Houston’s Terrence Jones drives against Detroit’s Greg Monroe. Jones has played well as of late, which could lead to more playing time in the postseason (kentuckysportsradio.com)
The National Basketball Association is days away from concluding its regular season in fine fashion, with plenty still left to play for in these final hours. Teams are still jockeying for position in the postseason field, the Los Angeles Lakers and Utah Jazz are still both desperately trying to make the postseason, and the Orlando Magic and Charlotte Bobcats will be duking it out (in separate games) to see who claims the title of Most Futile Franchise for the 2012-2013 season.
With so much taking place in the seasons’ final days, it’s easy to forget that there is still plenty more at stake for the NBA’s rookies. Continue reading →
After a surprising move for one highly touted rookie yesterday, NBA fan bases across the country waited with bated breath, hoping that their new favorite young players wouldn’t be moved elsewhere. Unfortunately for the Milwaukee fan base, their team is now feeling the same anguish Sacramento fans are still getting acquainted to. Continue reading →