1. Can Allen Iverson Lead From The Rear?

    It wasn’t too long ago that Iverson was included in the unending “best player in the game” debate. With his scoring touch, excellent pass lane defense, other-worldly handles ...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about over 4 years ago 385 reads 6 comments

  2. Lakers-Cavaliers: Christmas Day Embarrassment Must Serve As Lakers' Wake Up Call

    The masquerade is officially over. There are many things one could have learned from the Lakers debacle against the Cavaliers earlier today, but one fact was made abundantly clear: The Lakers ...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about over 4 years ago 941 reads 34 comments

  3. A.I.'s Back, but Will the Means Justify the End?

    The 76ers made their biggest move of the 2009 season when they signed free agent guard Allen Iverson on December 4th. Both in the stands and on the court, Iverson's return has already proven to be a step in the right direction...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about over 4 years ago 140 reads 2 comments

  4. Are the Lakers Becoming the NBA's Next Legendary Team?

    After the Lakers' less-than-stellar 7-3 start, the expectations surrounding this team had substantially lowered. But as they've shown in the past, that's when the Lakers function at their best...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about over 4 years ago 2,365 reads 85 comments

  5. Pull the Trigger or Pull the Plug: Re-Signing A.I. Is Sixers' Only Hope

    With last night's loss to the Spurs in the books, the Sixers stand at a dismal 5-12, their most offensively potent guard (Lou Williams) may be out for as many as eight weeks, and their attendance ...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about over 4 years ago 445 reads 8 comments

  6. Open Letter To Allen Iverson

    Allen, I’m going to be frank here: you’re out of answers. Due to no fault of your own, your reputation in this league has been tarnished, downsized, and spat on...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about over 4 years ago 416 reads 11 comments

  7. Testicular Fortitude: Why Steve Nash Will Never Be The NBA's True MVP

    First and foremost, an MVP is a leader. There are many different ways in which one can be a leader. Some leaders are more emotional than others, others are more maintained than some, but there ...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about over 4 years ago 1,616 reads 111 comments

  8. Leave Philly Alone! Top Five Reasons To Ease Up On the Sixers

    And how flipping dare anyone out there make of the Sixers after all they’ve been through! They traded away their franchise player, their only scoring big-man is always injured, their team ...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about over 4 years ago 419 reads 5 comments

  9. Thrashing by Celtics May Signal Beginning of the End for the Sixers

    What, you don’t think an NBA season can end before April? You’re wrong. There’s no end of damage momentum, or lack thereof, can do to an NBA team over the course of a season if left unchecked...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about over 4 years ago 131 reads 2 comments

  10. Reality Check: The Stark Truth Of The Sixers' Destination

    Think of competing in the NBA as a constant struggle against a firm, deep current in the ocean. You are either moving forward or you are moving back. There is no treading water...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about over 4 years ago 215 reads 6 comments

  11. 2010 Playoff Picture: Eastern Conference Predictions and Analysis

    1) Boston Celtics (65-17) (low: 59 high: 68) There’s quite a difference between the highest and lowest possible amount of wins I have listed for this team isn’t there? ...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about over 4 years ago 1,587 reads 33 comments

  12. Will Lakers' Kobe Bryant Win His Fifth Championship in Two Seasons?

    Make no mistake about it, Kobe Bryant won four championships last season. Some may note that the championship rings of 2000-2002 were in Bryant’s display case years ago, but the sad truth is the rest of the world has taken this long to catch up...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about over 4 years ago 2,608 reads 44 comments

  13. 2010 Playoff Picture: Western Conference Predictions and Analysis

    1) Los Angeles Lakers 68-14 (low: 64 high: 72) The Western Conference just seems to keep getting better and better, huh? With the Lakers’ long-time nemesis Spurs having retooled, the Blazers ...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about almost 5 years ago 806 reads 57 comments

  14. The Drama Begins: Reaction to the Ron Artest-Kyle Slavin Fiasco

    In his open letter to Ron Artest, blogger Kyle Slavin accomplished a lot. His page received innumerable hits, was featured on a ESPN column and Artest even directly responded to it...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about almost 5 years ago 1,339 reads 23 comments

  15. Gloat Time: Top Five Reasons To Love Being a L.A. Lakers Fan Right Now

    There will always be the Dallas Cowboys, the New York Yankees, and the New England Patriots, but if we’re being honest no professional sports team in the world garners more dislike than the Los Angeles Lakers...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about almost 5 years ago 151 reads 14 comments

  16. Revenge of the Fallen: The Best NBA Finals Losers of the Past Decade

    Nothing hurts more than making it all the way to sports' grandest stage only to walk away empty handed. At times, sports history can have a tendency to overlooking teams that fail to bring it all home, often denying them historical status...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about almost 5 years ago 60 reads 42 comments

  17. Dissecting Four Myths About the Upcoming 2010 NBA Season

    The Mythbusters team graciously welcomed me aboard as I take the helm of the new NBA portion of our program. Seriously, due to the surprisingly eventful offseason, we've been hearing a lot of bold predictions, claims and myths...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about almost 5 years ago 1,576 reads 46 comments

  18. On The List Of All Time Greats Can There Be a Greatest?

    It's very common that we find ourselves comparing the greats of today to the greats of yesteryear. How does the impact of Barack Obama’s "Hope" compare with the impact of Martin Luther ...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about almost 5 years ago 564 reads 54 comments

  19. Even Before Artest, Reigning Champion Lakers Were Without Equal

    Breaking News: The Los Angeles Lakers were still the world’s best team before acquiring Ron Artest. Its pretty sad that the world seemed to have forgotten that fact given that the Lakers won the NBA title less than a month ago...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about 5 years ago 1,108 reads 44 comments

  20. Kobe Can't Win Without ____; The Next Knock On Kobe Bryant

    Prestigious universities such as Princeton and Yale are now offering free Ph.D.s to all the individuals who have either privately or publicly claimed that Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers could not win a title without Shaq...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about 5 years ago 931 reads 58 comments

  21. In Defense of LeBron James

    Depending on who you ask, LeBron James is God’s gift to the NBA, better than Michael Jordan himself, the second best player in the league, overrated, underrated, or even some complex combination of them all...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about 5 years ago 960 reads 93 comments

  22. L.A.Triumphant: Lakers Earn League-High 30th Finals Berth

    Just coming back from watching “Drag Me To Hell” I missed the majority of the first half and didn’t know what to expect when I first turned on my television set; I half-expected a sequel...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about 5 years ago 702 reads 8 comments

  23. Lakers/Nuggets Game 2 Shows Why Zebra Poaching Isn't Always A Bad Thing

    The team that really won yesterday’s game 2 matchup between L.A. and Denver doesn’t wear blue and white. Hell, they don’t even wear purple and gold. The real victors yesterday wore black and white...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about 5 years ago 290 reads 15 comments

  24. Five Things We've Learned About the Lakers in the Second Round

    In blasting the Houston Rockets out of orbit, the Lakers may have succeeded in securing a Western Conference Finals berth, but they’ve also created more questions than answers in the process...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about 5 years ago 279 reads 2 comments

  25. The Journey That Lies Ahead: Lakers' Road to Banner 15

    Every year in the playoffs the road to the Championship is different from the year before. Although the NBA’s desire is to have the rounds become increasingly more competitive ...

    Harrison Moore Written by Harrison Moore about 5 years ago 297 reads 9 comments