Smallthoughts:Old School Tuesday…Kevin Porter

Welcome back to this week’s Smallthoughts: Old School Tuesday as we go back in time and spotlight some of the best players from the past. This week we spotlight among others…Kevin Porter. Porter was drafted by the Baltimore Bullets in the 3rd round as the 39th pick of the 1972 NBA draft. In his secondContinue reading “Smallthoughts:Old School Tuesday…Kevin Porter”

Smallthoughts:Old School Tuesday…Greg Ballard

He was drafted by the Washington Bullets in the 1st round (4th pick) of the 1977 NBA draft and won an NBA Championship with the Bullets in 1978. He played for the Golden State Warriors for the 1986 and 1987 seasons. He finished his career with the Seattle SuperSonics in 1989 with career stats ofContinue reading “Smallthoughts:Old School Tuesday…Greg Ballard”

Are You Kidding Me?? Stephen Curry is Insane

Be honest, when Steph Curry came out of Davidson how many of you knew he was going to be this good? Again be honest, because there a few general managers in the NBA who bet their jobs on knowing just how good someone like Steph Curry would become…they didn’t even know. 6 teams  in theContinue reading “Are You Kidding Me?? Stephen Curry is Insane”

Smallthoughts: Old School Tuesday …Kwame Brown

The 6 ft 11 in (2.11 m), 290 lb (130 kg; 21 st) center was the first overall pick in the 2001 NBA draft by the Washington Wizards, and was the first number one draft pick to be selected straight out of high school. He has also played for the Los Angeles Lakers, Memphis Grizzlies, Detroit Pistons, Charlotte Bobcats, Golden StateContinue reading “Smallthoughts: Old School Tuesday …Kwame Brown”

Pacers win game 2 vs. the Wizards…There was a Roy Hibbert sighting

The much maligned Indian Pacers center Roy Hibbert showed up for game 2 after having 0 points and 0 rebs for game one. He finally made his presence felt and in game 2 responded with 28 points. “We didn’t call any more plays for Roy tonight,” Pacers coach Frank Vogel explained after the win. “HeContinue reading “Pacers win game 2 vs. the Wizards…There was a Roy Hibbert sighting”

Wizards beat the Pacers in game 1

It’s rare that Wizards make the playoffs but they are making the most of their opportunities and they sure made the most of their opportunity in game 1 in their game against the Indiana Pacers. While it looked like the Pacers might be getting it together after beating the Hawks, but the Wizards are notContinue reading “Wizards beat the Pacers in game 1”

John Wall highlights of 2013-14 season …

In light of the Washington Wizards making the playoffs for the first time in a few seasons, Here are some John Wall highlights that give reason to Washigton’s season at 44-38. Wall is a breathtaking talant that gives teams matchup problems from anywhere on the floor. Yet we know the playoffs are a different beastContinue reading “John Wall highlights of 2013-14 season …”

Nobody beats the Wiz, Washington Beats the Knicks

John Wall is difference maker. If you are not sure, check how Washington plays when he isn’t playing and the difference when he is playing. The Wizards have beaten 4 of the top division leaders this season going into the game against the New York Knicks. Now make that 5 of the six division leadersContinue reading “Nobody beats the Wiz, Washington Beats the Knicks”

Knicks continue to win … The Jets finally win and the Wizards still winless …

After losing their first game of the year against the Memphis Grizzles 105-95, the Knicks bounced back with a win against the Indiana Pacers.88-76. Yes it looks like a college score, but welcome to Knick basketball on the defensive end. It is the defense that has jumpstarted this Knick fast start. This can only getContinue reading “Knicks continue to win … The Jets finally win and the Wizards still winless …”