Jan 13, 2014; Dallas, TX, USA; Dallas Mavericks super fan Don Knobler roots for his team as they take on the Orlando Magic during the second half at the American Airlines Center. The Mavericks defeated the Magic 107-88. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

NBA Daily Links: Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Happy Hump Day, NBA fans!

You know what I believe?  What’s that – you don’t care?  Too bad!  I think hump day ought to be a half day.  Whether you work full-time, or whether you go to school, every Wednesday should be a half day, plain and simple.  That would make getting over the hump so much easier, plus a hump is just a little bump, so this would just complete the symbolism.

Random idea, I know, but that’s my two cents today.

Okay: enough nonsense!  Link time!

Only four games in the NBA last night – here’s what went down.  [NBA.com]

Get ready . . . here it comes . . . your Morning Shootaround! [NBA]

And here is the Daily Dime, which discuss the return of Memphis’ Marc Gasol, among other things.  [ESPN]

Here’s an interesting article I tracked down: the pluses and minuses of being smart on the basketball court.  [Bleacher Report]  There are minuses to being smart?

What do Gary Payton, Jason Kidd, and Damian Lillard all have in common?  Check it out.  [Sports Illustrated]

The J.R. Smith soap opera took another turn last night when he was DNP against the Charlotte Bobcats.   Check it out here.  [Sporting News]

And your Boston Celtics link of the day: are the Cs close to shipping Jordan Crawford out of town?  [b/r]



Tags: Boston Celtics

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