Considering all of Chris Paul’s options, even the non-New York ones.
Archive for November, 2011
16 months and 1 day ago, in the aftermath of The Decision (and in my very first piece for this website), I considered the possibility of the Knicks forming their own Big 3. At that time the Knicks had only signed Mr. Stoudemire. However, then as now there seemed an air of inevitability that Carmelo Anthony and [...]
My contribution for the NYTimes “Off the Dribble” Blog, on the new CBA & the Knicks options for this abbreviated off-season.
For all you normal folks/non-shameless insomniacs (like yours truly, for whom sleep is more of a concept than a practical reality), I, in a state of near-apopletic glee, am proud to report that the NBA lockout ended at around 3:30am, Eastern Standard Time. Woo! There’ll be time for coherent, thoughtful analysis in the days to [...]
Right now the landscape looks bleak for NBA owners, players, and fans. Without a strong positive effort at the negotiating table it’s very possible that the 2012 NBA season could be canceled. And so far it’s hard to find any positive news on a potential deal. In this dreary time, a little creative thinking and [...]
I really like zombie movies. Not so much the new ones – the “28 Days Later School,” if you will – where it isn’t actually the undead, but a semi-logically explained ‘rage’ virus that has turned regular, not-dead people into berserker-type monsters. I prefer the real magilla, mainly because the virus zombies tend to run [...]
Editor’s Note: This didn’t happen… But it could’ve. Down a point and team depleted to within an amnesty clause of bench’s end, Mike D’Antoni swallowed his pride, and with one begrudging summon, made a move that would prove prophetic. Prophetic and basically necessary. “Look, I put [Renaldo] Balkman in for his defense and his [...]