1. NBA Offseason Plans: 4 Suggestions for the New Jersey Nets

    With the NBA lock out finally coming to an end, each team needs to update its plans and try to focus on what it should do next. The Nets are in a unique position. This will be their last season in New Jersey before the big move to Brooklyn...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about over 2 years ago 813 reads 5 comments

  2. New York Knicks: What Do They Do Next?

    With the sweep of the New York Knicks by the Boston Celtics in the first round of the playoffs, many fans are wondering: What should the team do next? Donnie Walsh has done a ...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about 3 years ago 2,114 reads 7 comments

  3. NBA Atlantic Division Preview: Can The Boston Celtics Win The Title?

    For the last three years, the NBA Atlantic Division has been made up of the Boston Celtics, and four other teams hoping to make the playoffs...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about over 3 years ago 671 reads 2 comments

  4. NBA 2010-11 Preview: 10 Reasons Why the New Jersey Nets Will Make the Playoffs

    The New Jersey Nets just finished their worst season ever and just barely won enough games to avoid the worst record in NBA history...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about almost 4 years ago 2,089 reads 16 comments

  5. The Re-Hiring of Isiah Thomas Proves That James Dolan Is an Idiot

    The owner of the New York Knicks, James Dolan, is an idiot. Most Knicks fans have long suspected that this was the case, but the re-hiring of Isiah Thomas proves it. The reign of Isiah Thomas was an unmitigated disaster...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about almost 4 years ago 2,200 reads 15 comments

  6. An Analysis of Wilson Chandler of the New York Knicks

    Wilson Chandler is an athlete. At 6'8", 220 pounds, he is sculpted, fast, and can jump. His athleticism makes him versatile on defense. As a basketball player, he is a natural small forward (or "three")...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about almost 4 years ago 2,727 reads 26 comments

  7. Do Not Trade for Chris Paul: Superstar Point Guards Are Overrated

    New Orleans point guard Chris Paul is a great player. When he is healthy, he is easily in the debate for the best point guard in the NBA. He is the type of player that every team in the NBA would love to have...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about almost 4 years ago 2,470 reads 19 comments

  8. The LeBron James Watch: One Day Away

    With this morning's announcement that Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade have agreed to sign with the Heat, and the announcement that LeBron James will reveal his choice in an hour long special ...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about 4 years ago 562 reads 5 comments

  9. NBA Free Agency: How the 2010 Draft Trades Affected Summer Signings

    We are less than two days away from the most exciting off-season in NBA history. With five teams chasing LeBron James to leave Cleveland, there has been no shortage of attempts to change ...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about 4 years ago 1,122 reads 2 comments

  10. 2010 NBA Draft: Post-Draft Power Rankings

    With the NBA season over and the draft completed, it is time for team rankings, pre-free agency edition for the 2010-11 season...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about 4 years ago 3,495 reads 22 comments

  11. The LeBron James Watch: An Analysis of the Teams Through PER

    With NBA free agency only a little more than two weeks away, fans of teams are becoming more anxious over whether or not LeBron James will sign with their favorite team...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about 4 years ago 409 reads 2 comments

  12. 2010 NBA Free Agency: What the New York Knicks Should Do This Offseason

    Donnie Walsh has done an amazing job of clearing cap space for the biggest free agency offseason since Shaq left the Magic in 1996. The Knicks can sign two free agents to a max contract and still have about $4 million left over...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about 4 years ago 2,858 reads 28 comments

  13. 2010 NBA Finals Preview: Clash of the Titans

    Tomorrow night starts the latest version of the NBA's best rivalry: the Lakers against the Celtics. Rarely in the last 15 years has the NBA had its true marquee teams face each other in the finals...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about 4 years ago 118 reads 1 comments

  14. 2010 NBA Free Agency: The Chris Bosh Effect on LeBron James

    ESPN recently reported that Chris Bosh has given the Toronto Raptors a list of four teams that he would accept going to in a sign-and-trade—the New York Knicks, the Chicago Bulls, the Los Angeles Lakers, and the Miami Heat...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about 4 years ago 2,676 reads 22 comments

  15. 2010 NBA Mock Draft: The Morning After The Lottery

    The lottery is now completed and Washington has the first overall pick. They are fortunate that there appears to be a legitimate future star in John Wall. However, this draft is interesting because there are a lot of talented big men available...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about 4 years ago 3,673 reads 0 comments

  16. LeBron James Needs a Sidekick: Who, and Where, Would Be the Best Fit for Him?

    Since money is essentially a non-issue for LeBron James because he makes more in endorsements than salary, it is indeed likely that winning a title will be the most important factor in where LeBron signs...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about 4 years ago 2,564 reads 32 comments

  17. Building Around Lebron: How He Should Choose His Next Team

    For Lebron James, July 1 cannot come fast enough. He wants to explore his options and there are several teams hoping that he will decide that they are the best fit...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about 4 years ago 1,580 reads 11 comments

  18. The Five Best Trades in New Jersey Nets History

    The Nets have had a long and mostly sad history with player acquisitions, from the trades of Julius Erving and Bernard King to the acquisitions of Phil Jackson and Roy Hinson...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about 4 years ago 1,605 reads 5 comments

  19. A Look Back at The 2007 Draft: Who Would Be The Top 10 Now

    Drafting young players with limited college experience is always tough, but the teams that do it well tend to be the teams that win. History has shown that most star players are drafted in the top 10 picks...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about 4 years ago 780 reads 0 comments

  20. Where will the Top NBA Free Agents Land?

    When Lebron James and Dwyane Wade decided to become free agents at the end of the 2009-10 season, it was inevitable that there would be a ton of teams getting under the cap to try and lure them to their team...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about 4 years ago 2,338 reads 13 comments

  21. The New Jersey Nets Season in Review: Final Grades

    With the worst season in Nets history finally over, it is a good time to reflect back and evaluate the motley crew of players who combined to make this disaster. Tony Battie was supposed to be a veteran backup to Brook Lopez...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about 4 years ago 491 reads 3 comments

  22. The Knicks' Path to LeBron

    The Knicks want to sign LeBron James. The primary reason the Knicks made the Tracy McGrady trade was to get so far under the cap that they could sign two max free agents. The idea was to entice LeBron by having him choose his sidekick...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about 4 years ago 2,071 reads 22 comments

  23. The New Jersey Nets Best Players of the Meadowlands Era

    The Nets have just played their last game at the Izod Center after 29 years there and ended it with a loss. It seems fitting given that there was a lot of losing during those 29 years...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about 4 years ago 25,337 reads 8 comments

  24. The 2010 NBA Draft and the New Jersey Nets' Free Agent Plans

    Break out the champagne: the Nets are not the worst team ever!!! With their 10th win, the Nets have avoided infamy as the worst team in NBA history. Instead they will merely be known as one of the worst teams...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about over 4 years ago 1,392 reads 4 comments

  25. Why LeBron James Might Come to New York: The Knicks Have a Bright Future

    Everyone who is even remotely interested in the NBA knows that the Knicks are going to try to sign LeBron James after this season. What no one other than LeBron knows is whether LeBron is actually interested...

    David Glazer Written by David Glazer about over 4 years ago 922 reads 2 comments