Monthly Archives: August 2012

2016 Olympics: The U.S.A.’s Best 3-on-3 Squads

I wrote a column for Not Your Father’s Water Cooler following the announcement that 3-on-3 basketball could become an Olympic sport.  As you surely know by now, half-court 3-on-3 basketball,  full-court’s lazy cousin,  could possibly be a medal sport in the 2016 Olympic … Continue reading

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Swaganomics: Ranking the 2013 NBA Contenders

A column I wrote for Not Your Father’s Water Cooler ranking the sixth contenders in terms of, well, swagger.  At the beginning of last seasons’s lockout-condensed season, you might remember a column I wrote that looked at several strange early season stats. Since we … Continue reading

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The NBA’s Most Hateable Players

Following Dwight Howard’s inevitable move to Los Angeles, I c0-wrote a column for Not Your Father’s Water Cooler ranking the league’s least-likable players.  Joe Johnson: Is it wrong to hate a player for a contract? It’s not his fault somebody was willing to … Continue reading

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The NBA’s Most Lovable Players

Following Dwight Howard’s inevitable move to Los Angeles, I c0-wrote a column for Not Your Father’s Water Cooler ranking the league’s least-likable players.  The NBA has quickly become a love ‘em or hate ‘em league. After watching Dwight Howard somehow fall from … Continue reading

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The Andre Iguodala Conundrum

I wrote a column for Not Your Father’s Water Cooler following the announcement that 3-on-3 basketball could become an Olympic sport.  As you surely know by now, half-court 3-on-3 basketball,  full-court’s lazy cousin,  could possibly be a medal sport in the 2016 Olympic … Continue reading

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