Posted on: November 3, 2012 12:17 pm
When Ray Allen & KG got trade to the Celtics, the C's in there first 10 games were 9-1, after their 25th game, the C's were 25-2. Now compare the current Lakers filled with Ron Artest, Kobe, Nash, Dwight Howard, Paul Gasol, Antwain Jamison( Six Allstars) and their first 3 games they are winless. Should the Lakers be concerned? I personally think they should be concerned. They cannot go out and compete in the playoffs with the type of ball movement they are controlling.
Posted on: February 24, 2012 10:54 am
Is Jeremy Lin the one to resurrect the NBA? I believe Jeremy Lin has made people find interest in the NBA for the first time since Magic and Bird era. Not since Tebowing which seems like light years away has one person lifted and carried a whole league.
Posted on: April 3, 2011 6:25 pm
Is better than big stars in one team. As the NBA deadline was near in February, GM across the NBA tried to find a way to make deals to solidify their team position to make a playoff run. I as a Celtics fan did not see the celtics making any moves. The celtics needed Kendrick Perkins to take the Lakers away in game 7 of the 2010 NBA finals. But rather, the celtics traded away Perkins to OKC. Before the trade deadline even before the season, Carmelo Anthony was projected to be heading to New York or New Jersey, with the clock ticking for the deadline. The Knicks push the panic button and send their role players to denver and in return got Carmelo and Billups. We will think the Knicks will be on a roll winning a bunch of games but rather been disappointment and not able to live up to the hype. The knicks falls in the same category as the miami heats with big star players with problematic team chemistry. Denver current squad are filled with guys who are hungry, and willing to proof they belong in the NBA and can compete with the best. Since the trade the Nuggets are 14-4 with a solid team chemistry, they will be a problem for anyone in the west to compete with