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2013-2014 NBA Position Rankings – Top Ten Power Forwards Led by Tim Duncan
August 12, 2013

by Ryan Sterling The Big men!  My favorite because nothing opens up the three point shot like a great big man who demands attention.  The power forward position has transformed in the last fifteen years to include pick and pop and stretch four men. Click here to follow Ryan on Twitter In my opinion there […]

NBA Finals – Miami Heat Make Winning Best of Seven very Tough
June 14, 2013

by Kent Sterling The Miami Heat are like Moby Dick and the rest of the NBA is Ahab.  Everytime the league thinks they have Lebron and company on the hook, the Heat remind you they aren’t some ordinary trout. LeBron giveth hope, and LeBron taketh hope away. The 33 points and 11 rebound from James […]

Indiana Pacers Bow Out 99-76 to Miami Heat as Dwyane Wade Awakens
June 3, 2013

by Kent Sterling One of the parents of a teammate of my son’s AAU team would come up to me after losses and say, “Hard on my eyes.”  That’s how I felt watching this debacle of a game seven in the Eastern Conference Finals. There will be plenty of time to reflect on the growth […]

Regardless of Game Seven Outcome, Miami Heat Are Not a Great Team
June 2, 2013

by Kent Sterling There was controversy before the NBA’s Eastern Conference Finals started.  Indiana coach Frank Vogel said that the Heat are the team that is next.  Someone told LeBron James that Vogel said the Heat “are just another team.”  James took umbrage and claimed that the Heat “are a great team.”  Even if Vogel […]

Indiana Pacers – Game Six Is Time to Nut Up and Play for Each Other or Be Satisfied
May 31, 2013

by Kent Sterling If the Pacers are under the delusion that because they are young, a future of opportunities in the conference finals is assured, they should dispel them.  With Derrick Rose coming back to the Chicago Bulls, Dwyane Wade likely regaining some measure of health, and David West entering free agency, this opportunity needs […]