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2015-16 NBA 2nd Trimester Awards

Fellow basketball snob Tim Adkins joined The Court to wax poetic about the 2014-15 NBA playoff picture.  Have the Cleveland Cavaliers finally turned the corner?  Who will win out in the 3 team race for the #8 seed in the Western Conference?  Can the Los Angeles Clippers finally breakthrough this May and make it to the Finals?  And finally, will the Chicago Bulls find some consistency down the stretch?  We do our best to answer all of those questions.  You’re welcome.

Episode 159 – No Longer Immortal

Previewing the Conference Finals, calling into question Chris Paul’s leadership ability and #pointgod status, and discussing how race impacts coaching in the NBA.

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Why the Houston Rockets are a Contender

Dwight Howard’s exodus (or cowardly flight, depending on who you ask) to Houston has instantly made the Rockets a playoff staple for the next few years. Houston’s assembly of stars starting with James Harden and most recently D12, has turned a scrappy feel-good squad into a Western Conference title contender.

Yes, I said title contender. I believe that the Western Conference is a realistic ceiling for this team. It’s not just the arrival of Howard, as we’ll see, there are a number of other factors that give Houston an edge on their Western conference foes. Continue reading