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Tag Archives: Ricky Rubio
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
It is generally assumed that, in some order, the top 6 teams in the West will be Oklahoma City, Los Angles Lakers, San Antonio, Denver, Los Angeles Clippers, and Memphis. So, who will get the 7 and 8 spots in … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: This is the last piece in our series of Fortunate Moments for Unfortunate Franchises until the NBA expands to Europe. You can expect the London Fire FMUF around 2022. In 1987 the NBA added four expansion franchises, making … Continue reading
Hoopsters. Hipsters with NBA jerseys. You may have seen them before on Deadspin, or at a big outdoor summer music fest somewhere near you. I had some inkling when I attended Minnesota’s biggest hip-hop festival, Soundset 2012 on May 27th, … Continue reading
Editor’s Note: Most of these responses were written after the Bucks and the Warriors announced their trade, but a few were written before. Ricky Rubio? Stephen Curry? TJ Ford? What gives with all the Point Guard injuries? Luke Hasskamp: I … Continue reading
There is just something oh-so-perfect about the Timberwolves calling Minnesota home. The history of the Wolves has mostly been a comedy of errors, from drafting atrocious players to hiring terrible coaches and front office staff. Hopes have been traded along … Continue reading