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- Your Annotated Smartphone Bathroom Reader for Sunday, August 11th, 2013.
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- 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 Player’s (Trade) Association: Leadership, Collusion, Race, and Jason Whitlock’s Outlook on the NBPA.
- Monday Media: NBA Players, Past and Present, Are Speaking Up
Category Archives: FreeDarko Week
Editor’s Note: The Diss proudly presents an interview (well, an email exchange) with Nathaniel Friedman, aka Bethlehem Shoals. Shoals was the founder of FreeDarko, the blog we have discussed in great detail this week. After FD ended, he founded The … Continue reading
You’re here for FreeDarko week, aren’t you? When it closed its doors in early 2011 it was like getting neglected, thrown out alone and cold, except that out was a desert, cold was actually fire and brimstone, and neglected meant … Continue reading
I learned this week (mostly today between 2-6 pm) that spring break camps for kids with autism do not run themselves. Especially not on three hours of sleep. So I apologize for not getting my article review up. At this … Continue reading
Before the 2006-07 season FreeDarko unveiled the Positional Revolution, and just six years later it has become NBA dogma. We talk about point forwards and combo guards, and don’t bat an eye when the league’s second best rebounder shoots the … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: It’s a FreeDarko week miracle! We received this unsolicited contribution from Allison Blahna and, frankly, anything that makes fun of Karl Malone piques my interest. This is Allison’s first post. She never read FreeDarko, but claims to read … Continue reading
I planned on including a citation for the book, but gave up after spending ten minutes puzzling over how to cite Dr. Lawyer IndianChief and Silverbird 5000. There are books about basketball written by players, coaches, journalists, historians, and even … Continue reading