Who Wins The NBA Draft Lottery? Who Do You Pick First?

Posted in Blogroll, Derrick Rose, Miami Heat, Michael Beasley, NBA Draft Lottery, O.J. Mayo on May 20th, 2008 by Michael Tillery

You stickin’ around bruh? Naaah

I know…it sure as hell isn’t Friday, but who wins the lottery tonight? If you had the keys to a franchise in the lottery, do you go with Derrick Rose, Michael Beasley, Eric Gordon, Brook Lopez, OJ Mayo or some other cat?

I said during the season that Miami was gonna land the #1 and go with Beasley so I gotta stick to my guns.

Here are the participants:

1. Miami

2. Minnesota

3. Seattle

4. Memphis

5. New York

6. L.A. Clippers

7. Charlotte

8. Milwaukee

9. Indiana

10. Chicago

11. Phoenix

12. Sacramento

13. Portland

NBA On TNT Playoff Notes: ‘They’re too young, they’re going to fold.’ (Barkley chat with Ernie about gambling video added)

Posted in Blogroll, Charles Barkley, Chris Paul, Chris Webber, Ernie Johnson, Kenny Smith, New Orleans Hornets, San Antonio Spurs, Tim Duncan on May 20th, 2008 by Michael Tillery

Ice Man? Is that you?

TNT’s Craig Sager interviewed Spurs guard Manu Ginobili before Game #7

Ginobili on if the Spurs can win without a big game from center Tim Duncan: “Yes, I think we can (win without Duncan). He’s a very smart player and every time he is going to get blitzed defensively, he’s going to kick it (out). I think we’ve got good enough shooters to step up. I think we haven’t been making those shots in (New Orleans). If we add that part of the game (and play) solid, steady defense for four quarters…not just three, we have a chance (to win).”

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No, New York, D’Antoni Is Not the Guy

Posted in Alonzo Mourning, Blogroll, Donnie Walsh, James Posey, Mike D\'Antoni, New York Knicks, Phoenix Suns, Shaq, The Sports Watchers, Udonis Haslem on May 20th, 2008 by Uzo

Special to TSF…

Poet and Modi there’s no caption needed here huh? Be Peace my brothas…

So since many of you know that I, TheSportsWatcher, am a unabashed New York Knicks fan, I’m sure you are all wondering what I think about the acquisition of Coach Mike D’Antoni as the new head coach at the Garden.

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