• Life is Short, Careers are Shorter

    I’m going to keep this short and sweet, because sometimes life, or death in this case, does a large amount of the talking. IndyCar’s Dan Wheldon died today from injuries suffered...

  • The Quick Fix

    Okay, so yesterday I promised that instead of just bitching about the problems, I will come up with some solutions. And no, I am not just going to steal from others....

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    “Pop” Goes the Season

    The first 2 weeks of the NBA season have gone the way of the dodo. Today was the last chance for a nearly complete, nearly peaceful savlation. The loss of preseason...

  • 42 Seconds: Weighing a Purchase

    The New Orleans Hornets are for sale, and since these franchises don’t come up for sale too often, I need to think about this while I have the chance; it’s now...

  • 42 Seconds: Add One Cap, Remove Another

    In recent days, the focus of many articles, if not the no-go-tiations themselves, has been the imposition of a real salary cap and changes to the revenue sharing model, Previously, there...

  • Ushering Out?: Nathaniel and Britney

    Today the NBA will cancel preseason games. Most people don’t seem too upset about the loss of the exhibition games, except for what their demise may foreshadow. The loss of these...

  • 42 Seconds: The New Orleans Hornets are a Model Franchise

    As one might expect, I spend a good deal of time thinking about the New Orleans Hornets. Among the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune the franchise and the ‘fanchise’ have...

  • The Costs, Benefits, and Purpose of Expanding the NBA Draft

    I initially dismissed a claim in an article that the NBA owners wanted a third round to the NBA draft. I didn’t dismiss the reporter’s claim; I dismissed the owners’ claim...

  • 42 Seconds: Cruising the Streets of Denver

    ((Let’s face it: I overthink. I overanalyze. I overtalk, overlink, over and over. There’s a time and a place for 5,000 word posts, and I enjoy spacetime coordinates as much as...

  • Season in the Abyss

    It Has Ended Where the glossy parquet is lorded over by grand pillars supporting baskets that would hold no peach I’ve ever seen, lit from above by tiny stars . ....

  • Am I Fighting One Hydra Or Seven Mouths?

    The NBA is a Cartel

      An Economic Analysis of the NBA, Part I Next Installment: An Economic Analysis of the NBA, Part II: The NBA’s Labor Revolutions The New Orleans Hornets, our team, is, beyond...

  • Dunk that Sh!t: CP3 Edition

    Well, at least the made up trade scenarios for Chris Paul are getting better. Remember when he was going to Orlando for Jameer Nelson and a pile of junk last summer?...

  • Dunk that Sh!t: First Edition

    Over the summer, we will solicit questions from those of you in the community to be answered in our new daily piece, Dunk that Sh!t. No power layups here, just straight,...

  • How the proposed CBA would affect Paul and the Hornets (Part Two)

    In part one, we touched on some key parts of the proposed CBA that most fans are familiar with, a hard cap and a franchise tag. In part two, we are...

  • How the proposed CBA would affect Paul and the Hornets (Part One)

    The facts about the proposal that the league made to the players last week have started to trickle out and surprisingly the owners are not going for the death blow that...

  • Why Hornets fans and Magic fans should be rooting for the Heat to win it all

    On July 1st, the NBA owners are going to lock out the players because the current economic model is simply not working. The summer will be spent negotiating a new Collective...

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