Tag Archives: Dunks

Every Day I’m Muddlin’

I turned 33 last Friday. I refuse to get maudlin on our hoop-hungry horde of readers, but I will say that I’ve learned that I will never stop making mistakes. Let’s be clear: knowing that is one thing, but accepting … Continue reading

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Who’s the Fairest of Them All?

Syracuse sophomore forward C.J. Fair has started only five of Syracuse’s 33 games this season, but he is an important piece of the puzzle for coach Jim Boeheim and the Orange. The Orange, the number one seed in the East Region … Continue reading

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Gerald Green of the New Jersey Nets had 26 points against the Rockets last night, including these two:   That one speaks for itself.

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Loose Balls for January

Every so often, someone complains that there is too much emphasis on dunking and other highlight reel plays and too little emphasis on team play and the “little things” in basketball.  That argument has merit, up to a point; then, … Continue reading

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