Welcome to the first 10TT, I have 2 resolutions this year, one is to launch a podcast, and the other one is this. I need to get off my ass writing, and so here we go. Enjoy, and suggest. Comment if you will. I I watched the sports reporters on Sunday, I used to NEVER [...]
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David previews a half-dozen stories being overblown — and four that WILL matter —
If I was the NFL, and had the kind of money they have, I’d immediately hire everyone in the NBA’s marketing department. From NBA is Fantastic to Where Amazing Happens, they seem to always hit the right note with their commercials. Their newest ones, which debuted on Christmas with Amar’e Stoudamire might be my favorite, [...]
Join SportsNickel’s NBA Pick One League HERE! Let’s start by explaining why the last two days went without a post. John is on a ski trip in Tennessee. I went to my girlfriend’s family Christmas in Delaware and subsequently was snowed in without the ability to post. We both do apologize. Also, for those of you viewing [...]
Join SportsNickel’s NBA Pick One League HERE! I sincerely hope all of you had a very Merry Christmas and enjoyed the time home with the family, as well as the great slate of basketball games played all day yesterday. John is on his way out of town today so he won’t be available and may [...]
Join Sportsnickel’s NBA Pick One League HERE! Last Night’s Picks: Tim – Rajon Rondo – 38 John – Paul Pierce – 20 Tim: I am very proud of Rajon Rondo and, of course, myself after last night. Rondo put together a beautiful performance even while annoyed by an injury. His double-double gave me back-to-back nights [...]
One, two, three, and to the four, Snoop Doggy Dog, Kevin Durant, Andre Igoudala, and James Harden are at the door? Late last night, the West Coast rap icon Snoop Dogg tweeted, “New b-ball season bout to get started got me thinknn bout makin some moves!” Around twelve hours later, noon east coast time, Snoop [...]
Lakers’ coach Phil Jackson’s derisive comments are bush league tactics that should be remembered as part of his legacy.