The Wire

Manu Ginobili Will See You Next Season

April 7th, 2009

by Marcel Mutoni
The San Antonio Spurs are going to be in the Playoffs this season, but can we really expect anything meaningful from them - without the services of one Manu Ginobili? Um, that was a rhetorical question, kids.


The Reason Dwight Howard Won’t Win MVP: He’s Too Tall

April 3rd, 2009

by Marcel Mutoni
You could list any number of reasons why Dwight won’t get his hands on the League’s highest individual honor this season, and none of them would be as brilliant as the one his assistant coach, Patrick Ewing, provided when asked for his opinion on the award.


Cavs/Wizards, Still a Rivalry to Some

April 3rd, 2009

by Marcel Mutoni
And by “some”, I mean members of the Washington Wizards organization, and the people who cover them in the media.


Brooklyn Folk Aren’t Big Fans of Magic Johnson

April 2nd, 2009

by Marcel Mutoni
Magic, as you know, is a wildly successful business man. According to certain Brooklyn residents, however, his companies aren’t exactly the best places to work for and don’t always do what’s ethical.


A.I.: Give Me a Starting Role or Give Me Retirement

April 2nd, 2009

by Marcel Mutoni
Allen Iverson let the world know his true feelings about being a sixth man for the Pistons, and in case you thought he was through with the venting, you clearly don’t know him well enough.


Lawrence Frank Might Want to Think About Updating His Resume

April 1st, 2009

by Marcel Mutoni
Lawrence Frank’s status as the longest-tenured coach in the East might soon change, to that of a guy looking for work. At least, that’s the impression his boss gave to the local media when asked about Frank’s job security.


Shocker: Allen Iverson is Unhappy

April 1st, 2009

by Marcel Mutoni
Except for perhaps the most unreasonably optimistic of Pistons fans, anyone following the Allen Iverson situation in Detroit had to know that things would come to a boil, and that A.I. would eventually reveal how he truly felt about coming off the bench.
The pivotal moment happened last night, after Iverson clocked just 18 minutes in yet another Pistons loss to the Cavs.


Examining the Kevin Garnett Injury Situation

March 31st, 2009

by Marcel Mutoni
As Kevin Garnett misses yet another game (he’s expected to sit out the 15th contest out of the last 19 tomorrow night against Charlotte), people in Boston are growing increasingly nervous about his health (and the team’s chances) with the Playoffs nearing.