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: Joe Posnanski celebrates the anniversary of Wilt’s 100-point game by reminiscing about a time when the Big Dipper went back to visit his alma mater, Kansas. [Joe Posnanski]
The Dali: It was assumed last year, that the Knicks would improve upon their abysmal record. Mike Kurylo thinks about the reason why they have not. [KnickerBlogger]
The English: It’s time to start including Stephen Curry with Tyreke Evans in Rookie of the Year discussions. [Empty the Bench]
The Fu Manchu: Are the Rockets better as a offense-only type of team now with the addition of Kevin Martin? [But the Game Is On]
The Handlebar: Mark Ginocchio looks at how the Nets power forwards have been vastly outperformed this season by the opposition. [Nets Are Scorching]
The Horseshoe: Big Baby might not have a leg to stand on in the mysterious case of Shaq’s thumb. [Celtics Hub]
The Imperial: Mark Cuban explains that trading for talent is a much safer way to build your team than through free agency. [SLAM Online]
The Lampshade: Nicolas Batum is finally being allowed to show what he is capable of doing, and he has responded well. [Bust A Bucket]
The Painter’s Brush: Rob Mahoney says that the Mavericks should extend a favor to an old friend by signing Michael Finley if other contenders choose not to. [The Two Man Game]
The Pyramidal: Matt Kolsky is incredulous that Dwayne Jones’ 15.6 rebounds per game have not found a home in the NBA. [D-LeagueDigest]
The Toothbrush: Jared Wade makes the comparison between this year’s Boston Celtics and the characters in Major League. [Hardwood Paroxysm]
The Walrus: In the wake of the news that Gerald Henderson beat Michael Jordan in 2 straight games of HORSE, Joey remembers the time when he too was challenged by the Airness to the equine game. [FreeDarko]
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