The Mid-Afternoon Milk Mustache, featuring the physics of successful free-throws

The Mid-Afternoon Milk Mustache take you on a trip around the League every weekday, bringing you the best posts from around the NBA blogosphere. Unfamiliar with the below ‘stache styles? The American Mustache Institute will school you on that subject.

The Chevron: Using three-dimensional computer simulations, two NC State engineers have determined the optimal methods for shooting free throws. [Science Daily]

The Dali: mW explores the possibility of luring Allen Iverson to play 2-guard for the Hornets. [Hornets Hype]

The English: Rashad Mobley scores an exclusive interview with Jermaine O’Neal. [Hoops Addict]

The Fu Manchu: DeMar Derozan debuts part 1 of a behind-the-scenes documentary about his rookie season. [Rookie Chronicles]

The Handlebar: How accountable is Mike D’Antoni for the Knicks slow start? [Posting and Toasting]

The Horseshoe: Five questions for Stackjack’s agent, Mark Stevens regarding his tirade against Don Nelson. [Golden State of Mind]

The Imperial: Several video clips detailing what the Nets must do in order to give Brook Lopez more post touches. [Nets Are Scorching]

The Lampshade: Jon Nichols provides a statistical comparison of Vince Carter and Hedo Turkoglu’s respective ’08-’09 seasons [Third Quarter Collapse]

The Painter’s Brush: Quinn Peterson waxes poetic on the new golden age of the NBA. [SLAM Online]

The Pyramidal: It seems Jeremy Tyler’s stint overseas is not going as smoothly as planned. [NYT]

The Toothbrush: Amazing alley-oop inbounds play from Donte Greene to Jason Thompson to beat the buzzer. [Hooped Up]

The Walrus: Rob Mahoney gives video analysis of the impressive defense that fueled the Mavs fourth quarter comeback against the Jazz, complete with an inspirational soundtrack. [The Two Man Game]

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