I only got to watch this game in spurts, but I just wanted to make a few quick points. Kemba Walker may be getting a lot of glory for his 34 point performance and his last 11 points, but it Continue reading Once Again, Jeremy Lin Saves the Hornets and Hornets Win Second Straight Playoff Game in 14 Years
I only saw the first half of Hornet’s Game 3 vs. Heat. I wasn’t too surprised that the Hornets won, but was shocked they won by such a big margin when I checked the score late in the fourth and Continue reading Jeremy Lin Snaps yet another Long Losing Streak for Hornets Franchise: Leads Hornets to First Playoff Win in 14 Years
So, the Hornets played game 1 vs. Heat. No surprise, Clifford was ill-prepared and refused to make in-game adjustments. Heat are a totally different team without Bosh. Much faster and they move the ball better. This is not a knock Continue reading Who Cares about the Playoffs, Lets Talk about Atkinson joining the Nets as Head Coach. Linsanity 2.0?
Things played out not at all like I wanted them to last night in the NBA, yet I couldn’t be happier at the end results. Life is sometimes odd that way. You think you want something, but you end up getting something Continue reading One Crazy Night in the NBA! Curry (400+) Warriors (73) Kobe (60) and 4-Way Record Tie in Eastern Conference
Jeremy Lin has faced discrimination in basketball since childhood. In the NBA, it’s not just because of Lin’s race that causes him to be a target. It’s also because he’s undrafted from Harvard and is Asian American. Some unperceptive people wonder Continue reading People are Starting to Pay Attention to Ref Bias Against Jeremy Lin and so should the NBA
As many of you may have heard, Hinkie, the GM of Sixers resigned abruptly the other day. I think this is potentially great news for Jeremy Lin, since I’m hoping that Lin can be the starting PG for the Sixers Continue reading GM Hinkie’s Abrupt Resignation from Sixers is Potentially Great News for Jeremy Lin