Category Archive: Basketball

Apr 18

NBA Playoff Previews! Part One

Welcome to the 7poundbag Playoff Previews! Today we talk the series that kick off on Saturday, and tomorrow we will finish with the Sunday-starting Series.   Brooklyn Nets  vs. Toronto Raptors EJ: The Case for the Brooklyn Nets: The Nets might be the 6th seed, but they have the experience in this matchup with Kevin …

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Apr 18

The Blog About Nothing 4/18 Edition

What up world? This EJ and I’m back with another edition of the Blog About Nothing. It’s springtime in New York City, but you wouldn’t know that with the cold weather that passed through here this week. It snowed. Yup, snow. However, I’m a New Yorker. Snow and ice ain’t stopping me, and this cold …

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Apr 15

NBA RT: 4/15 Edition

Today in the Roundtable, we talk overachieving,  underachieving,  who was the best and worst free agent signing, and how would you grade the Joe Dumars era in Detroit. 1. Most Overachieving Team? David: I’m going with Phoenix. Charlotte being a close second. How the Suns came so close to making the playoffs, when they probably would be …

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Apr 15

The Top 15 Arenas in College Basketball

The Top 15 Arenas in College Basketball by Jon Pease This one is about the 15 greatest areas in college basketball. I based my criteria on the history, atmosphere on game day and overall “coolness” of the arenas. The ones with the best blend of the criteria made my list. So without further ado, I …

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Apr 11

The Blog About Nothing 4/11 Edition

What up world? This is EJ and I’m back with another edition of The Blog About Nothing. April is rolling on nicely, but you’re boy is still not 100 percent. Bronchitis is a mother and I hate it, I hate it with a passion. Not letting it keep me down though. I got to keep …

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Apr 08

Discussion: Coach Cal and Kevin Ollie

Ex-Kentucky star Rex Chapman: John Calipari is ‘done deal’ to Lakers – Kupchak denies David Snipes: How did Cal do last time? Oh yeah EJ  He did do poorly in New Jersey but I understand this link. Calipari must be ready to bail from Kentucky, despite making it to the Finals, and Kobe tends to …

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Apr 08

NBA Roundtable: 4/8 Edition

  Welcome to the NBA Roundtable! This week the crew talk JR Smith going long, the Bucks maybe going longer, the Bobcats making playoffs, and the Pacers maybe not making a splash. Plus a LARRY SANDERS Question! This week we roll a full lineup with EJ, Bill, Zach, David and making her roundtable debut . …

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Apr 01

NBA Roundtable: 4/1 Edition

Welcome to the NBA Roundtable. This week we have EJ, Bill and David go through our Rookie of the Year teams, dumping Conferences, LeBron vs the Cap, and just how do we make the Center important again? 1. Who is your All-Rookie team? EJ: At point guard I got Michael Carter-Williams. MCW might be on a terrible …

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Mar 30

UConn goes dancing.. it’s about basketball… honest!

Okay, A quick hitter from the WTF guy… And I beg ya’ll be patient… this is really about college basketball… You may have noticed… or not… that lately the WTF columns have been bereft of any sports related stuff. That’s by design. It’s not that I haven’t seen any sports stuff that gives me pause …

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Mar 28

The Blog About Nothing 3/28 Edition

What up world? It’s me EJ, and I’m back with another edition of The Blog About Nothing. My bad on not posting a blog last week. The kid was sick. Yeah, I got a wicked case of bronchitis and it knocked me flat on my ass last week. I’m one of those dudes, that when …

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Mar 27

Who do the Lakers bring back next season?

The Los Angeles Lakers are suffering through an absolutely horrible season, mainly due to injuries. Kobe Bryant played in just six games and Steve Nash has played in only 11. Pau Gasol, Nick Young, Jodie Meeks, Steve Blake, Jordan Farmar, Chris Kaman and Xavier Henry have all missed games as well. In order for the …

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Mar 27

A Discussion: NLRB, Student-Athletes and Trade Unionism…

On Wednesday (3/27) the National Labor Relations Board decided that the Northwestern students petitioning to organize as a trade union actually, as employees, had that right to attempt to do so. Now, if ya’ll have strong opinions, as I suspect many will, on this issue then you might be interested in a discussion that started …

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