Vivek looks at why Avery Johnson has not been the coaching solution in New Jersey.
Dre, Patrick and the spirit of Greg get together to discuss the greatness that is Faried.
Dre looks at how Phoenix has risen from the ashes once again.
Dre examines how Derek Fisher is overrated, or if he’s not then Barack Obama is a better alternative.
James looks for more gold for the next draft and finds C.J. McCollum fits the bill.
The Wages of Wins network looks back at the crazy deadline. Mosi points out defense is a team activity. The NBA Mistress reminds us Fat Lever was great.
Dre thinks the McGee trade was good for the Nuggets and in fact surprising.
A little over a year ago, NBA “experts” were telling us that the Knicks are now much better – and the Nuggets are now in trouble — because Carmelo Anthony was playing in New York. The Knicks clearly concurred when they gave Melo a maximum player salary. Now we are …
My latest for Freakonomics (yes, I wrote two posts this week), focuses on competitive balance in college basketball. One argument the NCAA offers when people ask why the labor that generates multi-billion dollar television contracts are not actually paid is that paying the student-athletes would disrupt competitive balance. As I …
Dre and Dave discuss the good and bad aspects of Sloan.