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Wild Speculation and Outlandish Guesses: Playoff Consumption Edition

These playoffs are passing by at a very rapid pace. Each series has a game every other night, and no team will get consecutive days off (besides after winning a series) until the NBA Finals. Next year, with a normal … Continue reading

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Gripe Juice.

This week, I’ve been a bit grumpy while watching playoffs.  It had nothing to do with the on-court product (though the Pacers-Heat series did end rather anti-climatically and I’m not really excited about a “LeBron versus the Celtics” storyline for … Continue reading

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Wild Speculation and Outlandish Guesses: Playoff History Edition

Before the 2003 playoffs the NBA switched first round series’ from five games to seven. Which do you prefer? Jordan Durlester: The more games you have to win; the more definitive a team can be when they call themselves the … Continue reading

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The Week That Was: Playoffs!

I often rip on the mainstream sports media. It seems like there are two or three guys doing the thinking, and everybody else can only repeat the same narrative. For instance, before the first round of the playoffs, ESPN had … Continue reading

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