Tagged with basketball

How to Fix the Wizards

How to Fix the Wizards

Despite what people think, the Washington Wizards are only a couple trades away from becoming one of the top teams in the league. Now, I know that is a hard statement to believe seeing as they are 6-22 and are 23rd or worse in the league in points per game, rebounds per game, assists per … Continue reading

Championship of the Post-NCAA Tournament

Championship of the Post-NCAA Tournament

In a tournament that started with 12 teams, we are now down to the finals. Rankings 12-7 Rankings 6-1 First Round Second Round Final Four After Connecticut beat Arizona and Kansas beat Texas, now is the time to see the best team based on professional basketball players. #2. Connecticut Huskies vs. #5. Kansas Jayhawks Connecticut … Continue reading

Final Four of the Post-NCAA Tournament

Final Four of the Post-NCAA Tournament

After another week of voting, the 12-team tournament of professional basketball teams based on college is now down to four. Last weeks voting resulted in, yet again, two blowouts and two extremely close match ups. #5. Kansas Jayhawks defeats #4. Duke Blue Devils: 51%-49% #6. Arizona Wildcats defeats #3. North Carolina Tar Heels: 66%-34% #2. Connecticut Huskies … Continue reading

Post-NCAA Tournament: Round 2

Post-NCAA Tournament: Round 2

For the past week voters have logged on and registered their picks for the first round of the tournament and the results are in. For those who missed the release of the seeding and rationale for the tournament, check Part 1 here and Part 2 here. Of the four first round match-ups, there were two … Continue reading

Which NBA Teams Should Be on the Chopping Block?

Which NBA Teams Should Be on the Chopping Block?

With the NBA currently embroiled in bitter labor negotiations, there are a lot of ideas being tossed around about how to make the league better and more profitable.  The league is coming off one of the more exciting seasons and playoffs in recent memory, but the fact remains that there is a huge competitive imbalance and most … Continue reading