[I can't think of any cool Knickerblogger-style introduction. So I'll just tell you that you can reach me, Dave Crockett, as always at email@example.com.] Down 2-0, with game 3 tonight, what can Detroit do to get back in the series? Well, not much. In one respect what we are seeing is SA?s superior balance. Consequently, [...]
Archive for June, 2005
Why should I watch the rest of this series? So far it’s obvious that the Pistons are overmatched. Can this series be salvaged, or are we doomed to another 2 hours of boredom? Right now, it looks as if Detroit will get swept, but what does history tell us? So, I went back and looked [...]
Heading into the Finals, let’s take a look at the KnickerBlogger NBA bracket standings. Rank Name URL ECC WCC Total 1 Kevin Broom RealGM.com 0 5 70 2 Kelly Dwyer SportsIllustrated.Cnn.com 5 5 68 3 Kevin Supersonics.com 0 5 66 5 Mr.BB Basketblogger.com 0 5 65 5 Ron Hitley Hornets247.com 0 5 65 5 Matt [...]
It wasn’t a game I watched to write a blog about. It wasn’t a game I watched to gain some insight on some statistical theory I had. There was no updating box score running on my computer as I watched. I’m a notorious multitasker, and for the last quarter I put everything aside to solely [...]
[Today's article comes from the mind of David Crockett. "Dr. C" is the director of KnickerBlogger.Net's Culture & Marketing Department. In his spare time, David Crockett is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at the University of South Carolina, and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.] I don?t generally pay too much attention to regular season awards [...]
If you’re looking for more to read about the NBA, the blog carnival #10 is up. It’s a long one, so you’ll have plenty to read.