The Next NBA: 01/01/2005 - 02/01/2005

The Next NBA

Tuesday, January 25, 2005

CBS Sports top ten player rankings: 1) K. Garnett 2) L. James 3) D. Nowitzki 4) A. Iverson 5) T. McGrady 6) S. Marion 7) K. Bryant 8) T. Duncan 9) A. Stoudemire 10) D. Wade

All I got to say is, what about this guy?

No, not this guy-------> that guy

Yeap, that is S. Nash, 1996.

Friday, January 14, 2005

Yao Ming, leading the All-Star in voting: Not only has his numbers got worse from the previous year, but his team is having an extremely hard time winning with him. His FG %, FT%, rebounding, blocking, and assist dropped. He is also turning the ball over more than 3 times per game, the only category he seems to be leading all Centers in. Even though his performance is decreasing, his popularity just seems to keep rising as he leads all NBA players in all-star voting, for the third season. It is astonishing to see a guy at 7 “6” do the things he does, but it is only so long before questioning if we all are over exaggerating his talents and possibly his potential. Even L. James and A. Stoudemire are playing beyond their expectations.

Wednesday, January 12, 2005

Cuttino Mobley traded for Doug Christi: I guess Peja is getting what he wants. Looks like he will be traded, now that they found a 3 point shooter to replace him. The only question is where and who, especially now that Artest is no longer an option. I would love to see Peja get traded for Ginobili. They both have identical salary and they are exactly what the other teams need. Spurs are very good defensively and can use a shooter like Peja. Ginobili is like Christi and Peja combined, O.K. like Christi and Mobley combined but everyone knows Ginobili got skills. Lets make it happen!