team, Richard Jefferson's resurgence, New Orleans' torrid start, the 'Melo debacle, and so many other topics just beg for an NNO masterpiece.
I hope things are well in your corner.
This is more than basketball, this is about sports in general. I politely ask for your attention here for a few minutes.
Hey Andrew, I sent a roundtable article to your e-mail, let me know if you got it and what to take part.
Any NN&O on Game 1?
Good luck with screenwriting.
Check this out thanks, man.
Just read your piece on the best and worst coaches and your comments on Scott Brooks' late game coaching. I stumbled across this site on the True Hoop Blog earlier in the year and it does a great job in detailing what a coach is trying to do and how his team is executing, usually on a specific play or two. Maybe you've come across it already.
It's pretty cool to get lost in if you like specific play calls and such.
Enjoy the playoffs, best of luck to your Lakers.
Andrew, surely you realize by now that I consider a Laker loss almost as pleasing as a Celtic victory.
PJ better watch Bryant's minutes or his SG will have nothing left for the playoffs (providing an injury does not end his season before then). He's at 2.2+ mins/game this season over his career average. Why does PJ think a regular season game against the Hornets is so important that he runs 3 of his starters for 40+ minutes?
Where's Bynum? Oh, wait! We're nearing the post-season...no need to explain.
The Jazz have given the Celtics trouble in the recent past (they were the only team to hand the 07-08 Celtics a terrible loss in the Garden), but I think Boston will be approaching it as another statement game. I'm hoping they make the right statement for Boston fans.