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  • Doug: Quick, first reactions to Kerr leaving Suns

    Doug answered a few questions and gave his first reactions to the news of Steve Kerr leaving the Phoenix Suns. Who will/should replace Steve Kerr? David Griffin doesn’t suck up enough so I don’t think it will be him. How will Steve Kerr’s tenure in Phoenix be looked at? He changed a melodrama into a […]
  • Doug: Q&A on conference expansion and re-alignment

    Q: WHAT’S NEXT? A: Nothing happens until Friday when Mizzou and Nebraska must state their intentions. The Big 12 can still be saved but Texas would have to make concessions. I don’t think that will happen because Texas in the “Super 16” is better than Texas in the Big 12 under new revenue distribution rules. […]
  • Wolf: Nash – Leadership

    Steve Nash showed a lot of leadership when he said the Suns were going to win Game 6 and force a Game 7 at Staples Center. I’m paraphrasing what he said because it really doesn’t matter what he said as much as why he said it and what it says about him as a leader. […]
  • Doug: 10 quick thoughts after being punched in the gut

    Just some quick notes while I’m sitting here at Gateway Chevrolet feeling like I got punched in the gut. 1) Box out 2) Any human being who plays as a center or power forward and has as many turnovers as rebounds is not a max contract player 3) Play until you hear the horn, then […]
  • Wolf: Of zones and men

    Competition is an aggressive act. Since the beginning, competition pitted one man against another, opposing each other, imposing their will upon the loser. Many times one man was superior to the other. Many times, physically, one of the competitors had a severe advantage over his opponent and it often cost his inferior his life. They […]
  • Doug: Frye time

    Channing is going to go off tonight. Yes, I know I’m the only one on the Frye bandwagon tonight. Yes, I know I was the main one driving straight at the bandwagon with an 18-wheeler after his performance in game 2. The difference is rhythm, flow and waking-up to the fact you’re in the Western […]
  • Doug: The truth, baby

    For those of you that don’t know, I’m in a constant state of recantation. I’m sorry that I started life as a Lakers fan. In my family, it’s either Lakers or Celtics and you had to make your choice around the time you learned to read. Dad’s a Celtics fan so I became a Lakers […]
  • Wolf: Cardinals Draft Recap

    It appears the Arizona Cardinals had another solid draft. Like Beanie Wells at #31 in last year’s draft, they got excellent value with the 26th selection in the first-round when they drafted Dan Williams, NT, from Tennessee. Then, they traded a 3rd round pick (they had two) in order to move up in the second-round […]
  • Doug: Cardinals get fantastic first round pick

    The Arizona Cardinals benefitted greatly from two things. The ignorance of others and the hard work they put towards draft preperation. It was amazing. Every time someone pretending to have a clue how to run an NFL franchise made a draft pick, another good player fell to the Arizona Cardinals. Tyson Alualu might have been […]
  • Wolf: Troubled by Tiger ad

    I am troubled by the Tiger Woods advertisement. There seems to be a serious case of exploitation going on here. The perpetrators are not only the usual suspects but Nike seems to have colluded with Tiger in denigrating the memory of his father, Earl. One would think this is not the time for Tiger to […]
  • Doug: Give me team

    Wolf and I had a great conversation today about team versus talent. Do you want the Cousins and Walls of the world that are probably one and done, just using college basketball as a minor league to the NBA? Maybe you want a hair less talented player but he’s a team guy and committed to […]
  • Doug: I am speed racer

    • Video: Doug racing at Bondurant • Photos: Doug racing at Bondurant I was very blessed as a kid to have a family that believed strongly in adventurous vacations. Whenever a place popped up on TV that my family had been to, my father would always say, “We’ve been there.” Granted he was doing it […]
  • Doug: Predicting Major League Baseball

    It’s prediction time! This is a very difficult year to make predictions in baseball. The Yankees are old and defending World Champions. The Rays are the best team in the East, but they’re over budget with Carl Crawford in a contract year. Are the Angels great because of Scioscia, or were they great because of […]
  • Doug: Don’t cry for Tucson

    There are so many waxing nostalgic about Tucson spring training since it’s over. The D-backs last game at Tucson Electric Park was Tuesday. Their last game in Tucson was Wednesday. It’s amazing how many articles and news features I keep reading and hearing about the years of spring training in Tucson. There’s even an AP […]
  • Wolf: The Rage and Joey Porter

    I love the signing of Joey Porter. When I heard Joey Porter was an Arizona Cardinal I wanted to smear the eye-black under my eyes and streak it down my face. I wanted to dip the index and middle finger into the black honey-pot of goodness, scoop out the paint and streak it on my […]

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