Posts Tagged ‘Chris Mullin’

March 6, Ron Artest and St. Johns

March 7, 2011 Leave a comment

Hey guys,

As a tribute to the recent success of the St. John’s Red Storm, I’m going to put up a video on the always entertaining Ron Artest. Artest is one of the last great players to come from the Red Storm. Enjoy.


Hello World! February 18, 2011

February 18, 2011 Leave a comment

Hey guys,

Reggie Miller and his silky smooth 3-point shot. Image courtesy of

So today marks the first post in this blog’s history, quite the momentous occasion. I had a direction I wanted to take this first blog post, but the NBA world decided to intervene  by making an egregious decision in my estimation.

Reggie Miller

How is it that Reggie Miller, the best 3-point shooter in NBA history with 2,560 3-point field goals according to (yes, I know Ray Allen just passed him, but Reggie is the king,) did not make it onto the NBA Hall of Fame ballot in his first year of eligibility. Players who did make the ballot include Dennis Rodman, Chris Mullin, and ten others. I will be the first person to say that the NBA is the professional sport I know the least about, but at the same time I know that Reggie Miller is one of the greatest players of my generation. No offense to Rodman and Mullin, but Reggie is better. Plain and simple. That being said, here is my video tribute to the great Reggie Miller. My friends that are Knicks fans will not appreciate this video, but I don’t care…. this was amazing.