Our latest episode included a full, exciting plate of NBA action. We talked about our feelings on new rules that were introduced this season and how they’ve impacted the game thus far, we checked in to see whether we’ve been right or wrong with our pre-season predictions. Matt Barnes made big news with both his actions on and off the court. Finally, who was a hero and who was a goat with our Performances and Embarrassments of the Week.
We asked two important questions this week: What kind of star is Blake Griffin, and how will Jonathan Martin’s bullying case affect the closeted gay player? We also took a look at players primed for the leap into stardom, and our Performances and Embarrassments of the Week.
Premier week of the 2013-2014 season has come to a conclusion. Our TPC Terrible Trio recapped all of the exciting action including Derrick Rose’s return to action, our first impressions, our fantasy basketball experience, performances and embarrassments of the week and did any teams change our minds?
We’re back with a brand new episode and preview of the 2013-14 NBA season. We talk about the best and worst acquisitions of the off season, our five teams to watch on League Pass, who will be in and who will be out of this season’s playoffs, the teams that matter in each conference, and ultimately our NBA Finals predictions.
Special guest Donnie Seals joined The Peoples’ Court to recap a busy week during the NBA’s off season. Our thoughts on roster changes galore, hope and drama in Chicago, plus Dwight Howard’s departure to Houston and much, much more.
Come one, come all as the triangle triple post crew from The Peoples Court discusses the first four games of the NBA Finals, this week’s gossip and rumors, how a well run organization leads to a good product on the hardwood and how we foresee the final week of the 2012-2013 NBA season playing out.
As the 2013 NBA Playoffs keeps on keeping on, the crew from The Peoples’ Court asks a few questions about the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame’s voting process and wonders if anyone really cares about who gets in anymore. We also tried to figure out what’s going on in the minds of Chris Paul, Donald Sterling and the Los Angeles Clippers, decreed once and for all that legacy of the San Antonio Spurs is not boring and brought more Conference Finals analysis.