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: Jonathan Santiago stops by TNLP to list out ten players who you wouldn’t expect to have had an All-Star appearance. [The No-Look Pass]
The Dali: Timothy Varner examines the reasons behind the defensive decline of the San Antonio Spurs. [48 MoH]
The English: Kevin Owens of “Waiting for Godunk,” explains that dunking is not as straightforward as you might think. [SLAM Online]
The Fu Manchu: Book it. Scott Carefoot guarantees that Chris Bosh will re-sign with the Raptors this summer. [Nothing Easy]
The Handlebar: Rahat Huq continues his series, “Discerning Morey’s Philosophy.” On the docket: Trade season. [Red 94]
The Horseshoe: Sarah Moon begins a series looking into the annals of NBA fashion. First up: The Over-Accessorizers. [A Stern Warning]
The Imperial: Zachariah Blott and Brian Spencer grade the All-Star festivities old-school Siskel and Ebert style. [Empty the Bench]
The Lampshade: Kevin Pelton defends the selection of Jason Kidd to replace Kobe Bryant in the All-Star Game, stating that he has the highest WARP of any available Western Conference guard. [Basketball Prospectus]
The Painter’s Brush: As they’re in unfamiliar territory, Clark Matthews gives OKC fans a primer on how to watch and enjoy the playoffs. [Daily Thunder]
The Pyramidal: Jay Aych picks out the best players playing in Europe and wonders if they might be able to compete against the 2010 NBA All-Stars. [TrueHoop]
The Toothbrush: Skeets and Tas (and JD and Matt the Intern) are in Dallas for the big weekend. Make sure you catch all the videos they put up chronicling their time. [The Basketball Jones]
The Walrus: Darius reminds Laker fans that sometimes they need to step back and just enjoy the ride. [Forum Blue and Gold]
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