Phil Jackson Is Maybe, Possibly, Doing A Good Job With the Knicks?

The Knicks are not a very good NBA franchise. From James Dolan’s complete lack of the basic ability to run a pro-basketball organization, to Isiah Thomas leading a terrible Knicks team while simultaneously sexually harassing women in the front office (oh, and then being hired to run the Knicks WNBA affiliate, the Liberty, just last

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Number Retirements: Who’s Next? Southwest Division

Welcome to another installment of “Number Retirements: Who’s Next?” For past posts on previous division click on the links below. Southeast Division Northwest Division Atlantic Division Let’s take a look at teams in the Southwest Division. Dallas MavericksRetired Numbers: 15, Brad Davis 22, Rolando Blackman Brad Davis was one of the first players on the

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Vince Carter

Number Retirements: Who’s Next? Atlantic Division

Welcome to part 3 of the number retirements series here at Basketball Society. To check out part 1 with the Southeast Division click here. To check out part 2 with the Northwest Division click here. Today I will be going over each team in the Atlantic Division and who could possibly have their number retired

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VIDEO: Fisch’s Friday Rant – Pistons & Eastern Conference

This week on Fisch’s Friday Rant, I talk about a couple Eastern Conference topics: The Detroit Pistons and how their new team looks The “locks” for the first 6 seeds in the Eastern Conference Playoffs(Check out Aram’s predictions here) Who will grab the last 2 seeds in the Eastern Conference Playoffs

Number Retirements: Who’s Next? Northwest Division

For my last post on the Southwest Division, check here. When I heard of the Atlanta Hawks retiring Dikembe Mutombo’s number it got me thinking. Who could possibly have their number hung up in the rafters next for their respective teams? A week ago, I talked about whose number will be retired next with teams in

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Dwane Casey

Dwane Casey’s Job in Jeopardy?

The Toronto Raptors this season looked like they were going to compete in the playoffs and make a deep run. Instead, they ended up getting swept by the Washington Wizards in the first round of the playoffs. General Manager Masai Ujiri will look to tweak or possibly re-build the franchise, and it could start with

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A Look Into The Offseason: The Minnesota Timberwolves

Since the Minnesota Timberwolves franchise began in 1989, the Timberwolves have only made the playoffs eight times. The last time they made the playoffs was in 2004, which is the longest active NBA playoff drought. They have tried so hard to keep star players like Kevin Garnett and Kevin Love happy, but they never are

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Team Focus: The Detroit Pistons

The Pistons of the Motor City are currently ranked 11th in the Eastern Conference with a 21-33 record. This season has been nothing less than a roller coaster for this team – playing inconsistent basketball and simply playing to the level of their opponents. I’m sure this isn’t the season that Coach Stan Van Gundy

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