Historic Comeback(s) Propel Nuggets

After the Los Angeles Clippers dispatched the Dallas Mavericks in the First Round, easily handled the Denver Nuggets in Game 1, and raced out to a 3-1 series lead, it seemed that the Clippers had been pegged to win their first NBA Title. Despite the fact the Doc Rivers’ teams have lost 3-1 series leadsContinue reading “Historic Comeback(s) Propel Nuggets”

Lakers Make Final(s) Statement in Game 5

Before the Lakers-Rockets series began, there were many experts that expected the Rockets to possibly upset the Lakers. And why not? The Rockets essentially use a 5 guard set, are quick, shoot very well (most of the time), and have played outstanding defense in the Bubble. After Game 1, a Rockets 11-2-97 victory, the evidenceContinue reading “Lakers Make Final(s) Statement in Game 5”

Lakers Take Command of Series

Going into Game 4, the Lakers needed to continue the defense that they displayed in Game 2 and the second half of Game 3. Without controlling the Rockets’ dribble drives and three point shooting, the Lakers were in danger of having the series tied at two. With the exception of about 6:00 in the 4thContinue reading “Lakers Take Command of Series”

Lakers Need Defense in Game 4

For most NBA teams, the Houston Rockets present a problem. With the tallest player being 6’7″ and multiple players that can shoot the three, the question becomes…how do you defend the Rockets? For one, if the Rockets are not shooting the ball that well, this question becomes a moot point. However, if the Rockets areContinue reading “Lakers Need Defense in Game 4”

LA Clippers vs. Denver Nuggets: Game 2

Game 1 saw the Nuggets lose by 23 points in which they shot 42% from the field and 25% from behind the arc. Defensively, they allowed the Clippers to shoot 57% from the field and 42% from behind the arc. Hence Malone‚Äôs desire for a better defensive effort. After being blitzed by the LA ClippersContinue reading “LA Clippers vs. Denver Nuggets: Game 2”