Monthly Archives: June 2012

2012 NBA Free Agency- Where Everyone Else Should Go

The second of a two-part free agency preview piece I wrote for Not Your Father’s Water Cooler that looks at some of the smaller moves. After looking at where Steve Nash, Deron Williams, and Ray Allen should go, we shift our attention to … Continue reading

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2012 NBA Free Agency- The Big Names

The first of a two-part free agency preview piece I wrote for Not Your Father’s Water Cooler that looks at the biggest free agents of 2012 and where they should take their talents.  With the official start of free agency hours away, … Continue reading

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The Only NBA Draft Piece You Need To Read

A draft preview I co-wrote for Not Your Father’s Water Cooler that asks the simply poignant question: “Who will be the best pro in three year’s time?” By this point in time, you have probably read at least a few of Chad … Continue reading

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How Will LeBron Now Be Perceived?

I wrote a column for Not Your Father’s Water Cooler that looks at the role the media has in shaping perception and the role it will play for LeBron going forward. While LeBron James sat at the podium with not … Continue reading

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Taking to the Streets: Recounting the Championship Celebration

After the Heat won the 2012 championship, I wrote this about the madness in the streets for Not Your Father’s Water Cooler.  Throughout Miami Thursday night, Patron shots were poured, pots and pans collided, and moving vehicles may as well … Continue reading

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Miami-OKC Game 5: Setting the stage

A column I wrote for Not Your Father’s Water Cooler looking at the story lines from the Miami-OKC match-up.  It will take just one more cramp-inducing effort. One more performance worthy of making Michael Jordan and Magic Johnson smile for completely different reasons. … Continue reading

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Everything at stake going into Game 7

Setting the table for Boston-Miami Game 7. A column I wrote for Not Your Father’s Water Cooler. At the heart of every Game 7 conversation is a lingering question, one that weighs everything down like a thick, humid cloud. In … Continue reading

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