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Category Archives: Wild Speculation and Outlandish Guesses
The Diss-cussants! They’re back! And they’ve watched the playoffs! This makes me happy. The Diss is a better place when they’re around. 1. LeBron’s MVP again, for the fourth time now. You feeling bad for Kevin Durant, CP3, or Melo? Alex … Continue reading
In anticipation of March Madness, this fiercely anti-college basketball blog decided to ask its contributors what they thought. Disappointingly, nobody took a shot at Christian Laettner. How many college basketball games have you watched this year? John Reyes Nguyen: I’ve … Continue reading
With the All-Star Game fast approaching, most places are putting up some sort of first half awards post, or selecting their own All-Star teams. Here at the Diss, we do half-season awards a little bit differently. What was the best … Continue reading
What is the best case scenario for Paul Pierce, post Rajon Rondo injury? The realistic scenario? Kevin Draper: Best case scenario is that he gets traded to a team looking for the “final piece”, and despite his sadness he delivers. … Continue reading
As we pass the halfway mark of the season, there are some players and teams that are dramatically outpacing preseason expectations. Are these surprising performances for real, or are some players and teams simply flying too close to the sun? … Continue reading
After the resounding success of last week’s Solve! That! Mess!, we decided to play another game, this one called What Have You Done for me Lately? Jeremy Lin, what have you done for me lately? Jacob Greenberg: You’ve convinced me … Continue reading
Now that we have begun the new year, excuses like “team x is still learning to play together” or “team y has had a difficult schedule” sound even flimsier than ever. There are some teams that were expected to contend … Continue reading