December 11, 2007
If you thought I quit blogging…you’re wrong! I took a serious break though. No excuses either. I work, I party, I chill. But I used to do that even when I was blogging, so again, no excuses. It’s been quite a while since my last entry. When I pull up my past entries, it doesn’t say “yesterday’s posting”, but rather “a while ago..” . Once I saw that I said WHOA. Time to put an end to this. So, I realized I do have quite a bit on my mind about the league happenings. Here we go:
-I know I wrote quite a few articles about Grant Hill, but wow, this guy has been putting up semi-Grant Hill-of-old numbers. Quite impressive. That being said, I think he’s reached his season peak, and of course, I fear of his inevitable season ending injury. I have already traded him in one of my fantasy leagues.
-Baron Davis is one of the best players in the league, not just one of the best POINT GUARDS. He’s finally getting some credit where it is due, but still, not enough! This guy is on the brink of a triple double every night. He’s leading one of the league’s best offenses, yet still probably not considered one of the league’s best. I know in a fantasy league of 15 people, he would be in the first round.
-Dwight Howard is a monster. The funny part is he’s only 21 (or not even?). WOW…
-Boston. No one expected these guys to do this well, this early in the season. The crazy part too is that all 3 of the BIG 3 are averaging over 20 points per game. That being said, I STILL wouldn’t have KG as the league MVP at this rate. Team MVP forsure, but right now I think you have to start thinking D.Howard.
-The Cavs truly are a one man team, and with LeBron out, they’re proving it. As I’ve set before, last year was a fluke for these guys.
-I expect Kobe to stay put for a while in L.A. On another hand, I do expect Jason Kidd to be out of N.J. by the trade deadline. With Andrew Bynum playing so well, it’ll be interesting to see if the Lakers can cook something up around him. Doubt it, but who knows.
-Why is Rip Hamilton leading the league in technical fouls and not Sheed Wallace? Weird!
That’s all folks. I will try and keep at it as much as possible.
November 9, 2007
1) Ben Wallace still sucks. If you caught last night’s Pistons/Bulls game, you’d notice how he still seems to think it’s a better idea for him to a take a shot, rather than someone of the Luol Deng or Ben Gordon type. As well, you would have noticed that in crunch time, Big Ben was nowhere to be seen on the floor. Was he worth it, Chicago?
2) Baron Davis is one of the most underrated players in the league. Hopefully this guy can stay healthy the whole season.
3) I feel like Nene has yet to go a season without an injury. Is this true?
4) Miami is in dire need of a D-Wade comeback. Shaq just isn’t Shaq anymore. He’s just a plain oversized human being who’s pretty good at basketball. He’s not a force anymore and the man is out of shape. Wait until you see the difference D-Wade makes on a team.
5) You gotta love watching Richard Jefferson snagging all the points and rebounds in New Jersey over Vincanity. Don’t get me wrong, I’m a Vince fan at heart, but with RJ taking all the spotlight right now, you know it’ll force Vince to work hard to get back into his own spotlight. I expect Vince to go on a big tear, along with the Nets.
6) Who’s going to stop the Celtics?
October 17, 2007
Recently I took part in one of my favourite events of the whole year. Fantasy Basketball Draft! This will be my third year in a league with some friends. This year we have 14 people, and it seems like a tradition now that I have a terrible position in the draft, the 12th pick overall. With my hopes of finally getting a Kobe, KG or LeBron, that obviously quickly went down the drain. Even worse off, I felt I just had to take Tim Duncan with my first pick. I hate Tim Duncan (watching him play=boring. It’s like watching an elementary coach teach his team the fundamentals of how to hit a jump shot off the backboard). Beyond that though, I was really happy with my 2nd to 6th picks. Below is my team in order of which round I drafted them in. I think Mikki Moore will have a 10 and 10 year, and Grant Hill promises to be extremely solid if he can stay healthy. What about Yiiiiiiiiiii? Someone please tell me this guy’s going to be a star this year! As for J. Maxiell, I know I could have probably grabbed him off of waivers early, but hey, I love this guy and hopefully he gets a lot of minutes off the bench with McDyess starting at an older age. Either way, I think I’m in great shape for another exciting season of Fantasy Basketball
1. Tim Duncan
2. Andre Iguodala
3. Baron Davis
4. Tyson Chandler
5. Mike Miller
6. Mo Williams
7. Mike Dunleavy
8. Mikki Moore
9. Grant Hill
10. Yi Jianlian
11. Brevin Knight
12. Jason Maxiell
August 9, 2007
If it’s true, it’s fantastic! If Baron Davis and milf Teri Hatcher are planning on a get-together, there would appear to be a simple partnership between ABC and the NBA. Of course you have your Tony and Eva, and possibly your Baron and Teri (although I’m sure they’re just a fling/one-nighter), but who is next? Who’s an eligible bachelor in the league? Mutombo? Just kidding..seriously. Well, if we can recall around two days ago, we will remember that Mr. Kobe Bryant will possibly be available on the market soon. Okay, so who does he match up with in the ABC pool? Well, it could be anyone. But if you look a little further, you’ll notice that Kobe could be a perfect candidate for the ABC hit show The Bachelor! How perfect does this work out? I wonder if ABC and the NBA have a long term deal in the works. This would be one way to get some jockier fans to watch some corny ABC shows. I’m guilty of it, and I know you are too!