Posts Tagged ‘J.R. Smith’

QOTD: Why Should Carmelo Anthony Stay In New York?

The majority of this NBA season I have been sitting from afar, watching, listening and taking in criticism of my New York Knickerbockers from the adamantium bleachers. Watching my team play has been frustrating. It doesn’t look like the Knicks have a ton of skill most nights, and their successes have...
January 27th, 2014 | Basketball, Bull City | Read More

The Real Reason Andrew Wiggins Can’t Choose Where To Play Basketball Next Season

Everyone is up in arms about Andrew Wiggins holding back on his decision on where he will play college basketball next season. The kid is really taking his time, and plenty of people are getting very frustrated about where the high school phenom will land. He has it narrowed down to about four schools,...
May 7th, 2013 | Basketball, Bull City | Read More

The Liberation Of Earl Smith III

J.R. Smith, the newly crowned Sixth Man of the Year, is on the postseason scene for all to see. There are people who have thrown shade his way, people who have come for my head for my disgust with the Eastern Conference coaches for leaving him off of the All-Star roster, and people who had once labeled...
April 24th, 2013 | Basketball, Soul On Ice | Read More

The Monday Morning Script: A Second-By-Second Breakdown Of The Canada Vs. Mexico Fight

There’s a lot that happens in sports during the weekend, and it’s our job here at TSFJ to make sure you’re caught up. Stick to the script on Mondays with us, as we attempt to make sure that your watercooler chatter is as thorough as that bunt single that caused chaos between two countries...
March 11th, 2013 | Baseball, The Fam | Read More

NBA Eastern Conference Coaches Who Vote On All-Star Reserves Are Dumber Than A Bucket Of Slop

There have been times when I have chastised NBA fans for the way they vote for the All-Star Game. However, that is why we are fans. We vote for who we like. But more should be expected from coaches because they should know better, but they simply do not. As much as I love the All-Star Game and as much...
January 25th, 2013 | Basketball, Soul On Ice, Sports | Read More

Temporary Excitement And The New York Knicks

Have you ever tasted excitement from something that has kept you disappointed for years? The truth is I taste that excitement now. I have been a New York Knicks fan since the early 1980’s, and they have taken me to highs and lows that only a real fan can imagine. I lived through the years of Ewing...
November 20th, 2012 | Basketball, Bull City | Read More

Ladies: Which NBA Player Are You? Vol. 1

By The Analyst / @RealGoesRight Foreword brought to you by a conversation between me and my Morehouse homie, G. Brooks. Me: I’m saying, you having a LeBron moment? Garrett: Nah, I play for the win. Me: *daps* That’s why you my dude. Why are we always talking about [women] in basketball terms,...
April 24th, 2012 | Basketball, Real Goes Right | Read More

Two Smiths That Deserve Liberation: Josh and J.R.

Note: despite the fact that I adhere to The Great Bomani Jones’ creed of “Life is not about deserve,” it was the only word I felt comfortable using. Using “need” or any other word instead was just…nah. For some people, two of the biggest head cases in the game of basketball bear the same...
February 7th, 2012 | Soul On Ice | Read More