1. I'm Sorry, There Must Be a Mix-Up...Why Can't The King Reign in Miami?

    <!-- @page { margin: 0.79in } P { margin-bottom: 0.08in } -- I grew up a basketball fan. I loved reading my NBA history books, and watching the vintage video's of great players and teams of the past...

    Chris Dowhower Written by Chris Dowhower about 4 years ago 233 reads 0 comments

  2. Chris D: Thinking Out Loud

    A few things that caught my attention: The Cleveland Indians finally made the move, and CC Sabathia is now a Brewer. In his first outing, CC was solid and gave the Brewers a glimpse of what the former CY Young winner brings to their ballclub...

    Chris Dowhower Written by Chris Dowhower about 6 years ago 407 reads 0 comments

  3. When on the Road, NBA Stars have yet to Carry the Load

    With the Spurs victory last night, the home teams in the NBA 2nd round improved to 20-1. What is causing this disparity? There have been many reasons suggested, but its simple...

    Chris Dowhower Written by Chris Dowhower about 6 years ago 477 reads 1 comments

  4. Maybe Not The Name or Fame, They've Got The Game.

    Do you remember the Lakers vs. Bulls in the 1991 Finals. The beginning of the Bulls dynasty and first three-peat. What do you find most memorable about the series, is it the Magic vs...

    Chris Dowhower Written by Chris Dowhower about 6 years ago 415 reads 3 comments

  5. The Team to Beat?

    The team that won the NL East division last year is not a serious contender. Despite what Jimmy Rollins says, and sports writers predict, they are not the team to beat...

    Chris Dowhower Written by Chris Dowhower about over 6 years ago 435 reads 0 comments

  6. Are the New York Knicks Really Hopeless?

    Isiah Thomas and his New York Knicks have become the running joke of the NBA. Thomas became the President of Operation in 2003, taking over a team way over the salary cap and with little talent or trade bait...

    Chris Dowhower Written by Chris Dowhower about over 6 years ago 1,139 reads 5 comments

  7. When Bad Can Mean Good

    This year's Eastern Conference, in the NBA, is having one of its worst years in history. The current sixth seeded Wizards, and seventh seeded Sixers, are playing .500 ball, and that is light years behind the current ninth Nuggets of the West...

    Chris Dowhower Written by Chris Dowhower about over 6 years ago 702 reads 9 comments

  8. A testimony to team play, Rockets just keep winning.

    Growing up as a Chicago Bulls fan, I was able to witness the importance of teamwork and role players. Sure MJ was one of the greatest competitors of all time, but without contributions from players ...

    Chris Dowhower Written by Chris Dowhower about over 6 years ago 855 reads 4 comments

  9. With New Players Celtics, Lakers Start Playoff Hunt

    There have been several articles, and stories on the NBA trade deadline and the moves made before the March 1st signings. Most people have proclaimed the Lakers as the biggest winners by getting Pau Gasol for almost nothing...

    Chris Dowhower Written by Chris Dowhower about over 6 years ago 1,146 reads 2 comments

  10. After the Dust Settles: Looking at the NBA's Recent Trades

    There have been several articles, and stories on the NBA trade deadline and the moves made before the March 1st signings. Most people have proclaimed the Lakers as the biggest winners by getting Pau Gasol for almost nothing...

    Chris Dowhower Written by Chris Dowhower about over 6 years ago 786 reads 0 comments