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Russell Westbrook, Not as Good as Advertised

Posted on 6 Feb, 2013, by in NBA

Some players walk a fine line between being underrated and overrated. Which is Russell Westbrook? The Oklahoma City Thunder point guard is one of the more polarizing players in the NBA today, but when looking at certain numbers and just the way Westbrook plays and behaves, it draws to a conclusion that he isn’t as good as the hype around him might suggest. More

Stating the Obvious – Fernando Torres Admits He has a Scoring Problem

Posted on 16 Feb, 2012, by in Soccer

Fernando Torres has been a complete and utter failure for Chelsea since arriving from Liverpool for the ridiculous fee of £50 million just over a year a year ago. There’s no way of sugarcoating it, because strikers, no matter how well they play, need to score goals. And Torres hasn’t been playing that well anyway. More

Who Should NBA Teams Use the Amnesty Clause On

Posted on 2 Dec, 2011, by in NBA

The new Amnesty clause put into the new CBA kicking in from December 8 is causing quite a lot of confusion but also giving many teams a chance to free plenty of cap space. Some players, like Gilbert Arenas and Brandon Roy, look like perfect candidates for the usage of the clause. More

The NBA’s Most Overpaid Players

Posted on 6 Apr, 2011, by in Featured

Sometimes it’s an injury that a player just can’t shake or get back from. Sometimes it’s old age and sometimes it’s just about huge contracts given to mediocre players. Here are the best examples of overpaid NBA players. More

Year by Year, Picking the Worst of the Last 20 NBA Drafts, Part II

Posted on 25 May, 2010, by in NBA

Our second part of us selecting the worst draft picks in each year since 1990, this time the 2000-2009 selections. More

Year by Year, Picking the Worst of the Last 20 NBA Drafts, Part I

Posted on 22 May, 2010, by in NBA

A month before the 2010 NBA draft, we start our two part project, reviewing the last 20 years and drafts, pointing out the worst pick in each draft. We begin with the long lost 90’s, shuffling through 1990-1999. More