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: Portland gets slighted more than a few times in Bill Simmons’ new book, but none worse than when “Drexler’s Pistons” are referred to. [Blazersedge]
The Dali: M. Haubs looks at the factors behind why Brandon Jennings was so overlooked on draft day and why he need not have been. [The Painted Area]
The Fu Manchu: Rob Mahoney explains why Captain Jack on the Bobcats might not be that bad of an idea after all. [Hardwood Paroxysm]
The Handlebar: Sebastian Pruiti continues his video breakdown series by highlighting some key sequences and explaining what the Nets are doing right and what else they need to work on. [Nets are Scorching]
The Horseshoe: Chapter 2 of Who Shot Mamba? has been released. Watch as Merri revisits the scene of the crime and recalls what he did on that fateful night. [WHO SHOT MAMBA?]
The Imperial: Lebron James has evolved into one of the best and most recognizable basketball players on the planet, but what was he before fame hit? [The Hoop Doctors]
The Lampshade: Zachariah Blott delves into early season pythagorean records and tells what we might be able to expect for the rest of the way. [Empty the Bench]
The Painter’s Brush: Zach Harper is not a big fan of the Kings deal in the rumored 3-way trade between the Kings, Sixers, and Celtics. [Cowbell Kingdom]
The Pyramidal: Interestingly enough, Brian Robb isn’t satified with what the Celtics would receive in that trade either. [Celtics Hub]
The Toothbrush: Trey Kerby has an exclusive look at StackJack’s preliminary reaction to being traded to the Bobcats. [The Blowtorch]
The Walrus: Bethlehem Shoals expounds upon why Allen Iverson has always been and probably will be a polarizing force in the NBA. [The Baseline]
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