Suns Rising in Phoenix

January 6, 2014

By Craig Fields If anyone would have told me that the Phoenix Suns would be 20-12 and an actual competitive team in the Western Conference, I would have thought that they were crazy and vastly […]

No Brook Lopez, Yes Problem

January 4, 2014

By Craig Fields Brook Lopez went down with a broken foot injury on December 20, and is expected to be out the rest of the season. He will get the surgery necessary to repair the […]

A Rose by Any Other Name is Still A Rose

December 29, 2013

By Craig Fields The NBA for Derrick Rose has been filled with ups and down. Drastic ones to say the least. He has experienced postseason success and MVP honors. Those valleys however include a season […]

A Weak Eastern Conference

December 20, 2013

  By Craig Fields Maybe a membership at 24-Hour Fitness or Gold’s Gym will help out an NBA Eastern Conference that is so weak that it is simply embarrassing. Get in the weight room and throw […]

The Best in the East?

November 13, 2013

By Craig Fields The Indiana Pacers got 24 points and six boards from Paul George, David West contributed 18 points and eight boards to the effort, and the Pacers fended off the Brooklyn Nets by […]

The Brooklyn Nets: So Far So Bad

November 6, 2013

By Craig Fields So here we are. Another NBA season under way, and of course disappointment that teams have not started off undefeated. One team that undoubtedly has some pretty disappointed fans are the Brooklyn […]

Golden State Warriors: True Title Contenders?

August 29, 2013

By Craig Fields With a move that did not make plenty of headlines, the Warriors signing of Andre Iguodala may just be the biggest news of this NBA’s offseason. “Iggy’s” multifaceted offensive and defensive skills […]

The Return of Kobe Bryant

August 14, 2013

By Craig Fields So I am pretty sure that if you are an avid or even recreational watcher of the NBA, then chances are you have heard about Kobe Bryant tearing his Achilles tendon last […]

Brooklyn Nets Making Major Moves

July 17, 2013

By Craig Fields Somebody call a doctor because the Brooklyn Nets front office is sick! The Nets front office including, GM Billy King and owner Mikhail Prokhorov, have definitely made moves this offseason that should […]

A Legacy Saved…

June 27, 2013

By Craig Fields It can be argued that LeBron’s legacy and title as “King” was saved when Ray Allen made the miraculous 3-point shot in Game 6. Well, James took his legacy into his own […]

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