Jan

10

JR

I still remember one of my first varsity basketball games in high school. I was a freshman and I was sitting near the end of the bench. I was on the JV team all year, but by January I started to practice with the varsity and after my JV games I would join the varsity […]

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Nov

18

You’re only as tough as your tweets

In light of the fiasco that’s occurring within the Miami Dolphins organization, the NBA decided to take a stand before any such thing corrupts one of its own teams. The Minnesota Timberwolves took it a step further and banned all sorts of hazing. Historically, at least in the NBA, rookies have always paid their dues […]

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Nov

15

Some hoops to consider, part 1

In a league that includes 30 teams that EACH play 82 games, there is no shortage of information during the course of an NBA season. From the opening tipoff in late October until the final games in June, hoops heads everywhere will watch, listen, text, tweet, email, compare, complain, dissect, analyze, over-analzye, and do anything […]

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Oct

31

Feels good to be Home.

The beginning of any new experience can be nerve-racking. Whether it’s the first day of school, the first day back to work after a long vacation, or the first game of a season, there are usually heightened feelings and emotions surrounding every moment. It’s not just another day; it’s the start of something entirely NEW, […]

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Feb
19

aaaand now I’m kinda scared of the Knicks

I recently expressed how I feel about the Knicks.  However, that was until they signed JR Smith. I’ve always known how deadly JR was since high school.  For his first 3 years, JR played at Lakewood High School in NJ, where we (Monsignor Donovan) played them twice a year.  Always good games, and everyone in […]

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Feb
16

Lin is good. And the Knicks are not.

Jeremy Lin is a good basketbal player.  For anyone who’s ever played the game, this is clear to see when you watch him.  He will most likely enjoy a nice career in the NBA, since proving he belongs and can contribute, even on the biggest basketball stage known as Madison Square Garden.  Because he’s good. […]

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