The BK Playoff Game: Two On The Line

1) Indiana closing it out. After splitting the two games in New York and then sweeping the two-game home stretch in Indiana, the Indiana Pacers hold a commanding 3-1 lead on the New York Knicks and are one more road victory away from guaranteeing a spot against the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals. […]

The BK Playoff Game: Carmelo’s Historical Heroball

Each day that there’s a playoff game, we’ll have three things to watch in the NBA playoffs. Each note will be accompanied by a contest. We’ll announce winners after each round. Here’s today’s three things to watch: 1) Indiana doing it again. The Pacers now have a 2-1 lead over the Knicks in the second […]

The BK Playoff Game:
Wednesday’s 3 Things To Watch

Each day that there’s a playoff game, we’ll have three things to watch in the NBA playoffs. Each note will be accompanied by a contest. We’ll announce winners after each round. Here’s today’s three things to watch: 1) Miami bouncing back. Even without Derrick Rose, Kirk Hinrich, and Luol Deng — again — the Chicago […]

Contest: The Nets may be out, but The BK Playoff Game rolls on

Contest: The Nets may be out, but The BK Playoff Game rolls on

The Brooklyn Nets season has ended, with a 49-33 regular season record and a 3-4 postseason record, and much like in the regular season, we’ve got three winners for our first-round contest, The BK Playoff Game: First place: Brian McNamara Second place: Joey Convery Third place: Rebecca Nesi Congrats! Fun note: Joey also finished second […]

WARRIOR PREVIEW! 1-on-1 Clash Of The Bloggers

Andrew Bogut, Brook Lopez

Morning morning! Got my chai tea latte and the pound cake ready for shootaround. Big game at the Barclays center tonight — Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) December 7, 2012 We should feed him this ALL DAY. After back-to-back losses to the reigning champion Miami Heat and reigning Western Conference Champion Oklahoma City Thunder, the Golden State […]

Moving Forward: Chatting Nets-Warriors

Harrison Barnes, Golden State Warriors

So the Brooklyn Nets lost last night in a semi-heartbreaker, falling 93-90 (I refuse to believe those last two free throws, with 0.2 seconds left and no chance of anything important happening, really counted) to the Los Angeles Lakers. But they (nor we) can dwell on that: the Nets schedule doesn’t stop because the whistles […]