Monthly Archives: May 2010

Observations from the BOS-ORL series: Game 2

Boston must be a happy team. For the first time in franchise history, they started out a series by nabbing two road wins and can close out the series with two straight home wins. This interesting game and series got … Continue reading

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Night of the Living Dead: Lakers-Suns

I’m done making predictions. The problem with picking who will win a playoff series is you just don’t know which teams will be playing. I don’t mean that in the well-yeah-I-would-have-picked-Michigan-State-if-I’d-known-they’d-be-playing-Tennessee sense. For example: we all knew the Celtics had … Continue reading

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The mystery of LBJ and assorted thoughts from CLE-BOS Game 5

This playoff game was truly unlike any playoff game I’ve ever seen–the Celtics, who underwhelmed this regular season, destroyed the regular-season champions and MVP LeBron James while playing in a notoriously difficult Cavaliers stadium. The Celtics rebounded harder, defended harder, … Continue reading

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Spurs-Suns Rivalry Mini-Facet: Comparing Amar’e Stoudemire and Antonio McDyess

The ongoing Spurs-Suns rivalry has been well-documented throughout the playoffs. Especially interesting, from the perspective of comparing star players, is comparing Tim Duncan and Amar’e Stoudemire. While Timmy ranks among the greatest players of all time, Amar’e is certainly among … Continue reading

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