Why do we watch.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
It has been 13 years since professional basketball first said hello to Paul Pierce, and luckily, the face of the game's most decorated franchise hasn't changed.
Even when the packaging and presentation gets on your nerves, Terrell Owens does at least know what he's talking about.
Tony Allen, Tom Thibodeau and Big Baby's personal pork chef could have filled in for ABC's announce crew and told you how yesterday's Lakers/Celtics game was going to turn out.
Things change quickly in the NBA.
"I am raising the stakes right now.
There's no doubt that the heavy media scrutiny surrounding Vinny Del Negro and his job status is starting to take its toll on everyone on the team, from the players to management to especially, Del Negro himself.
One of the few bright spots in the Indiana Pacers' slow start has been the encouraging play of second-year center Roy Hibbert.
When I heard this weekend that new Timberwolves coach Kurt Rambis was mostly likely going to add Bill Laimbeer and Reggie Theus to his staff, this got me thinking: If there was a 3-on-3 tournament amongst the NBA's current coaching staff, who would win.
If in fact T.J. Ford and Jarrett Jack comprise the least-watchable backcourt in the NBA (personally, I'd go with Mike James and DeShawn Stevenson, but that's beside the point), it's because they're pretty much the same player.