What we are going to see tonight is far from a full picture. What we will see tonight are the first few brushstrokes of a painting that will take all season to complete. By about 20 games in we can get a pretty good idea of the form the painting will take, but even then […]
We’ve got some new friends here at Forum Blue & Gold, and I think you should meet them. This site has struck a deal to have most of its content at both Lakers Nation — the meta Lakers site run by the former Get Garnett guys — and with them on the Web site for […]
You really, really like me. Seriously, I am touched to have won the “Sixth Blogger of the Year” (best team-focused blog) in the Hardwood Paroxysm recent NBA blogger voting. Especially when I think of all the fantastic blogs I read and think, “Man, I wish I was that good.” This little site has grown into […]
Sparked by emailed questions and conversations with people in the business of NBA information, Iâ€™m using the All-Star Break to look at some bigger picture questions about NBA blogging. Todayâ€™s topic: How credible are blogs? And how NBA teams are dealing with them? Itâ€™s the first question asked about bloggers, the first charge thrown out […]
Sparked by emailed questions and conversations with people in the business of NBA information, Iâ€™m using the All-Star Break to look at some bigger picture questions about NBA blogging. Today the post talks about the growth of NBA blogs and why people are reading them â€” and a lot more of you are reading them. […]
Today, I want to ask you a few questions. And for a change it is not about on-the-court basketball or front office moves. (Weâ€™ll be back to those topics tomorrow.) Rather, itâ€™s about where you get your NBA/Lakers news and information. And, how you evaluate the options out there. The reason Iâ€™m asking is for […]
I suddenly seem to be without all my posts from 2008. Trying to figure out what just happened and repost my Nuggets preview to start. UPDATE: Everything is back and up again.
I’m the guest host over at True Hoop today while Henry goes on a four-day bender spends time with his family. I’ve already got a post up on Andrew Bynum’s coming out party. No posts here today, we’ll have something tomorrow. No promises on quality, though.
And not just because the Lakers got a quality win on the road. This may be the best news for fans of good NBA news in a long time â€” Kelly Dwyer has a blog. KD is a friend of this site, and one of the most insightful and clever NBA writers out there. SI.com […]
With the 19th pick in the SB Nation (and friends) NBA Mock Draft, the Los Angeles Lakers select Rodney Stuckey, guard from Eastern Washington University. After considerable effort to make a trade that might mollify a certain cranky superstar, none of which came to fruition, we had to make the pick and went with the […]