Do you know how popular basketball is in the Philippines? We’ve had blogposts about three Dream League tournament MVPs ending up on the same roster in the PBA, but aside from references like that, do you really know how popular basketball is in “the PI”? Someone very qualified is here to give you the proper [...]
Archive for April, 2010
Although LeBron James bricked that left-handed free-throw, believe it or not, he’s actually ambidextrous. Matter of fact, he writes with his left hand, which is very curious in and of itself. At least that’s what Tom Withers of the Associated Press has reported. Here’s an excerpt:
“James can drive, dribble and create with either hand. It’s [...]
If you’re like at least 80% of us, on your rec basketball team you’re probably not the best player, not the go-to guy. Let’s say you just had a playoff game and your team stunk it up. You personally played kinda so-so, maybe even a little subpar, but definitely inconsistently. At the same time, the [...]
Note to all NBA draftees: when you come into the Association, please bring your personality. If you can’t offer something unique in the spotlight, or if you don’t put your heart and soul towards being in the spotlight, chances are, there is someone more qualified than you who does, and who wants it more. And [...]
Years ago, as the Amar’e Stoudemire of his team in Asian-American basketball tournaments, standing 6′4″ he was the only player over six feet — or maybe even 5′10″ — on the fabled Alpine Striders club from Los Angeles. He helped anchor Coach Tony Wong’s team every year at the Las Vegas Invitational (“LVI”) tournament.
Then he [...]
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- Draft prospect Tiny Gallon is from Vallejo
- Clifford Ray, Rick Barry pick-and-roll praised by Hubie Brown
- AJ Price’s injury opens up an NBA pg roster spot
- Al-Farouq Aminu shooting with elbow at eyebrow?
- Portsmouth prospecting: Jeremy Lin’s hidden numbers
- Point guard prospect Ben Uzoh