Category Archives: NBA

Is Mark Jackson a Good Hire for the Warriors?

BY: EastCoastBias The Warriors sure are making things interesting this offseason. First, new owners Joe Lacob and Peter Guber hired Jerry West and Bob Myers to man the front office. And yesterday, the Warriors hired current ESPN analyst Mark Jackson … Continue reading

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Are the Mavericks Done?

Now, the Dallas Mavericks will have to win at least one more game in Miami to win their first NBA Championship.  After dropping a nail-biter to the Heat last night, the Mavericks find themselves in a 2-1 hole heading into … Continue reading

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2011 NBA Finals Predictions

“Not two, not three, not four, not five, not six, not seven … Ay and when I say that, and when I say that, I really believe it.  I’m not just up here blowing smoke at none of these fans, … Continue reading

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Why Mike Brown was a Good Hire for the Los Angeles Lakers

So I’ve heard loads of criticism from Cavs fans that the recent hire of Mike Brown was absolutely terrible for the Lakers. Personally, my favorite comment was that the Lakers “went from the triangle offense to no offense!” Apparently people … Continue reading

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2011 Eastern Conference Finals Wrap up: Miami Heat v. Chicago Bulls

Remember this number: 2:37.  It’s not the time on the shot clock.  Or the seconds left in the game.  It’s not the number of times I will light you up.  Nah, 2:37 isn’t any of that … wait, what?[1]  Actually … Continue reading

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2011 NBA Finals, Mavs v. Heat – How Did We Get Here?

Ladies and gentlemen, the 2011 NBA Finals are set: Miami Heat v. Dallas Mavericks.  If you’re thinking I’m getting ahead of myself, allow me to point you to a historical fact – only 8 teams have rallied from down 3-1, … Continue reading

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Are the Sharks the only Anti-Clutch team out there?

Frequent commentator SwagFlu recently asked if the San Jose Sharks are the most ‘anti-clutch’ team in the 2000’s (see here).  The comment got me thinking: who are the most anti-clutch teams? More importantly, what defines an anti-clutch team? ‘Clutch’ as … Continue reading

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