The Water Cooler

Most Overpaid and Underpaid Players

On the radio today I heard that the Jazz’s very own Joe Johnson has the second highest career earnings of any Forward in NBA history at $210,061,971. Johnson is primarily […]

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Open Letter to NBA GMs: Lonzo Ball, Buyers Beware

Dear NBA GMs, The Playoffs are coming into focus for some of you, the rest are headed into draft prep. As you know, the draft is the great equalizer in […]

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Russell Westbrook: Historical Comparisons

I about blew a gasket the other day when I read that Russell Westbrook is averaging more rebounds per game (10.5) this season than Karl Malone (10.1) did in his […]

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MVP Watch

Choosing this year’s MVP is going to be tough. This season has been full of remarkable performances so far. In fact, currently there are nine players averaging at least 26 […]

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Statistically Elite

  What players are statistically elite? Last season, Steph Curry had an amazing season, one of the finest ever, and barely enters the conversation of the statistically elite. In looking […]

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6 Questions for a Cavs Repeat

The Cavs have locked down their first NBA Championship in franchise history. Other than Lebron James being a Free Agent, the main core is still under contract. If the Cavs want […]

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The NBA All-Villain Team

With everybody’s favorite villain hanging them up at the end of this season, who will assume Kobe’s role as the NBA’s villain? Fans all over the country loved hating Kobe. […]

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All-time greatest players

NBA at 70: The NBA’s Greatest Players

When I was in High School, the NBA celebrated it’s 50th Anniversary by selecting the NBA’s Greatest Players. I was fascinated with this team. My parents got me a beautiful […]

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What Do James Harden’s 715 Free Throws Tell Us?

In the 2014-15 season James Harden made 715 Free Throws. This total represents the 12th highest total made by any NBA player in the 74 year history of the league. It’s also […]

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