Today’s blog, for the second day in a row, includes Raymond Felton commenting on the Nets.
The Dwight Howard signing is behind us. The fallout is happening now — in Houston, in Los Angeles, and around the rest of the NBA. First and foremost, Omer Asik has asked for a trade out of Houston, but the Rockets are refusing his request. They believe Asik could be a valuable asset to play alongside Howard.
Tuesday marks the 84th birthday of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. King is best known and widely respected for his efforts in the African-American Civil Rights Movement. He is most notably recognized for his famous “I Have a Dream” speech that he gave on August 23, 1963 during a Washington D.C. Civil Rights March. American society may still have a long way to go before we will have accomplished the goal set forth in that speech … However, without
Hi, I’m Bruce. It’s a great pleasure to be joining the team here. Kent talked about the “The Zeros” in Tuesday’s Spin. I want to expand on some of the things he said about rookies because it’s the risk that rookies (and other risky players) give you that is critical to winning. This doesn’t just apply to fantasy (the benefits of risk apply in basketball, and in the real world too) but it certainly does apply to fantasy.“Can’t Miss” Then Kent went
If you’re reading this, you are probably still alive in one or more leagues. I’m in two Head-to-Head finals — so far, so good in both — and still trying to improve on third place in our Elimination Roto league with just seven days remaining in the season. LAL @ GSW: Although Kobe Bryant (shin) didn’t play, he looks close to a return on either Friday or Sunday. Andrew Bynum (31 PTS, 9 REB) and Pau Gasol (22 PTS, 11 REB,