When Kevin Durant is within three feet of a rebound, he supposedly comes up with the ball 80 percent of the time. If Kevin is within three feet of a rebound, he should come up with it […]
–How come now that Doc Rivers is coaching the Clippers, they are one or two players away, according to the wise men on TNT?
–How come when […]
Ever wonder if, as players, they had done all the things they talk about today on TV, how much better they and their teams might have been?
Nothing surprises me anymore. Here’s this guy’s resume, at present he is training and teaching NBA players on shooting techniques … 1998-2001, he was a walk-on at Syracuse University … played 28 games, for a total of 48 minutes … was […]
Edwin A. (Scotty) McDonald, Jr. – the late, great basketball savant whose wisdom has been regularly referred to on this blog – is never far from my thoughts, and especially so these days, what with the 2014 college basketball season beginning. […]
In 1966-1967, my first season as an NBA Coach (Assistant at Chicago) there were ten teams in the league. Today 47 season later there are 30 teams in the NBA.
In 1966-67, a total of 125 players saw action in NBA games. […]