TAG: Eric Musselman

NBA / Sep 18, 2012 / 12:00 pm

The 10 NBA Coaches Most Likely To Face Off With Another Coach

photo. Rocky Mountain News

The life cycle of Tom Coughlin and Greg Schiano‘s midfield ¬†feud Sunday over what is proper NFL end-game etiquette is just about over now. We’ve heard the defenses and the accusations and hashed out what exactly count as unwritten rules in football. The rarity of coaches tossing jabs at each other — I can think of just Jim Harbaugh vs. Jim Schwartz and Pete Carroll blasting Mike Bellotti — is still too good to let go entirely, though. Read More »

D-League / Aug 24, 2012 / 2:30 pm

Elijah Millsap Is Still Searching For His Shot In The NBA

Elijah Millsap

…This piece was originally published in Dime #70. To see the feature in its entirety, check it out on newsstands nationwide…

This past season, the NBA Development League broke their previous record with 50 NBA call-ups and 64 NBA player assignments. But there was one player who was left off the NBA call-up list, despite averaging 23.7 points per game and carrying his L.A. D-Fenders to the D-League Finals. His name is Elijah Millsap and he is still chasing the dream. Read More »

D-League, NBA / Jan 22, 2010 / 3:30 pm

Joe Alexander’s Career Isn’t Over Just Yet

Joe Alexander

Perhaps his basketball career hasn’t gone as expected, but don’t give up on Joe Alexander just yet. Sure his contract option for next season was declined back in November – making him the highest-drafted rookie to ever have his rookie option declined – but Joe Alexander is back on the right track. Having injured his right hamstring back in October, he’s yet to play an NBA game this year. But starting today, the second-year forward will be playing for a new team: the Fort Wayne Mad Ants. Read More »