432 results for year: 2010
Sebastian Pruiti of NetsAreScoring.com fame also runs the fantastic new blog, NBA Playbook. He breaks down certain plays or aspects of all different games around the NBA. Bookmark, subscribe to the RSS feed and get smarter because of it.
Today, he breaks down how Tyreke Evans and Kevin Martin worked well together during the ...
Ryan McNeil, the driving force behind the brains and brawn of HoopsAddict, did some sleuthing and interviewing when the Kings were in Toronto and discovered that the Kings are not looking to trade Kevin Martin.
Outside of the numbers, after spending some time in the Kings’ locker room and talking with their head coach and ...
Gian from Knickblog is probably the best blogger on the webs at breaking down film and presenting it in a innovative and aesthetic way. Well, instead of video for this breakdown of the Kings zone defense that they employed in key moments of the fourth quarter to stop the Knicks, he's done a frame by frame picture view of ...
First here was one of the big threes I wrote about in the recap. It's Donté Greene on the break from Tyreke Evans:
Secondly, here is Tyreke Evans absolutely undressing Jared Jeffries and I don't mean in the biblical way. This is just filthy:
And third, this was the play by Evans to set up JT for a dunk to tie the ...
I can’t count how many times I’ve said, “the Kings just didn’t get a total team effort tonight,” while describing a close win or any of the Kings losses this year. There has often been something missing with this team on any given night.
I’ve been waiting for this machine to start clicking on all cylinders in ...
Noam Schiller of ESPN.com Daily Dime Live chat commenting fame discusses the idea that people seem to think Tyreke Evans isn't a point guard.
My response to people who think he can't play point or is "clearly a shooting guard" is that you "clearly don't watch Kings games."
Here's the link. Enjoy.
Omri Casspi will be at the All-Star Weekend for two events. We already know about the Rookie/Sophomore Game but now he'll be competing against Kevin Durant and Rajon Rondo in the weekend's H-O-R-S-E event.
From TrueHoop, here is a Western Conference team executive's take on the event.
One bad quarter.
That’s what it’s often been during this tailspin of Kings defeats. The Kings have played well for 36 minutes most nights but they can’t seem to get the other 12 minutes to help their cause. And it’s not always the fourth quarter. Sometimes it’s been the first, second or third quarters. There is ...
So I was perusing the Sacramento Bee as I tend to do when I wake up and I came across this piece from Sam Amick about Beno and Westphal differing over playing time. In it, we are getting two different stories about the condition of Beno's feet and the results on the court because of this injury.
Paul Westphal is saying the ...
It’s hard to believe that there are such things as fun losses. Well, maybe there aren’t even fun losses. Maybe there are just losses that frustrate you even though it was fun to watch a team attempt an impossible comeback.
After the Kings rolled up on a +35 Chicago Bulls team in December, it always gave you the notion in ...