Brandon Jennings Continues His Inconsistent Ways

December 29, 2014

By Craig Fields Inconsistency, thy name is Brandon Jennings. Needless to say there has been God awful play this season from the veteran guard, but there have also been moments of brilliance. True there haven’t […]

When Superman Becomes Human

June 8, 2014

By Craig Fields Who knew that a basketball court hovering around 92 degrees could stop the unstoppable LeBron James. If the San Antonio Spurs had known this, I’m very sure that their air conditioning unit […]

Served Up on a Silver Platter

June 4, 2014

By Keysha Hogan On the way to the moral high ground there often can be a nasty battle of capture the flag. Every single involved party will challenge each other, just for the chance to […]

Thoughts on the NBA Conference Finals

May 21, 2014

By Craig Fields Well sports fans the NBA Conference Finals are here, and I have to admit, I didn’t necessarily see this one coming. However, after a wild ride through the first two rounds, we […]

The Philadelphia 76ers Do Not Make History

April 1, 2014

By Craig Fields For the first time in 59 days Philadelphia 76er fans have something to celebrate. Yes a victory. An actual victory. Whew! That was a close one eh fans? The 76ers were so […]

The Case for Joakim Noah MVP

March 18, 2014

By Craig Fields Well obviously I think that the MVP (Most Valuable Player) of the NBA will either be Paul George, Kevin Durant, or LeBron James. When it comes right down to it those three […]

Remembering the Great Allen Iverson

March 5, 2014

By Craig Fields The Philadelphia 76ers retired the jersey of one of their most influential and high profile players in the history of the NBA. Allen Iverson’s number 3 was lifted to the rafters where […]

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