The Line-up, featuring virtual Celtics versus Lakers, the NBA’s most underrated players, the Darius Miles signing, Coach Bobby Jackson in Sacramento, and more …
The Line-up for August 22nd has today’s latest and best posts from the world wide web of bloggers, featuring: EA stuff … Philly 76ers showing us bloggers love … a story on a Canadian hoops legend (and his last name isn’t Nash!) … sneaker stuff from CYE … John Nguyen calling for an end to combo guards … Darius Miles signing in Boston … and much, much more …
The Line-up: today’s NBA blog posts you should be reading.
- ESPN’s truehoop praises Philly for hosting a bloggers-only conference call. 76ers’ GM Ed Stefanski said my invite got lost in snail mail. No hard feelings Ed; must have been the international mail thing to ‘Van City’.
- Get a sneak peak at the Celtics versus Lakers on EA’s NBA 2K9 courtesy of The Score’s Branded. Gamers will be in love.
- The most underrated on-line basketball magazine, Hoops Addict, lists the most underrated NBA players.
- An oldie, but a goodie. And I’m not describing classic Chaka Khan tunes. The Globe and Mail’s Michael Grange writes on Team Canada veteran and European star Rowan Barrett.
- Former NBA coach Eric Musselman recaps USA-Australia. Yes, the one-time Golden State and Sacramento sideline boss blogs. And he has skills.
- SacTown Royalty has video of Bobby Jackson discussing the prodigal son’s return to the Kings. Could we be seeing another Coach Jackson in the NBA?
- Detroit Bad Boys wonders if Theo Ratliff really had other offers.
- Brew Hoop has the latest on Andrew Bogut’s injury.
- After a busy summer, the Clippers have finally arrived. And Clippers blog breaks down rotation options.
- HoopsVibe’s international man has fresh sneaker stuff despite being on a trip through the outback of Greece (he was probably putting in work on the sister of Ronny Seikly’s wife). Anyway, check out the Nike Foamposite One in Varsity Purple. And keep an eye out for his outstanding features all over the site.
- Keeping it in the ‘fam’, sparked some great discussion with Death To Combo Guards. I agree with his take and not because he’s a co-worker. All things being equal, a true table-setter usually trumps a ‘tweener’.