After a surprising Friday night in the NBA, we went in deep on the Heat, Nets, and Lakers, lamented the increasing number of key injuries around the league, analyzed the Andrew Bynum/Luol Deng trade, and ripped into JR Smith.
01:45 – How worried should the Heat be about losing to bad teams?
10:20 – How excited should the Nets be about five game winning streak?
16:10 – Has Mike D’Antoni lost control of the Lakers?
The final episode of 2013 has The Peoples Court crew covering more injuries to All-Star players, Andrew Bynum’s suspension, and our Performances and Embarrassments of the Week. We also asked whether Blake Griffin is being unfairly targeted, discussed a new idea to revolutionize the NBA Draft, and revisited the terrain in the Western Conference.
It was the biggest trade this past summer. A four team blockbuster deal involving the Denver Nuggets, Los Angeles Lakers, Orlando Magic, Philadelphia 76ers, 13 players and 2 draft picks. Three of the aforementioned teams should be at least somewhat happy with the moves they made. The last team probably isn’t. Before we get into why they aren’t let’s quickly summarize where the first three teams stand. Continue reading →
With March Madness underway, let The Peoples Court provide you with a tournament free haven. Here, it’s all NBA, all the time. This week we talked more about Miami’s impressive win streak and their chances of sustaining it, Denver’s less-publicized win streak, Andrew Bynum’s season-ending surgery, and we played a game of “Either/Or”.