Pleasant Dreams - An Atlanta Dream Blog: No Deal with NBA Refs, WNBA Refs Might Be Used
Is David Stern Threatening a Referee Lockout to Scare Players? -- NBA FanHouse
Interesting take on the potential ref lockout motives from T Ziller
It's Twitter-official: Allen Iverson to sign with Grizzlies - Ball Don't Lie - NBA - Yahoo! Sports
If you are a fan of train wrecks, car crashes and disaster movies this is the best news of the summer. Not so much b/c AI is horrible, he's not. But paired with Zebo and a bunch of youngsters? I can't wait for the Grizzlies to get what they deserve for facilitating the Marion trade
The top 10 most significant injuries of the last decade - Ball Don't Lie - NBA - Yahoo! Sports
Not a top 10 list you want to see two of your team's starters on. It's no wonder folks outside Phoenix are so skeptical about the Suns
SLAM ONLINE | " European Championships, Day 2
More detailed look at Dragic in the Euro Championships
Eurobasket 2009, Day 2 | IN THE GAME
More Dragic...this time with a flop story but don't worry, Goran wasn't the flopper
Steve Nash plays pickup ball in China - ESPN
On a recent trip to China, Steve Nash broke down barriers on the outdoor basketball courts in Beijing, writes Ric Bucher.
Twitter / Jared Dudley: @SLAMonline oh ok thats wh ...
@SLAMonline oh ok thats whats up..so what do i have to do this year to get in the slam magazine? - We love you JD!
Downsize This: What Effect (If Any) Have Roster Cuts Had on the WNBA?
Q delves into and all around the issue of the WNBA cutting rosters from 13 to 11 players this season. His conclusion? Inconclusive.
the comic's comic: NYTimes as Borg? Assimilating my SNL story; resistance futile?
A little bit of interesting discussion on reporters for "old school" media not giving proper credit. This comes on the heals of Rip City Project (a Blazers blog) breaking the Pendagraph news only to have the local papers fail to acknowledge the lead. We see that kind of follow the leader with no credit given around here to but in the end I trust you the reader to recognize who's leading and who's following and when it matters and when it doesn't. I am personally less concerned about breaking news since "scoops" never have a long shelf life. What is far more interesting is thought leadership. Pay attention to where ideas get started and who's jumping on the uncredited bandwagon and you will be a more informed information consumer.