Author Archives: GFO

Jones scores points, but not with everyone

Brian Windhorst of the Akron Beacon Journal has an interesting article on DJ. You know the old saying about leopards and their spots, virtually the same goes for NBA veterans. The book on Damon Jones was penned years ago; now

Ron Artest now wants to stay

Ron Artest doesn’t want to be traded by the Pacers after all, his agent says. Artest said last weekend that his past in Indiana haunts him, and he is interested in being traded to the Knicks or Cavaliers. But Mark

Cavs Make it Two in a Row

LeBron James scored 41 points, and Donyell Marshall added a season-high 25 to help the Cleveland Cavaliers hold off Miami 115-107 on Saturday night. The Cavaliers have won two straight games coming off a stretch where they lost seven of

Hughes, Jones and Marshall

I thought it would be interesting to compare last seasons stats to this season for Larry, Damon and Donyell. Larry Hughes Year G MPG FG% 3p% FT% RPG PPG 2004-05 61 38.7 0.430 0.282 0.777 6.3 22 2005-06 19 38

Atlanta Topples The Cavs

Tyronn Lue helped the Atlanta Hawks record a most improbable winning streak. Lue scored a season-high 19 points on 7-of-11 shooting off the bench as the Hawks handed the Cleveland Cavaliers a seventh loss in nine games, 100-94. “It’s all

Cavaliers lose to Nets

A couple of interesting observations from the Q Friday night; Jay-Z and Beyonce were sitting in the front row enjoying the game and I might add were not very crowd friendly, ignoring everyone around them, much to the displeasure of

NBA Attendance

Inside Hoops.COM reports 2005-06 NBA Attendance Includes games of November 27, 2005 Ranked in order of average home attendance: 1 Detroit 22,076 2 Chicago 20,768 3 Dallas 20,263 4 Miami 19,805 5 LA Lakers 18,797 6 San Antonio 18,797 7

Jordan over Ehlo Misses?

While some Chicago Bulls fans might cringe at Gatorade’s recent commercial where Michael Jordan’s famous buzzer-beater against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 1989 NBA playoffs misses, Craig Ehlo doesn’t seem to mind. In reality, Jordan hit the shot over Ehlo