The Mid-Afternoon Milk Mustache, featuring the LadyBallers

The Mid-Afternoon Milk Mustache takes 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: Last night was the official launch of the new super blog, LadyBallers, which is, as you can imagine, completely run by females. Go on and read their stuff and read comments. [LadyBallers Blog]

The Dali: Royce looks on the bright side and shows why the Thunder’s most recent four losses might actually build character or something. [Daily Thunder]

The English: Though they may be the up-and-coming team in the League, the Thunder still have trouble getting into offensive sets. [TrueHoop]

The Fu Manchu: The TNLP discusses the merits of Chris Kaman’s comments about Pau Gasol not deserving to be in the All-Star Game. [The No-Look Pass]

The Handlebar: Zack Lowe outlines the steps that lead to Portland snatching 16 offensive rebounds against the Celtics last night. [Celtics Hub]

The Horseshoe: M. Haubs’ topic of the day is Lebron as he ponders several questions about the man many consider to be the best in the NBA. [The Painted Area]

The Imperial: Pacers fan, Gary D, delineates how the Pacers can turn themselves into a contender within three years. [Indy Cornrows]

The Lampshade: Matt Moore takes a look at the usage rates and PER for every team in the NBA using ridiculously awesome data visualization. [Hardwood Paroxysm]

The Painter’s Brush: Continuing his series on trying to define VORP in a basketball sense, Jared Wade looks at the shooting percentages of the Indiana Pacers as compared to the average NBA player. [Eight Points, Nine Seconds]

The Pyramidal: At the halfway point of the season, Scott Schroeder grades the performance of each D-League official. [Ridiculous Upside]

The Toothbrush: The Baseline nabs interviews with two Orlando Magic players, Ryan Anderson and Brandon Bass, fighting for one rotation spot. [RA here, BB here]

The Walrus: Rob Mahoney reminds us that there are many rigors of an NBA lifestyle, certainly not the least of which is the prospect of being traded at any time. [The Two Man Game]

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