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Mathematics Behind The Triangle Offense

It was pointed out to me recently that a few of the articles I have written describing the detailed geometric structure behind the triangle offense is scattered in various places around my blog, so here is a list of the articles in one convenient place: … 95 more words


Moving The Needle

Outside of the disastrous Boogie Cousins to New Orleans deal, the trading deadline was a dud. More often than not, there isn’t much action, but expectations got ramped up– thanks to reckless rumors and speculation. 606 more words

Bobby Mickey

Playoff Race

25 games remain for the Utah Jazz. 25 chances left to prove where they rank among the Western Conference elite.

The Jazz entered the All-Star break with 35 wins and 22 losses. 354 more words

Pro Sports

Celtics Closing in on the top of the East

Boston’s Green team is closing in on the number one spot in the east. Cleveland had the night off and with the 111-98 win over Dallas, the Celtic’s have now trail 2 games behind Cleveland for the number 1 seed. 176 more words


Wiz-Warriors: Let's All Boo Cupcake Kevin Durant

This past weekend, Kevin Durant, the one-time NBA darling turned bitter front-running villain, returned to his old home court to a much-deserved, nasty homecoming.  His welcome-back presents were a chorus of boos and profanities from his old fans, and a bevy of hard fouls and harsh words from his old teammates.  1,847 more words

Craig Heist Of 106.7 The Fan Reviews Last Night's Game Between The Wizards And Cavaliers

Craig Heist is a broadcaster on 106.7 The Fan in DC who covers the Wizards.

Craig joined Ed and Rob to talk about the Wizards great play lately despite falling in overtime last night to the defending champion Cavaliers. 148 more words


Batman & Robin

Cavalier’s Forward LeBron James has played with many players in his career. The best player he played with in his first seven years in the NBA was Mo Williams. 540 more words