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Peter Emerick is an NBA Featured Columnist here at Bleacher Report
Some highlights of Peter's Bleacher Report career that started in November of 2011 are:
Interviewing Miami Heat starting point guard Mario Chalmers
Working with the Trends & Traffic On-Call Team
Being featured in Bleacher Report Video Productions
Being asked to work as the NBA Featured Columnist Trial Writer Program Coordinator
Covering the 2012 NBA Draft Live Blog
haha heat lost what a sore loser
...THE MEANING OF LIFE
Influential section - Yusuf Estes with a young Christian
((( O mankind! Say No God But Allah, Achieve Eternal Salvation )))
" Laa ilaaha illallah " (There is none worthy of worship except Allah.)
( I bear witness that there is none worthy of worship except Allah and I bear witness that Muhammad is His servant and messenger )
( Introduction to Islam )
Really? Up to this point I would say Ellis, but this following season will tell a lot.
Monta Ellis or Brandon Jennings?
u look like chael sonnen a tiny bit lol
Please stop writing articles. You're overly bias, have terrible writing skills, and obviously some bandwagon fan.
Your speediest NBA players list was a disaster,,,it's not an easy list but yours was shameful.
LOL, I have to laugh Peter. I was reading through your comments on here and one guy was really bent out of shape about some game grades you did. I checked, and to no surprise what-so-freaking-ever, the player in question was none other than Jeremy Lin. Former B/R writer Matt Shetler received death threats for suggesting that Lin wasn't actually a top-10 NBA point guard during his breakout stretch in New York, and I've live blogged or game graded the Rockets 19x times this season.
With almost no exception, regardless of how I graded Lin in the game grades, there were two contingents of fans equally upset for entirely opposite reasons: either I'd graded their savior Jeremy Lin far too low because I didn't like him, or I'd over-praised him and got on the hype bandwagon like so many others.
In other words: No matter how objectively you try to grade Lin, you are going to be called a moron/idiot and be told you should be fired by no less than half of the commenters. While it seems they may have been at least partially right regarding your misgrading (since Kyrie Irving did have eight turnovers in the game which featured Lin's defense on him), the point still stands: If you had given a subpar grade for any player less polarizing than Lin, you would have received no shout-outs on your profile page, nor any type of blasts from irate Lin fans/haters, equally as bent out of shape for entirely different reasons.
Sometimes, as the saying goes, "You just can't win!"
Keep up the good writing and don't let the fan-obssessed nature of our readers deter you from giving what you perceive to be accurate and honest game grades! Peace!
biased writer. hate that
Do you even watch basketball? Do us all a favor and don't post more articles. You're an embarrassment to Bleacher Report