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- Your Annotated Smartphone Bathroom Reader for Sunday, August 11th, 2013.
- An Elegy for my Pickup Basketball Pro-Sona
- Catharsis with Kenny Anderson
- Monday Media: The Short-Sighted Free Arena Problem, and how David Stern Seems Powerless to Stop It
- Your Annotated Smartphone Bathroom Reader for Sunday, August 4th, 2013.
- The National Basketball Playerâ€™s (Trade) Association: Leadership, Collusion, Race, and Jason Whitlockâ€™s Outlook on the NBPA.
- Monday Media: NBA Players, Past and Present, Are Speaking Up
Author Archives: Jacob Greenberg and Kevin Draper
Diss Guy: Lawrence Frank The Brooklyn Nets apparently decided that June headlines were more important than financial flexibility, and as such, theyâ€™ve been in the news a lot lately because of some very splashy transactions. Â Last week, they hired Jason … Continue reading
The Diss was born in Jacobâ€™s head, but it is only fitting that the first time I heard about it was through GChat. The above conversation took place on March 31, 2011. It took us a couple of months to … Continue reading
Diss Guys: Basketball Writers Iâ€™ve always been unsure how to feel about Jason Kidd. On the one hand, he is a fellow East Bay native and one in a tradition of great Bay point guards including Gary Payton, Brian Shaw … Continue reading
Itâ€™s NBA finals time in Cleveland, Ohio. The Titles He Won, the Things They Lost Howard Beck New York Times Tim Duncan has been variously described as “boring”, “aloof”, “unassuming” and “quiet”. Â But if you take him for granted, homieâ€™s … Continue reading
I think Iâ€™ll play some Ultimate next weekend. An Unfamiliar Ring Dave McKenna Grantland This delightful long(ish)-form centers on NBA all-time great Elgin Baylor, whose legacy has been partially defined by the fact that he doesnâ€™t have a championship ring. … Continue reading
Diss Guy: LeBron James I donâ€™t have strong memories of having watched Michael Jordan play basketball. He retired (for the second time) when I was 10, and I can only remember watching him play in the occasional Sunday game. Hell, … Continue reading
The regular season is over, but out interest in watchability is not. The playoffs change a lot of things, including making some teams that werenâ€™t very watchable, watchable, and others are one small injury or coaching decision away from being … Continue reading