I love games that are ended with makes instead of misses. The Grizzlies won one like that last night.
David West hits his third game-winner of the season. Probably time to start staying home on him in crunch time.
"We should be collectively embarrassed," says Bernie Bickerstaff of losing to the Portland Trail Blazers.
Without saying one way or another what happened with the allegedly threatened fans, the NBA found some other stuff to fine Kenyon Martin for.
The Bucks can't take off, again. Their charter flights keep having mechanical problems.
Ira Newble just had the season's weirdest injury: 8 days in a clinic with a swollen face. As Brian Windhorst tells it: ``It was freak-of-nature type stuff. I was thinking I was going to be at the hospital a half day,'' Newble said. ``When the whole side of my faced swelled and I was in a lot of pain, I figured this was more serious than I thought.''
The Knicks have got to stop giving Frank Isola so much fodder.
Two of the three dirtiest players in the league play for Seattle.
Travis Outlaw for Melvin Ely? This could be Jermaine O'Neal/Dale Davis II.
Half a season after being thrilled to get his first NBA press pass, Brian from Sonics Central catches himself being a little annoyed at having to go a team's practice. I'm telling you: to get closer to the NBA is not necessarily to love the NBA more.
Scoop Jackson on the Sebastian Telfair documentary Through the Fire: "The deeper the movie gets, the deeper it exposes the twisted, yet so understandable (if you live it), screwed-up priorities of broke black folks. Bentleys over buildings. Minks over moving out of the projects." People say Scoop is too easy on all of his friends, but not today...
Dick Cheney violating every major principle of gun safety simultaneously, sticking his buddy in intensive care, and then mounting a PR operation to blame him for getting himself shot, well, it's not really basketball news, but I still think you should read this.