Gayby's Monday Musings




Apologies for the skimpy list this week. Holiday obligations coupled with a best friend’s wedding (photo evidence, above) hampered my basketball pulse-taking abilities. Eight and counting - The San Antonio Spurs remain atop the Western Conference with an NBA best record of 23-3. Winners of eight straight, the Spurs take on the new-look .500 Phoenix Suns tonight at the AT&T Center. On Saturday, the Suns acquired Vince Carter, Mickael Pietrus, and Marcin Gortat from the Orlando Magic in exchange for Hedo Turkoglu and Jason Richardson. Upcoming schedule
  • Tonight - Home versus Phoenix Suns @7:30 PM (Fox Sports Southwest)
  • Wednesday - Home versus Denver Nuggets @ 7:30 PM (Fox Sports Southwest)
  • Thursday- Away versus Orlando Magic @ 7:00 PM (TNT)
  • Sunday- Home versus Washington Wizards @ 6:00 PM (Fox Sports Southwest)
DeJuan Blair’s Twitter Affirmation of the Week - Guru. Woe is KD - Sigh. Dozen Matter- A quarter through the 2010-2011 NBA season and there have already been four 12-game winning streaks — San Antonio Spurs (12), Dallas Mavericks (12), Boston Celtics (13 and counting), and the Miami Heat (12 and counting). Current 1-8 NBA Standings (As of Monday, December 20 at 12 PM) Eastern/Western
  • 1 - Boston Celtics (22-4)             San Antonio Spurs (23-3)
  • 2- Miami Heat (21-8)                  Dallas Mavericks (21-5)
  • 3- Chicago Bulls (16-9)               Los Angeles Lakers (21-7)
  • 4 -Orlando Magic (16-10)           Oklahoma City Thunder (19-9)
  • 5- Atlanta Hawks (17-12)            Utah Jazz (19-9)
  • 6- New York Knicks (16-12)       Denver Nuggets (16-10)
  • 7- Indiana Pacers (12-14)            New Orleans Hornets (16-11)
  • 8- Philadelphia 76ers (11-16)     Trail Blazers (14-14) & Suns (13-13)
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