1. NBA Monday Roundup: Spurs, Heat Getting by with Stingy Defense

    NBA Monday Round Up San Antonio (23-11) Survive the Miami Heat (18-15): 91-84 Coaching Outrageously.The rebuilding Miami Heat gave the Spurs everything they could handle...

    Thomas Halzack Written by Thomas Halzack about almost 6 years ago 117 reads 0 comments

  2. NBA Monday Round Up 12.29

    Monday NBA Round Up This year, more than most, will have teams just working out their roster problems on the court. Some are just giving experience to young lineups. Others are trying to figure where to go from here...

    Thomas Halzack Written by Thomas Halzack about almost 6 years ago 125 reads 0 comments

  3. NBA Monday Round-Up: Dec. 22, 2008

    Monday NBA Round Up Dec. 22, 2008 It has become a league of haves and have-nots. Orlando tramples (22-6) Golden State (8-21): 113-81 In this version of Meet the Nelsons, Jameer gives Don a noogie...

    Thomas Halzack Written by Thomas Halzack about almost 6 years ago 124 reads 0 comments

  4. Halzack's Monday NBA Round Up

    Monday Monday was double-double day for Kevin Garnett and Kendrick Perkins of the Boston Celtics, and Paul Millsap of the Jazz had a career day with 32 points and 10 rebounds...

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  5. New Jersey Nets; NBA Surprise

    Anyone... raise your hand if you thought Devin Harris would average 24 points a game this season. Me neither. This was supposed to be a rebuilding year for the Nets...

    Thomas Halzack Written by Thomas Halzack about almost 6 years ago 225 reads 10 comments

  6. NBA Round Up 12/8

    Orlando (16-5) Rolls Over Clippers (4-17): 95-88 20 rebounds uncommon? Not for Superman. The NBA's Superman may not have x-ray vision, but he's got 20/20 eyesight...

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  7. Rondo Mr. Fantastic As He Wrecks Pacers

    A career high 17 assists, 16 points, and 13 rebounds for Rajon Rondo befuddled the Indiana Pacers and bedazzled everyone else. It was a magnificent show. He reached the triple double with 10:31 left in the 3rd quarter Statement game against a sub ...

    Thomas Halzack Written by Thomas Halzack about almost 6 years ago 422 reads 11 comments

  8. NBA Monday Night Round Up

    Celtics (17-2) Too Much for Magic (13-5): 107 -88 The Boston Celtics are starting to play like the Big Green Machine of last year as they dismantled the guard depleted Southeast Division leading Orlando Magic by 19 points...

    Thomas Halzack Written by Thomas Halzack about almost 6 years ago 597 reads 2 comments

  9. NBA Monday Round-Up

    Houston Rockets (10-5) Make Miami Heat say Ye-ow! (Ming) : 107-98 It's a Tale of Two Coaches. It was the league's youngest coach against one of it's most experienced. One is trying to field a competitive team, the other is trying to win a championship

    Thomas Halzack Written by Thomas Halzack about almost 6 years ago 327 reads 3 comments

  10. NBA Round Up: Shaq Attack in Recession

    Will Shaq rebound? No really. I don't mean from an injury or adjusting to a new team, or anything like that. Can he still...rebound? What's a big guy to do? First, the flagrant on Stuckey. Now this...

    Thomas Halzack Written by Thomas Halzack about almost 6 years ago 464 reads 2 comments

  11. Celtics Get Burned—You Knew It Was Coming

    The Denver Nuggets, renewed by the re-acquisition of Chauncey Billups, played toe-to-toe with the NBA Champs. The Celtics have been playing with fire for a while now. It was the 3rd team in a row to really challenge the Green Team...

    Thomas Halzack Written by Thomas Halzack about almost 6 years ago 462 reads 4 comments

  12. Tom Halzack's NBA Monday Night Heroics Recap

    It was a night of 4th quarter heroics with amazing individual clutch performances. Celtics (7-1) Pierce Toronto ( 4-3) Raptors: 94-87 Paul Pierce overcame a 3 of 13 shooting funk to ...

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  13. Hi-Jack McDyess? McDo It!

    Are we about to witness a hi-jacking? How about an player interception? The Boston Celtics have watched the recent trade news with the eye of a high flying eagle tracking it's unsuspecting prey...

    Thomas Halzack Written by Thomas Halzack about almost 6 years ago 683 reads 4 comments

  14. NBA Post-Ups: Iverson Traded To Detroit and Other News

    It happened fast. The rumors were barely a day old. The Denver Nuggets traded Allen Iverson to the Detroit Pistons for Chauncey Billups, Antonio McDyess, and Cheik Samb...

    Thomas Halzack Written by Thomas Halzack about almost 6 years ago 438 reads 0 comments

  15. Leon Powe's Emerging Game

    It is always fun to watch a player develop. Leon Powe had the ball and headed to the hoop for a throw down. Delonte West leaped with extended arm to block it. Leon climbed air to go just above West's reach and Wham...

    Thomas Halzack Written by Thomas Halzack about almost 6 years ago 452 reads 5 comments

  16. NBA Predictions 2008-2009: And the Winner Is...

    Here are the playoff matchups, based on my predictions. Eastern Conference 1) Boston2) Detroit3) Orlando4) Cleveland5) Philadelphia6) Washington7) Toronto8) Atlanta I'm amazed...

    Thomas Halzack Written by Thomas Halzack about 6 years ago 535 reads 14 comments

  17. Boston Celtics Are Number One in So Many Ways

    I don’t usually do statistic-heavy articles. But once I saw how many categories the Celtics were the league’s best in, I had to share what I found...

    Thomas Halzack Written by Thomas Halzack about 6 years ago 943 reads 0 comments

  18. NBA 2008-9 Preview: Atlantic Division

    The competition has improved within the Atlantic Division, but no team can keep up with Boston. Boston Celtics Prediction: 58–24 (LY=66-16) 2007-08 shot selection24% Three-point shots ...

    Thomas Halzack Written by Thomas Halzack about 6 years ago 391 reads 2 comments

  19. Boston Celtics 2008 Preview: Driven to Defend?

    How can the Boston Celtics' top last season? By going undefeated? A better question is, "Who can stop them?" The answer is no one. Not a single team. The Celtics were unbeatable when they played with determination and intention...

    Thomas Halzack Written by Thomas Halzack about 6 years ago 765 reads 2 comments

  20. NBA 2008-9 Predictions: Central Division

    There's a new recipe in Detroit. The Pistons are now Curry flavored. The Detroit Pistons didn't surprise many by being the second best team in the East. But 59 wins was the second highest total for the Pistons in the past 18 years...

    Thomas Halzack Written by Thomas Halzack about 6 years ago 839 reads 2 comments

  21. NBA 2008-9 Predictions: Southeast Division

    On to the Eastern Conference.... Southeast Division Orlando 52-30 (Last Year=52-30) One of the top offensive teams in the east last year, they lost depth at PG (Carlos Arroyo, Keyon Dooling—who I like), but all the key players are back...

    Thomas Halzack Written by Thomas Halzack about 6 years ago 542 reads 5 comments

  22. NBA 2008-9 Predictions: Southwest Division

    Southwest Division: Eenie, meenie, miney, moe. Three legit title contenders in this Division. Houston 60-22 (LY= 55-27) Injury watch here, though they have shown they can win without either Yao or McGrady (not at the same time)...

    Thomas Halzack Written by Thomas Halzack about 6 years ago 1,115 reads 7 comments

  23. NBA 2008-09 Predictions: Northwest Division

    One team rising, one team sinking, one top team staying the same. Utah 53-29 (LY= 54-28) Jerry Sloan’s team has done little to change. Second in assists differential (+6.5), second in field-goal percentage (49%), third in rebound differential (3...

    Thomas Halzack Written by Thomas Halzack about 6 years ago 1,217 reads 6 comments

  24. NBA 2008-9 Predictions: Pacific Division

    It is that time of year again. Rosters are mostly settled. Practice starts soon. Let the prognostications begin...

    Thomas Halzack Written by Thomas Halzack about 6 years ago 956 reads 2 comments

  25. Cavs: Celtics Toughest Play-off Opponent: part two

    In analyzing the Celtics and what ever troubles they experienced in this post season, one must keep in mind that, with few exceptions, when Boston is right, no one has really shown that they can stop them...

    Thomas Halzack Written by Thomas Halzack about 6 years ago 810 reads 3 comments