Because I'm tired discussing Kobe trade scenarios. By all means, everyone else can continue, but I see this fizzling once Mitch Kupchek asks for Andray Blatche, and Ernie Grunfeld says no.
- I, for one, am very happy to see Ivan Carter discussing the other awful stretch of last season: the start. With all the continuity on this year's team, that simply can't happen again. This team has no excuses for not starting fast.
- Jermaine O'Neal and Troy Murphy are doubtful for tomorrow's game.
A couple more Post updates: Oleksiy Pecherov is out for one to two weeks with an ankle sprain, and Gil is apparently "ready," but not the real Gil yet.
The only season preview you'll ever have to read. Actually, read this one too. This one, not so much.
Detroit Bad Boys places Gil third in the MVP race behind Kobe and Yao, which strikes me as kind of odd, but whatever.
- This is nice...yet another blogger who's high on the Wizards.
I'll be back later. Drop any other relevant links you find in the comments section.
Update [2007-10-30 17:42:38 by Pradamaster]: More links for your pleasure.
- Hey Ernie, don't trade Gil for Kobe, because Agent Bog will flip out.
- Michael Wilbon, in his season preview, put us at fourth in the East and set to play Cleveland in the first round. Sounds about right.
- Speaking of the Cavs, Sasha Pavlovic finally signed today, for three years at somewhere between 4-5 million per season.
- Sports Business Daily listed Bullets Forever as the seventh-best NBA blog on the net, ahead of Golden State of Mind, Blazers Edge, and Yay! Sports. I'm honored, to be perfectly honest. If I were to rank this site, I don't know if I'd even go that far, so kudos to everyone who's made this place so great.
- Old man Juwan Howard signed with Dallas today, where he'll play behind Dirk Nowitzki. Too bad this isn't 1996.
- A synopsis of one of my favorite statistical toys, adjusted plus/minus, courtesy 82 Games.