Against any sense of rational thought, the NBA is going to plow ahead with its All-Star Game, in Atlanta, in the middle of a pandemic. As much as I may not agree with the game taking place, and from the sound of it either do the players, now is the…


For the last month and some change, my wife has been working from home as a teacher. The transition has been tough, but she seems to be getting her feet under her. This is the first time that she has spent any serious time in our office, which consist of…


Sometimes it’s easy to get lost in the day-to-day action of an NBA Season. With an 82 game schedule there is kind of an ebb and flow to the year, and people who cover the league will tend to seek out more novel stories when the season is droning on…


Leave it to the Houston Rockets to find a way to bewilder the NBA establishment. With the trade deadline approaching, many were wondering what Houston was going to do after they traded their center, Clint Cappela for Timberowolves’ Swingman Robert Covington.

Last week the Rockets started playing with ultra-small lineups…


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You know you may have a basketball addiction problem when you wake up at 5:45 in the morning in a cold sweat, ready to watch some FIBA World Cup group play. I couldn’t wait to see the United States National Team take on Greece and one Mr. Giannis Antetokounmpo. …


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Update:

The Yankees have acquired LHP Alfredo Garcia from the Colorado Rockies in exchange for RHP Joseph Harvey.


Last week Apple took the stage at their yearly developer conference keynote and settled all family business. There have been many people, Apple fans even, who were becoming increasingly fed up with the companies direction. On one hand you had the Mac, which, as of late, has been getting slammed…


There are not a whole of things that happen on a given night in the NBA that completely catches me off guard these days. At this point we’ve seen just about every possible crossover, dunk, long shot or block in the book. Players these days are so incredible that we…


We back!

The NBA came back last night with two fairly close, slightly sloppy games. The Boston Celtics showed off just how scary they can be with a fully healthy roster in their 105–87 win over the Philadelphia 76ers, and the Golden State Warriors shook of the rust just in time to…

Justin Jacobs

Part time basketball writer, full time NBA Junkie Email: giosjustin@gmail.com, tweet @justinjacobs

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