A wise man learns from others’ mistakes. An average man learns from his own mistakes. A fool never learns.
When superstars leave a contender everyone whines and vomits and spews venoms. But when coaches leave a contender, radio silence.
James Harden is defining his position in a unique way. Small ball is what he does best and with grand flourish.
Steve Nash was the ultimate leader as a NBA superstar. But history says, great players make horrible coaches. Inexperienced coaches though have become great coaches.
Fannie Lou Hamer, a victim of police brutality, was sick and tired of being sick and tired. Jamal Murray is also sick and tired of being sick and tired.
When all is said and done, Giannis Antetokounmpo will have two NBA MVPs. But will he have an NBA ring?
There were some really bad drafting decisions in the decade that is now over. Only a fool and the Sacramento Kings repeat their mistakes.
Mark Jackson’s team took a vote. It was simple: yes or no. Quit the first-round playoff series? Or, continue? For sure, Clippers owner Donald Sterling hit a nerve with his racist diatribe, though his casual racism wasn’t a surprise. But the timing was awful. Instead of questions regarding matchups, strategy, and defense, the series was…
Dame Lillard is 30. It won’t matter. He will be just as lethal as he was at 29 and 28 and 27. But is that enough to turn the Blazers into contenders?
The NBA is back. But players have declined to participate and the games will miss the energy of fans and entertainment. Will the NBA Finals winner be an asterisk champion?