More Coach Wooden, on his 99th birthday, as relayed by Esquire: "Coming off the floor after the NCAA semifinal win over Louisville in 1975, it just hit me: Time to go. It was an emotional thing. I can't explain it. I went to the dressing room, congratulated my players. I said, 'I don't know how we'll do against Kentucky, but regardless of the outcome, I never had a team give me more pleasure. It's been a great year, and I'm proud of you. This will be the last team I'll ever coach.'"
Baron Davis' tactical advantage, in video.
The Magic shoot the lights out.
Joakim Noah made three hook shots in one game. He was also a monster getting blocks and rebounds.
The suggestion Paul Pierce would re-work his contract to help the Celtics get more talent in the long run. (First discussed here.)
Optimism, from a plus/minus expert, about Kevin Durant's future. Also, Wayne Winston's plus/minus case for Russell Westbrook. And, a smart look at how other Thunder players performed with and without Durant.
Pistons fans are in love with Will Bynum.
It's in the realm of possibility that Jerry Sloan could end his career with more wins than any other NBA coach.
Phil Jackson is a big believer that geography can play a big role in helping a team win.