Triple Double Tuesday – Weekly Column 1.12.16

Most sports fans are spending the weekend watching the NFL playoffs but not us over at Hoopscritic. We are keeping our eyes on the potential playoff landscape for the NBA. A couple of teams have turned it on in the Eastern Conference and the West appears to be sending a .500 team or below into the playoffs for the first time since the 1999 lockout season where the Timberwolves went 25-25 for the 8th seed. …

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Triple Double Tuesday – Weekly Column 12.22.15

That time of the year where you dedicate yourself to your fantasy football playoff push and the holidays. It’s often a time the average fan sweeps the NBA under the rug until the following year. Not us, and because I failed to bring this last week but here we are right before every NBA’s fans favorite day, CHRISTMAS! Especially for the Christmas Day games. Three Positive Things The San Antonio Spurs Unnoticed Kawhi Leonard will …

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Triple Double Tuesday – Weekly Column 12.8.15

Welcome back to another edition of the Triple Double Tuesday column. I took last Tuesday off to celebrate my favorite holiday, Thanksgiving. Not too much has changed in the NBA landscape since my last post. The Warriors are still undefeated and the Lakers and 76ers are still terrible. However, a few things have changed like the Nets have been playing .500 basketball since starting 0-7. Let’s not spoil all the news in the opener and …

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Triple Double Tuesday – Weekly Column 11.24.15

It’s almost that time for teams to hit the panic button. The Rockets did it last week by relieving Kevin McHale of his coaching duties after a dismal 4-7 start of the season. What’s the old phrase? “You can’t fire a whole team so you fire the coach.” The Rockets weren’t playing for him anymore, the move had to be done. Now it will be up to the front office to see if they can …

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Triple Double Tuesday – Weekly Column 11.17.15

The NBA season is shaping up and we are figuring out what teams are. There are a lot of things we all missed like the Rockets being average, the Knicks being average and Portland is giving everyone who thought they’d be a bottom dweller the middle finger. However, the season is far from over and we have a million questions that will be answered as the season progresses such as; will the Warriors lose a …

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