Joseph Santoliquito of MaxPreps has a great piece on Tyreke Evans and his career in high school:
"People forget Tyreke was 12 when he started playing high school basketball," Reggie said. "We had people criticize us, question us: ‘What are you doing to him? Isn’t it too soon?’ Things like ...
If you've been looking to sharpen your skills, there is no other place to go other than Vaclav Peepi, the Official Victory Teacher.
(h/t - Both Teams Played Hard)
If Spencer Hawes commits "elbow murder" next season then you know who taught him.
Our good bro, Alex Kramers, has gone over the Kings history of signing free agents. It's apropos considering the Kings are looking at roughly $20 million in cap space this off-season.
Mikki Moore - signed on July 13, 2007 for three years, $18 million
Prior to 2006-07, Moore had played 303 ...
As Tom Ziller reported earlier Tuesday, Tyreke Evans will be named the 2010 Rookie of the Year. I didn't want to post anything involving Tom's breaking news until I could verify it myself (not a knock on Tom... just my own paranoia about this stuff) but sources have confirmed the story from Sactown ...
Saw this tweet from John Hollinger late Monday night/early Tuesday morning about Jamal Crawford being announced as the Sixth Man of the Year:
So perhaps this means that the Rookie of the Year award will be given out Wednesday. There aren't too many awards left and I doubt they'd give out ROY ...
Our good friend, Alex Kramers from Blogcritics got a chance to interview Scot Pollard:
In my mind, I knew going into a game that I was there to make the stars look good. I didn't want to see Vlade (Divac) or Chris (Webber) in foul trouble, or worse, (get) injured from taking a charge or diving on ...
Nice article in the Sacramento Bee about the latest development in the Kings trying to get this complicated land-swap deal done to hopefully get a brand new downtown arena like nearly EVERY OTHER BASKETBALL CITY IN THE NBA.
"At the end of the day, are we getting a state-of-the-art 21st-century ...
With Awards Season coming this week (Dwight Howard won DPOY today) and throughout, the TrueHoop Network thought it would be a fun idea to vote on the same awards and see how the network gauged the 2009-2010 regular season.
You can see the winners here on TrueHoop. Big ups to Dan Feldman of ...
The ESPN analysts have voted for their choice on Rookie of the Year and Tyreke Evans got a whopping 14 out of 20 votes for the award.