The Boxscore Geeks Show: Can't Hurry Love

Dre and Arturo are back to talk the Love trade that finally happened. The 76ers and defense also come up.


Sometimes, I'm Right When I Wish I Wasn't

This was me, 2.5 years ago:

So, let's be frank: barring injury or huge dropoffs in production, there is nearly zero chance that Love exercises that option (regardless of whether he wants to remain a Timberwolf, since he'd make more money by opting out and signing a new contract), so this was a three-year extension. It's truly hard to imagine how a management team could screw up while signing the team's best player, but somehow, Taylor and/or Kahn managed to do it.


NBAGeek Moves to Cleveland

Over the weekend, the Cleveland Cavaliers, Minnesota Timberwolves, and Philadelphia 76ers finalized the trade that sent Kevin Love to Cleveland. The trade also included the rights to my fan hood, which went from Minnesota to Cleveland (in exchange for future considerations).

I grew up in Minnesota, but I moved away long ago. By the time I left, I wasn't a fan at all, and I barely followed the team. It was only Kevin Garnett that roped me back in. And when that Kevin left, I transferred my fandom to Boston. It was fun to watch all the longtime Celtics fans realize that Bill Simmons was full of it. Remember this, Celtics fans?


NBAGeek Takes ALS Challenge

Not much basketball today, I'm afraid, but I did get on the Slacktivism bandwagon to help raise a little money for ALS:


The Boxscore Geeks Show: Drake, the Turnover Era, and Robert Horry

The Boxscore Geeks show is back. We dive into historical numbers, "debate" Robert Horry's Hall of Fame accolades, and give Drake diplomatic immunity.