1. Money to Burn: The NBA's Five Worst Contracts in 2011

    Who doesn't enjoy hearing about how upset billionaire owners are with players "taking their talents" to specific locations, and later arguing about how much they're paying out? ...

    Sandro Fracca Written by Sandro Fracca about over 3 years ago 1,958 reads 2 comments

  2. As The Ink Dries Part 2: NBA Free Agent Signings 2009 Off-Season Rankings

    **Read Part 1 Not too many free agents left now, and just a month left before teams start to gather again for camps...

    Sandro Fracca Written by Sandro Fracca about 5 years ago 1,547 reads 22 comments

  3. As The Ink Dries: Rating the NBA Free Agent Signings 2009

    Read Part 2With all the talk surrounding the big names, it seems as though this year's post-moratorium transaction period has changed the complexion of only about 6 teams...

    Sandro Fracca Written by Sandro Fracca about over 5 years ago 1,191 reads 0 comments

  4. If I Had a Million Dollars -- NBA Free Agency 2009

    If I had a million dollars, I might not be rich enough to offer this year's crop of free agents a contract, but I might be able to pay for a season's ticket to watch one of them play...

    Sandro Fracca Written by Sandro Fracca about over 5 years ago 993 reads 26 comments

  5. Looking Backward: The All-Seattle SuperSonics Starting Five (That I've Ever Seen)

    After finishing reading yet another tragic article on how great the Sonics used to be (http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/nba/2009284407_sonic01...

    Sandro Fracca Written by Sandro Fracca about over 5 years ago 1,023 reads 30 comments

  6. A Matrix of Championships: Can Mitch Kupchak Build Another Lakers Dynasty?

    Mitch Kupchak must go to the mattresses. If he thinks his Lakers, poised on the brink of achieving the franchise's 15th NBA championship in 30 finals' appearances, can remain as the same team ...

    Sandro Fracca Written by Sandro Fracca about over 5 years ago 971 reads 18 comments

  7. Matchmaker 2009: Lakers vs. Magic NBA Finals Prediction

    The Orlando Magic were undefeated against the Lakers in the regular season winning two close games for a record of 2-0...

    Sandro Fracca Written by Sandro Fracca about over 5 years ago 1,853 reads 16 comments

  8. Bridging the gap for The Vancouver Pacers

    Having heard of the reports out of Indiana and Vancouver I decided to do a little bit of digging around and found some former Grizzlies who were willing to comment on their days out here in Vancouver ...

    Sandro Fracca Written by Sandro Fracca about over 5 years ago 1,624 reads 5 comments

  9. Last-Second Plays: 10 Games Within the Games You Need To Follow in the NBA Playoffs

    The playoffs provide an intensified atmosphere on the court where rivalries are established or restored. The core of the playoffs is during gameplay, but when the final scores are established, the game doesn't end...

    Sandro Fracca Written by Sandro Fracca about over 5 years ago 420 reads 3 comments

  10. NBA Playoffs 2009: Top Three Teams No One Wants to Play

    The top teams are all teams no team should want to face, but some of the bottom seeds look poised to give the favorites nightmares...

    Sandro Fracca Written by Sandro Fracca about over 5 years ago 675 reads 16 comments

  11. Crying Foul on the NBA MVP Race in 2009

    Ever wonder why the MVP award seems to boil down to a stats battle every year? Shouldn't the MVP be the player whose value to the team is the highest? Since when has the MVP award converted ...

    Sandro Fracca Written by Sandro Fracca about over 5 years ago 738 reads 18 comments

  12. The All Bench-Boss Team

    Who says great players can't be great coaches? Nearly every team in the league is represented in some way by a hall-of fame basketball star in the office or behind the bench...

    Sandro Fracca Written by Sandro Fracca about almost 6 years ago 254 reads 3 comments

  13. The All "What If..." Team

    The following is a team of players who could have, should have, would have, might have, and almost have succeeded at the level of the greatest to ever play the game...

    Sandro Fracca Written by Sandro Fracca about almost 6 years ago 670 reads 20 comments

  14. The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: NBA 2008 Week one in review

    The Good: 1. Brandon Roy's incredible buzzer beater in overtime against the Houston Rockets from over 30 feet away with less than a second left on an inbounds. Could Brandon Roy be "The One?" Best game of the week, by far...

    Sandro Fracca Written by Sandro Fracca about almost 6 years ago 354 reads 0 comments

  15. The NBA that could have been.

         A local radio station ran a poll for non-NBA fans recently, the types of fans who are perfunctory  in their interest to any sport which does not include someone that could pass for a relative...

    Sandro Fracca Written by Sandro Fracca about almost 6 years ago 232 reads 0 comments

  16. Eastern Promises Part IV -- NBA Eastern Conference Preview 2008-2009

    As far as champions go, Boston did it the hard way. No team played more games or lost more games en route to capturing the coveted championship than last year's Celtics...

    Sandro Fracca Written by Sandro Fracca about 6 years ago 1,071 reads 4 comments