Is Derrick Rose too nice for his own good? Does his lack of superstar attitude result in less attention from the average NBA referee?
For the Chicago Bulls to win the Championship, they will have to do what only 5 other teams have been able to accomplish and win without a second star.
A few weeks ago, Michael Pina of Both Teams Played Hard wrote a nice articleÂ asking the basic question: Â â€śif you could draft one player to start your team today, who would it be?â€ť.Â This is an interesting spin on the more asked (and usually beaten down) […]
Man, those NBA Playoffs were pretty great, weren’t they? So who’s up for some free agency and trade talk? Oh, that’s right…no one. Instead, we’ve had the game taken away from us for what looks to be quite awhile as the two sides figure out how to divide the pie. Sure, we could spend all […]
The NBA has always been an experienced player’s league. Over the years, young NBA superstars have had to endure a trial by fire, losing repeatedly in the regular and playoff season before eventually scaling the mountain that is an NBA championship. Whether it was the Pistons against the Celtics, Bulls vs. the Pistons, Lakers and […]
If the Chicago Bulls are to keep pace with the Miami heat, they will need to make some very strategic moves during the offseason.
Chasing 23 Writers cast their votes for 2011 NBA MVP
All signs point to Derrick Rose winning MVP in 2011 in his 3rd year in the NBA. How does his season compare with Chris Paul’s magical 2007-08 season? And who was actually better?
Chasing 23 Writers cast their votes for 2011 Most Improved Player of the Year and discuss how our expectations of how a player should perform affect our interpretation of this award.
So the final 2011 NBA clutch stats are out from 82Games.com, and as these things often go, they are a mixed bag. The usual suspects remained at or near the top: Kobe, Lebron, Durant, and Melo (who may have suffered from the pressure of the NY spotlight – as Denver Melo seemed to be much […]