Posts Tagged ‘NBA’

Who owns a team’s legacy

Posted on Monday, June 29th, 2009 by rod steier

We heard The Lakers claim that they were only one NBA championship behind the Celtics, but can the legacy of George Mikan and the Minnesota Lakers be so easily transferred to the Los Angeles Lakers?
Before examining team legacies, let’s begin by looking at individual legacies:
Should Johnny Unitas passing records for the Baltimore Colts be counted [...]

Some Random Thoughts on Basketball and Lacrosse

Posted on Sunday, May 31st, 2009 by rod steier

Before some of these events recess too far into the background, I wanted to comment on a few things:
Lacrosse, the men’s final between Cornell and Syracuse was a terrific game. Going in, probably no one outside of Ithaca, NY, would have thought Cornell could have won this game, but they should have won. [...]

All-Star Party

Posted on Monday, February 16th, 2009 by scottcooley

It is confirmed. The NBA’s All-Star extravaganza has officially become the weekend’s biggest block party. After watching the Eastern and Western Conference team introductions last night I felt like I had just seen a rap video on MTV.

IMPRESSIVE OR INEPT, 2/12/09

Posted on Friday, February 13th, 2009 by steltenp1

By: Matt Spiegel

Many times a game’s outcome is difficult to dissect…for you.  You see, using deductive reasoning and a snappy theme song, we can effectively determine whether one team has been IMPRESSIVE in victory, or the other has been INEPT in defeat. Other sports issues fit the format as well, as we go 2nd level [...]

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