Around the WOW week 3

Posted on 11/14/2010 by



It’s been a pleasure to bring my talents to south beach now on to Memphis – Paul Pierce via Twitter

The Paul Pierce quote is an illustration of why I love Twitter.

I love having to craft your thought into a clear and concise phrase.

I love the immediacy, the false intimacy.

The trash talking of course.

Consider this post a love letter to Twitter.

140 characters or less at a time.


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Now for  WOW links of a this week (thru 11/14/10):

WOW godfather, Prof. Berri of the Wages of Wins leads us off with :

A post on Bad players in Toronto and on the Happenings in The Big Easy.

I may have already said that NOH was for real (see the link)


Ty Willihnganz at Courtside Analysist does a Courtside Analyst “NBA Power Index”


Andres Alvarez at NerdNumbers brings us the usual

A Melo Piece: If Melo thinks he needs help he may not have a point.

A Kobe piece:Apples to Orange : Kobe or Pau?

And a cautionary piece on the perils of takings bad shots on a good night:Goofus and Gallant: Starring Kevin Love and Chris Paul


Official assistant GM of this Blog Devin Dignam of NBeh? continues his  deconstruction of the Bargniani myth: Another ‘Bargnani is a Bust’ Post

The City makes some nice points and a decent pun :Smart Getting It (Mostly) Wright


Our resident Miami cheerleader, reservoirgod :

Defends Rashard Lewis: Defending The Pharaoh While Waiting For Superman

and examines the Heat’s woes:

Miami Heat Check: Chris Paul, NJ Nets Illustrate Depth Of Problems At Point Guard And Center,Miami Heat Check: It Was All Good Just A Week Ago, Part 1


Ian Levy over at Hickory High lays down his expected scoring microscope to Dwight Howard.

And last but not least Genius Now , another Warrior blog with part 2 of his post on The Warriors and the draft.


A final note, I’ve been a little busy this week but I’ve not abandoned this blog.

I’ll keep shooting for a post every day (and at worst every other day).

As always satisfaction guaranteed or your money back.

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