After all the frenzy of first-round action in the 2014 NBA Playoffs, we’ve finally reached the Conference Semis, and we expect the match-ups to be nothing less than electrifying. Here are our picks for round 2.
It’s June, and that means there are only two teams left standing in the NBA. We should be in for a great series as the San Antonio Spurs and the Miami Heat face off in the 2013 NBA Finals. Here’s our take on this series right before it kicks off.Read more "2013 NBA Finals Preview by One-Legged Fadeaway"
The second round is upon us, and here we are to dish out some more predictions for the upcoming conference semifinals.Read more "NBA Playoffs Second Round: Picks and Predictions by OLF"
Intro Matchup #1: (1) Miami Heat vs. (8) Milwaukee Bucks RB: No disrespect to the Milwaukee Bucks, but the Miami Heat won’t even have to exert that much effort to win this series. My pick: Miami in 4 Ryan: This isn’t even going to be close. Miami’s a juggernaut, and this will be a warmup round […]Read more "The OLF Eastern Conference Playoff preview"
After the All-Star break, we posted a list of several things to watch for when the regular season resumed. Well, the regular season has now ended, and it’s time to look back at those questions to see what the answers have been. Will LeBron’s hot shooting continue? Of course, he couldn’t keep up those insane […]Read more "Looking Back at the Second Half of the Regular Season"
Let’s mince no words here—heck, Minnesota Timberwolves guard JJ Barea didn’t as he walked off the court after a very undeserved ejection on a flagrant 2 call for a body-check on the Miami Heat’s Ray Allen. He called Allen a ‘p*ssy’ repeatedly, with an occasional garnish of the F-word. I agree. One, Ray Allen had […]Read more "JJ Barea Calls Ray Allen a P*ssy, and I Agree"
The Indiana Pacers currently own the third-best record in the East at 33-21, just half a game behind the New York Knicks, the team they completely obliterated two nights ago. This season, they have a 4-1 record against the East’s top two teams, the defending champion Miami Heat and the the aforementioned Knicks. Three of […]Read more "How far can the Indiana Pacers go?"