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NY Times: Kevin Love’s Rare Combination of Talents

3rd February 2011

Some love for Love:

Keeping Score: Kevin Love’s Rare Combination of Talents

This will also appear in tomorrow's print edition.

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NY Times: The Cavaliers’ Decline Is on Record Pace

28th January 2011

The Cavs are bad. Really, really bad:

Keeping Score: The Cavaliers’ Decline Is on Record Pace

Read it in today's print edition as well.

Posted in NY Times | 2 Comments »

NY Times: The Bad Contract

21st January 2011

My latest offering to the New York Times:

Keeping Score: The Bad Contract

Look for it in the Friday print edition as well.

Posted in NY Times | 4 Comments »

NY Times: N.B.A.’s Haves and Have-Nots

14th January 2011

This week in the NYT, I take a look at the disparity between the best and worst teams:

Keeping Score: N.B.A.’s Haves and Have-Nots

The column appears in this morning's print edition as well.

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NY Times: Blake Griffin’s Big Impact

6th January 2011

This week in the New York Times: Blake Griffin, Super Rookie.

Keeping Score: Blake Griffin’s Big Impact

Look for it in tomorrow's print edition as well.

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NY Times: After an Unproductive Minute, One of the Trillions

24th December 2010

This week's NY Times column is far from serious analysis, but I think it's a fun read nonetheless:

Keeping Score: After an Unproductive Minute, One of the Trillions

This also appeared in today's print edition. Merry Christmas!

Posted in NY Times | 2 Comments »

NY Times: Anthony’s Potential Impact on Knicks

16th December 2010

Just how much would Carmelo Anthony help the New York Knicks?

Keeping Score: Anthony’s Potential Impact on Knicks

This will also appear in Friday's print edition.

Posted in NY Times | 3 Comments »

NY Times: Why the Knicks Are Winning

9th December 2010

The title says it all:

Keeping Score: Why the Knicks Are Winning

Look for the column in Friday's print edition as well.

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NY Times: Who Is the N.B.A.’s Best Point Guard?

2nd December 2010

Here is this week's offering for the New York Times:

Keeping Score: Who Is the N.B.A.’s Best Point Guard?

I think the answer is obvious, but Mark Jackson and Jeff Van Gundy, among others, disagree:

With so many good guards, the NBA could be in somewhat of a golden age for the position. ABC/ESPN analysts Jeff Van Gundy, brother of Magic coach Stan Van Gundy, and Mark Jackson debated the merits of the position Wednesday night and concluded that the NBA’s deepest position is now at the point.

And the top fives for Jackson (1. Deron Williams; 2. Chris Paul; 3. Derrick Rose; 4. Rajon Rondo; 5. Russell Westbrook) and Van Gundy (1. Deron Williams; 2. Chris Paul; 3. Rajon Rondo; 4. Steve Nash; 5. Derrick Rose/Russell Westbrook/Chauncey Billups/Tony Parker) featured a lot of the same names.

As usual, my column will also appear in Friday's print edition.

Posted in NY Times | 31 Comments »

NY Times: Spurs’ Recipe for Success

26th November 2010

Here is this week's column for the New York Times:

Keeping Score: Spurs’ Recipe for Success

This should appear in the print version as well.

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