Monthly Archives: November 2015

In Defense of Jahlil Okafor

By: Ethan Giles Jahlil Okafor is a paragon to society (“Jahlil Okafor 2015 Summer League” by Ed – AIMG_2162. Licensed under CC BY – SA 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons ). On Thanksgiving, the Contested Long Twos team said what we were … Continue reading

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Brick Party: Thanksgiving Edition

By: Contested Long Twos Staff Scott Levine: Welcome to the first edition of the Brick Party, where we have several Contested Long Twos writers add their input to a central theme. Today’s theme, since it’s Thanksgiving, is Thanksgiving! We talked about … Continue reading

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Contested Long Two of the Week

By: Scott Levine Steph Curry embodies everything that makes a great contested long two in this play against the Nuggets on November 22: Having zero assitance from teammates (check), putting a defender on skates (check), getting just enough room to … Continue reading

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To Boogie or Not To Boogie?

By: Brian Kane Followers of the Boston Celtics probably picked on the media’s recent focus on Boston’s assets for the upcoming NBA draft. This was bound to happen as the season progressed, and the increase in potential value of the … Continue reading

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Andrew Wiggins: Savior of Hero Ball

By: Brian Kane Tonight I became a little more optimistic about the future of the NBA. Thishappened as I watched the Atlanta Hawks systematically dismantle a 30 point deficit against what will be one of the most intriguing teams to … Continue reading

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Can We Cool It About DeAndre?

By: Ethan Giles Admittedly, I have not watched much NBA Basketball this year. I wish I watched more, but I haven’t really had time. But I did watch roughly five minutes of the New Orleans Pelicans vs. Dallas Mavericks game … Continue reading

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Enjoying the Clippers Melodrama

By: Scott Levine Ask any player, coach, GM, or cat that watches basketball sometimes, and they’ll tell you that referees are just one of the many variables that decide the outcome of a game. Sometimes they are the main variable. … Continue reading

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