Fraternizing with the Enemy
Fraternizing with the Enemy returns with Dave Deckard of Blazers Edge discussing Portland vs. San Antonio.
In another partnership with a fellow NBA blog, J.R. Wilco discusses the aftermath of Golden State’s comeback.
Before San Antonio and Memphis tip off tonight, we catch up with a colleague over at Grizzly Bear Blues to see where the two teams are currently looking like.
Trail Blazers expert Dave Deckard chats with J.R. Wilco about the way the way the Spurs are built, and what that means for San Antonio.
In the Fraternizing with the Enemy, it’s time to talk Lakers vs. Spurs with SS&R’s Managing Editor
Spurs welcome Diaw, Hill and the Jazz back to San Antonio
J.R. Wilco welcomes Kevin Lipe, of the Memphis Flyer, to discuss all things Spurs/Grizzlies on the eve of their meeting in the first round of the playoffs.
Time will tell whether it's a case of "much ado about nothing" or "where there's smoke, there's fire." In the meanwhile let's investigate that smoky much ado.
In a conversation with Clips Nation editor Steve Perrin, J.R. Wilco talks about the possibility of intentional fouling, Chris Paul's State Farm commercials, and whether this is Manu Ginobili's last year.
With the Hawks looking like a mirror image of the Spurs, it's no surprise that they both enter tonight's game with the same 1-1 record. In order to see just how alike these two teams are, I had a conversation with Daniel Christian of Peachtree Hoops.
Dave Deckard and J.R. Wilco have their first conversation since the Spurs downed the TrailBlazers in May. With so much time gone, there's plenty to talk about: free agent signings, draft picks, emerging stars, and ... George Takei vs William Shatner?