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Tag Archives: Minnesota Timberwolves
Editor’s Note: Mr. French’s piece has launched a thousand ships, including this response from regular Diss-cussant Andrew Snyder. Mr. Snyder lives and works as a strategist for a political advertising firm in Minneapolis. ***** Well, I guess it’s “Race in … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: Today’s Wild Speculation and Outlandish Guesses continues our discussion about the Minnesota Timberwolves, race, and the NBA. Check-in tomorrow for a few more long form reactions. In an article that ran yesterday, Andy French asserted that “it is … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: Over the next three days, we will be discussing race and professional basketball, with a special emphasis on the problematic nature of the predominantly white Minnesota Timberwolves. This guest piece by Andrew “Frenchie” French bravely leads of our coverage. … Continue reading
My self-summary Hey. I’m SlickRick_da_Love_Machine. And in the words of Band of Horses, nobody’s gonna love you more than I do. I graduated from Macalester in St Paul, MN, 2008 with a degree in Political Science. I sorta tried to … Continue reading
Diss Guy: Brandon Roy His story is well known at this point: the former franchise player for the Portland Trailblazers, who has dealt with debilitating knee issues for the better part of three seasons, has returned to the court for … Continue reading
Over the past few days, notably last Friday and Monday, all NBA teams held their media days. Normally these are pretty boring affairs, a chance to see the new players in uniform, write the same story about how player x … Continue reading
No one at The Diss is really in love with J.R. Smith (yet), but this edition of the Reader belongs to him. J.R. Smith Thinks He’s a Bargain, is Kind of Right, but Also Might Not Know What a Bargain … Continue reading