Smallthoughts:Old School Tuesday…Glen Rice

Glen Rice had a solid at times moments NBA career. He could score and score often and sometimes he ended up on teams that didn’t make best use of his skills (Knicks and Lakers) but that didn’t change the fact that Rice was a three-time NBA All-Star, and made 1,559 three-point field goals during hisContinue reading “Smallthoughts:Old School Tuesday…Glen Rice”

Smallthoughts: Rant of the Week …Super Teams

Let’s set the record straight on this nonsense of Super teams…the NBA has always yes ALWAYS had them. It’s just a shame that fans today believe this is new. Nope. In the past OWNERSHIP put together pairings like Kareem , Magic and James Worthy, the Celtics of the 60’s, What the 76ers did with JuliusContinue reading “Smallthoughts: Rant of the Week …Super Teams”

Smallthoughts: This is the ERA of the Super Teams

If this week has taught us anything in NBA free agency is that the ERA of the Super team is alive and well and shows no slowing down as every free agent to be Superstar finds himself looking for a stacked deck on which to play on. The Furor of Kevin Durant leaving Oklahoma CityContinue reading “Smallthoughts: This is the ERA of the Super Teams”

Dwyane Wade Takes his Talents Home to the Chicago Bulls

                  This is definitely the week for bombshells in the NBA first Kevin Durant leaves Oklahoma City to join the Golden State Warriors and now after 12 seasons in Miami Dwyane Wade is no longer with the Miami Heat …he is going back home to Chicago toContinue reading “Dwyane Wade Takes his Talents Home to the Chicago Bulls”

Smallthoughts: Old School Tuesday …Rony Seikaly

Rony Seikaly wasn’t the most spectacular but was solid and held his own in the pros. Considered one of the top college players from Syracuse Orange men’s basketball program, Seikaly’s stellar offense and defense placed him among the school’s all-time leaders in rebounds, points and blocks while earning several nationally recognized awards and honors. HisContinue reading “Smallthoughts: Old School Tuesday …Rony Seikaly”

Smallthoughts: Old School Tuesday …Shaquille O’Neal

  The Orlando Magic drafted O’Neal with the 1st overall pick in the 1992 NBA Draft. During that summer, prior to moving to Orlando, he spent a significant amount of time in Los Angeles under the tutelage of Hall of Famer Magic Johnson. O’Neal was named the Player of the Week in his first week inContinue reading “Smallthoughts: Old School Tuesday …Shaquille O’Neal”

Is LeBron really thinking about leaving Cleveland again?

After all he went through the last time he left  Cleveland for Miami, you would think that either LeBron or those close to him would be alittle more guarded about saying things about …leaving Cleveland yet again…that is if this Is to be believed as true… According to Yahoo Sports…Ball don’t lie by Kelly DwyerContinue reading “Is LeBron really thinking about leaving Cleveland again?”

Smallthoughts:Old School Tuesday …Alonzo Mourning

  As a Knick fan I hated Alonzo Mourning, yet I knew Patrick Ewing had him in check. But make no mistake we as knick fans hate the really good ones that always pose a threat to our team an Zo was no exception… I didn’t like him as a player but …had to respectContinue reading “Smallthoughts:Old School Tuesday …Alonzo Mourning”

Riley thought Lebron was staying in Miami…

Lebron played his decision on returning to Cleveland very close to the breast, so close even Pat Riley had no idea that LeBron was leaving especially when he talked to Lebron about how he was going to sell Miami to potential free agents. ”I went into it with the thought and the notion that heContinue reading “Riley thought Lebron was staying in Miami…”

Mario Chalmers: “I never thought anybody would want to leave Miami for Cleveland”

Miami did not expect LeBron James to leave. Four years, four trips to the Finals, a winning culture, both the front office and other players thought LeBron would be back. Mario Chalmers said what many thought….“I never thought anybody would want to leave Miami for Cleveland but you grow up and you move on. That’sContinue reading “Mario Chalmers: “I never thought anybody would want to leave Miami for Cleveland””