Ty Willinganz debunks the myth that David Stern was able to convince television networks to broadcast the NBA Finals in prime-time.
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Firing Maurice Cheeks is not likely to be the answer in Detroit. The problem is with the person picking the players.
Meerae Park from the UCI Sports Analysis Collective looks at the link between spending and wins in the NBA this season.
Here are links to two interviews, as well as speculation on why fans on Sunday will be sitting out in the cold!
The Lakers are a bad team this year. This really is just about the players the team is employing. In other words, the Lakers are bad because these players are bad.
Jill Harris reviews “15 Sports Myths and Why They’re Wrong”
Kevin Draper created a list of the “foremost public intellectuals in basketball”. Some familiar names make an appearance!
Talking basketball with Paul Shirley and Justin Halpern on The Short Corner podcast.
Despite the Heat’s recent trip to New York, this team isn’t much different from what we saw last year.
Jill Harris explains that Robinson Cano’s Contract isn’t just about demand. It’s also about supply.