- Geek & Sci-Fi
Just as it's easy to start handing out 2013 championships rings to the Lakers in September, it's also oddly not difficult to downplay their roster.
The signs have been promising, but you never want to get your hopes up after ligament tears in a knee.
The big names signed on the dotted line - or in Deron Williams' case, on the iPad - weeks ago, and the pool of talent is pretty much completely dry.
Leave it to my city to turn a friendly game of basketball into a political battlefield.
Beast of the Night: LeBron James put up 41 points, six rebounds, four assists, three steals, a block and a three-pointer last night in a start at shooting guard for the Heat.
Beast of the Night: Wesley Matthews produced a fine line to the tune of 33 points, one rebound, two steals and five three-pointers.
Took me long enough.
There's something purely Americana about the hometown kid making good in front of the hometown crowd.
Beast of the Night: LeBron James had himself a typically big line to the tune of 35 points, six rebounds, seven assists, three steals and two blocks. He shot 57 percent (13-23) from the field, 100 percent (9-9) from the free-throw line and had two turnovers.
One of the best byproducts of the NBA Lockout was the incredibly short preseason.
No Kobe Bryant meant mismatch at times last night in the Clippers' 108-103 win, their second straight in as many games against their crosstown rivals.
We've been waiting on an upset.
So it looks like Terrence Williams is using his extra free time to do what we're all doing, which is playing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
It's not just us, and it's not just you.
After leading Washington to back-to-back conference titles in the Pac-10 Tournament the last two seasons, Isaiah Thomas decided the time was right to test his talents on another level: the NBA.
I guess this is what happens when you choose to go to Louisville.