Photo courtesy of nicekicks.com. Patrick Ewing (right) wants to do what Rick Pitino (left) does and step into the head coaching ranks.
By Josh Kramer
The NBA Draft was a wild one this year. Who cares if the talent level was at a seemingly all-time low and that the lottery was dominated by little-known international players. Television ratings were the highest they have ever been. And everyone is praying that a new CBA gets formed sooner rather than later.
But in the meantime, an intriguing story just broke. The Detroit Pistons are considering Patrick Ewing, the former Knicks great, as a possible candidate for their head coach vacancy? Ewing, who really defined New York basketball for a 15 year period has been an assistant coach basically since his retirement. Many have pigeon-holed the first ballot Hall of Famer as a “Big Man” assistant. Continue reading →
I expect the clock to strike Midnight tomorrow night for the Jimmer Show.
The madness resumes tomorrow evening with 4 big time games. And it cannot come soon enough. Out of the 8 teams that play tomorrow, I correctly picked 6 of them in my bracket. Plus all 4 of the teams I predicted to move on to the Elite Eight in my bracket are still in tact. Here is a closer look into each of tomorrow’s matchups. Continue reading →
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