Mike B. (Roberts) has been a sports fanatic for the past 20 years. He follows college basketball, the NFL and Major League Baseball, but the NBA has always been his main interest.
A huge fan of Chicago, Mike loves the city's professional teams, especially the Cubs and Bulls.
hi u know who i am
I have another WI that you should do:
What if the Kings don't trade for Mike Bibby in the summer of 2001? Or, what if the Kidd and Bibby trades don't happen that year?
your latest article was bullsh**t you are every bad at basketball
Thanks for the response Mike. Good point about the assist numbers for Evans. The guy is clearly a shooting guard at the NBA level but with Thornton already in place, and locked down with an affordable contract it's probably best to trade Evans.
I'd like to see the Timberwolves get him, maybe for Beasley and Ridnour?
Hi Mike, Enjoyed your recent articles on the Kings. Just curious as to what you see the future being for Evans if Jimmer takes over at PG and Thornton is in place at SG. Do you think he might get traded?
Wow thanks dude. Much appreciated Mike.
Here's my take on MLB realignment and what should be done. It's radical, and I would love to hear your thoughts on it. Thanks.
Check out my latest article about the Cubs when you have a chance and let me know what you think. I've heard some alarming news recently and I sincerely hope what they were saying doesn't happen. Thanks.
I have another "what if" for you:
What if Bill Russell would have went to the Lakers?
According to this article, he almost did:
Mike I totally agree with your comment about blowing hte pacers up. I know it makes me sound lilke a pacers hater when i suggest that but its the only way they will lose enough games to get a good draft pick that they've needed. They can't expect granger, collison to just throw games to bring in a great player so trading them without taking on anything but bad players with quickly expiring contracts is the way to go.