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Weekly Musings: The Final Games Of The Finals

by Kevin Casini

Jun 20, 2006 4:05 PM

Uh oh, the Mavericks let the Heat back in it. And I don?t want to hear anything about the officials, hit your damn foul shots and it won?t matter. Didn?t you used to be the new and improved MVP-like Dirk Nowitzki? Read more »

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Weekly Musings: Mock Draft

by Kevin Casini

Jun 19, 2006 1:16 PM

Weekly Musings waited a little longer than others to roll out our Mock Draft, and we?re only hitting the lotto, basically because the rest is a crap shoot. Remember, Ryan Gomes went in the 2nd round last year and Rafael Araujo went top 8 in 2004. Read more »

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Weekly Musings: NBA Finals

by Kevin Casini

Jun 6, 2006 11:38 AM

Raise your hand if you ever thought the following players would be in the NBA Finals: Antoine Walker, Erick Dampier, Keith Van Horn, Jerry Stackhouse, Jason Williams, Jason Terry, or James Posey. Put your hand down Isiah. Read more »

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Weekly Musings: Conference Finals

by Kevin Casini

We?re into the Conference Finals after some of the best basketball games I never saw. 9:15 pm start in the Western Conference Finals? Why not just put them on OLN Channel 78? Oh, right, they?ve got hockey. Read more »
Weekly Musings - Playoffs ?06: Round 2

by Kevin Casini

I can only assume Shaun Livingston read the Musings, because we no longer are waiting around for him. 14 Assists in the Round 1 clincher? Brilliant. I?m drafting him now for next year?s fantasy league. Too bad he shoots like the drummer from Def Leppard. This and more from Special Ed. Read more »
The Triumphant Return Of Weekly Musings

by Kevin Casini

After months of whirlwind travel, the Musings is back with a vengeance to scour the NBA for tidbits of delight. The playoffs are in full swing, but I?m just not feeling it this time around. Does anyone else feel like the postseason is already determined? Read more »
The Cleveland LeBrons, The Iverson Omission And More In Weekly Musings

by Kevin Casini

The Cleveland LeBrons are in a free fall, losing 5 in a row and 7 of their last 10. Peeps in Cleveland have even taken to booing LBJ. This is not good. Meanwhile, leaving Allen Iverson off of Team USA?s Olympic and World?s roster is a disgrace, plain and simple. Read more »
Backlash From Toronto And Players Moving In Weekly Musings

by Kevin Casini

Al Harrington, Earl Watson, Tim Thomas, Penny Hardaway and Flip Murray... are these the All-Star reserves? No, they are the players most likely to be moved before the trade deadline. Where they're going and the feedback from RealGM's Toronto sector. Read more »
The White Men Can't Jump Trade And A Rose Trade In Weekly Musings

by Kevin Casini

Vince is day-to-day, Kobe is in a slump and Wally's in Boston. Who would have guessed it? Now that Artest is in Sac-Town and we don't have to hear about him until he does a Sprewell on Adelman, we can get to some more interesting stories. Read more »
New Year's Edition Of Weekly Musings

by Kevin Casini

We?re giving away New Year?s Resolutions this week, since I?ve never known an NBA player to make a change for the better without being court-mandated first. Read more »
Walsh, Harrington And Blindfolded Shooters In Weekly Musings

by Kevin Casini

After a few weeks of family, holidays and turkey, the Musings is back to 100% and ready to take the court. Here?s an abridged version of what we?ve missed, with more Holiday Musings to come. Read more »
Artest, Oden And Toronto In Weekly Musings

by Kevin Casini

A weird week in the NBA, for sure. The Hawks beat the Spurs, the Jazz beat the Pistons and the Hornets beat the Suns. Chris Webber played defense and Dan Gadzuric scored! What?s going on in the league this week? We?ll try to decipher the strange from the irregular in this week?s trip around the NBA. Read more »
The Plight Of The Atlantic And The Sonics In Weekly Musings

by Kevin Casini

After catching heat for implying that Yao was soft, Kevin Casini returns with declaring the Atalntic Division is one of the worst divisions in sports history and that Nate McMillan's absence in Seattle is the true cause of their slow start. Read more »
Yao, Vlad And Smush In Weekly Musings

by Kevin Casini

Welcome to the newest installment of the Weekly Musings, an entertaining look back at the week that was in the NBA. We dish dirt and dimes, all the while providing unsolicited opinions and completely unsubstantiated claims. It?s journalism at its finest. Let?s get out on the break! Read more »