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The Chevron: The No-Look Pass celebrates the one-year anniversary of “The Chronicles of Crotty” with an interview with their namesake, Mr. John Crotty. [The No-Look Pass]
The Dali: Pardeep Toor considers the Dunk Contest a step towards immortality for its legendary performances. [SLAM Online]
The English: Xiane shares about his conversation with Dork Elvis himself, Rockets GM Daryl Morey. [The Dream Shake]
The Fu Manchu: In the wake of the Gilbert Arenas/Javaris Crittenton drama, Mookie lists off 10 gun/weapon-related NBA nicknames. [A Stern Warning]
The Handlebar: A main point in the new collective bargaining agreement will be to “compress the difference” between the rich and poor in the NBA. [NBA Fanhouse]
The Horseshoe: A look at usage and efficiency statistics suggest that the Bobcats are better off with Gerald Wallace leading the team rather than Lebron James. [Queen City Hoops]
The Imperial: Sebastian Pruiti revisits how well the Nets have been playing under Kiki Vandeweghe’s drastically different style. [Nets Are Scorching]
The Lampshade: Dave Berri asks if the 2009-2010 Nets are the worst team ever. [Wages of Wins]
The Painter’s Brush: These days, Andre Iguodala is a hot commodity, and, according to Brendan Jackson, the only one that the Celtics should trade Ray Allen for. [Celtics Hub]
The Pyramidal: Zachariah Blott outlines 5 D-League players that are ready to step in and help teams in need. [Empty the Bench]
The Toothbrush: A study based on home attendance and winning percentage shows that the Clippers have the most loyal fan base in the NBA. Who would have thunk? [Wall Street Journal]
The Walrus: We know that Gilbert Arenas and Rod Benson are in the NBA Blogger Hall of Fame, but Rob Mahoney thinks you should also consider Tyson Chandler for his humanizing touch. [Hardwood Paroxysm]
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