Alex Siquig - Basketball Analysis

Draymond Versus Rondo, Battling Scientists And Warlords

by Alex Siquig

May 3, 2018 10:47 AM

Rondo is a floor general relic of a bygone era, while Draymond is a singular tweener monster not likely to ever be duplicated, but the cosmic similarities between these two seem obvious. Read more »

Tags: Golden State Warriors, New Orleans Pelicans, NBA

Inspiration And Gloom Collide As The Wolves Return To The Playoffs

by Alex Siquig

Apr 15, 2018 5:47 PM

A brand-new existence of post-season aggravation that had been forbidden from Minnesota's supporters for five-thousand and sixty-seven days is about to reveal itself. Read more »

Tags: Minnesota Timberwolves, NBA

The Houston Rockets And The Righteousness of Vengeance

by Alex Siquig

Jan 21, 2018 1:34 PM

The Rockets really do feel as close to perfect as a Moreyball team has ever been and possibly can ever be. And yet it's still all prologue. Read more »

Tags: Golden State Warriors, Houston Rockets, NBA

The Extinction Of Monta Ellis

by Alex Siquig

The prototype that Monta Ellis typifies is in imminent danger of extinction, the (undersized) ball-dominant slashing guard who doesn't reliably punish you from range. Read more »
The Dion Waiters/JR Smith Power Rankings (Post-Players Tribune Edition)

by Jonny Auping and Alex Siquig

Dion Waiters' piece made his omission from the playoffs hurt all the more by so eloquently reminding us of the alluring collision of man and myth and menace and Messiah. Dion has decisively won the war he thought he had won long ago. Read more »
The Inglorious Reboot Of The Dion Waiters/JR Smith Power Rankings

by Alex Siquig and Jonny Auping

Dion Waiters and J.R. Smith chase their moments because sometimes they remind us all that they're good enough to catch them. And when they're not, well, that always seems to be worth documenting as well. Read more »