Monthly Archives: January 2012

Miami Heat: Top Plays of January 2012

Continuing a feature I started while covering the Miami Heat for the Examiner, every month I look at the Miami Heat’s top plays, which gives me a chance to share a few thoughts about Wade, James and Co.  Back when … Continue reading

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Sources Should Say: Amar’e Stoudemire trades that make sense

A trade piece I co-wrote for Not Your Father’s Water Cooler about New York forward Amar’e Stoudemire. One quarter through the NBA season, we know two things about the 7-11 New York Knicks: they look even more disjointed than last season and … Continue reading

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Sources Should Say: Kevin Garnett trades that make sense

This is the third of our three-part Boston-centered “Sources Should Say” feature.  It’s hard to believe that Garnett’s massive extension, the one that relentlessly haunted Celtics fans  during the knee ligament fiasco in 2009 and 2010, is actually coming off … Continue reading

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Sources Should Say: Ray Allen trades that make sense

This is the second of a three-part Boston-centered “Sources Should Say” feature I co-wrote for Not Your Fathers Water Cooler. Ignore the public relations damage control- Danny Ainge meant what he said. Despite his (and Doc Rivers’) attempt to quiet … Continue reading

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Sources Should Say: Paul Pierce trades that make sense

This is the first of a three-part Boston-centered “Sources Should Say” feature I co-wrote for Not Your Fathers Water Cooler. It was just a matter of time before the lock for the “No Shit, Sherlock” story of the week came … Continue reading

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NBA: Strange Stats and Trends

A piece I wrote for Not Your Father’s Water Cooler on odd statistical trends. One of my favorite NBA traditions could be described as more than a little dorky. If you’ve ever spent some time clicking around the “stats” portion … Continue reading

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Sources Should Say: Michael Beasley trades that make sense

A trade piece I co-wrote for Not Your Father’s Water Cooler about Minnesota forward, Michael Beasley. Poor Michael Beasley. Sure, the man has his faults and herbal demons, but he’s also had his share of bad luck. And no, being pulled … Continue reading

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