April 30, 2012



The regular season in the Association is over and first games of the playoffs were just played. The awards and the respective All-NBA teams are usually announced in the playoffs, so I wanted to start the process with introducing the world to the first ever…DRUM ROLL PLZ….THE ALL SHOCK TEAM. This was definitely the year […]


April 6, 2012


Keep yo head up

…My peoples come first… I was just chillin last night and listening to music, as usual, before heading to bed and this song by Dilated Peoples came on. I hadn’t heard this song in literally years and was immediately hooked ALL over again, similar to when I was in high school. The song has an amazing beat and […]


March 28, 2012


The Los Angeles Clippers 2012

Last night, I came across an article in the LA Times about Donald Sterling, the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, supporting Head Coach Vinny Del Negro. Within the article, Sterling is quoted saying “I like him. I usually follow the advice of my people, and I think they care for him, like him and want […]


March 11, 2012



Watching Dwyane Wade  fly UP and DOWN the court right now LIVE is mind blowing. It reminds me of one of the most underrated sports commercials that I have found to be absolutely hilarious over the years. It is a Gatorade commercial and well i’ll just let you watch… However, I am not writing this post just because […]

Miami Heat vs Indiana Pacers Preview

March 10, 2012


Lebron guarded by Granger

Today will be the third match-up between the Southeast Division leading Miami Heat (30-9) and the Indiana Pacers (23-14) from the Central Division. If you are sitting on the west coast or outside of Miami right now and don’t have the NBA league Pass through Xfinity then let me convince you to get it right […]

Under the Radar Vol. 1

March 10, 2012


Do you know who I am?

I am introducing a new topic that I will add on to every week. The purpose of it is pretty self explanatory. I will be covering “Under the Radar” things in the Association. That includes players, coaches, offensive/defensive schemes, staff personnel, sports blogs and basically anything that just doesn’t get enough attention. So in my first edition of […]

when good isn’t good enough

March 10, 2012


The Chosen One

As a student and a keen observer of basketball, I have had some burning questions and thoughts that I needed to ask. These questions/thoughts probably don’t even have any direct answers. I just feel they needed to be asked/shared to perhaps start an intelligent conversation and more than anything for me to clear my head […]