If you hadn’t heard, the NLL kicked off its preseason play this past weekend, and one city in particular seems very excited for the return of professional box lacrosse. What city is that? Philadelphia, where Philly Wings’ player Kevin Crowley is being featured on commemorative cups…during NBA games.
Tag Archives | NBA
Kacy Small is back on LAS with another great article. Last time, Kacy talked about the differences between FIL and NCAA lacrosse rules, and now he’s back with a fantastic Friday post on his Lacrosse Dream Team, culling athletes from the NBA, NFL, and professional boxing. He makes a strong argument for why his chosen athletes would see success. What do you think… could we get some of these guys to pick up a stick?
As a culture we seem to be obsessed with fighting in and around sporting events. I don’t like all the fisticuffs, but if it’s going to happen, it needs to happen the right way.
Welcome to the Temple of Laxman! It will make sense when you read the post. Or not. We’ve got some Old School, a great lacrosse photo of a stick breaking and NBA opinion. It’s the weekend! Let’s celebrate.
This week’s Hot Pot features a deeper look into the Canadian Lacrosse League, also known as CLax. The league now has 6 teams, and all of them are in Ontario, which is a little weird. Still, good things are on the horizon for CLax we think!
Is the NBA really going to cancel the first two weeks of their season? Yes. Are they going to cancel the whole season? We don’t know, but if they did, the sport of lacrosse could definitely benefit from it!
Why can’t lax people figure out the zone defense and what it really means for the Sport of Lacrosse? Connor Wilson breaks down the zone defense, busts some myths and even tells you how to score and beat a zone defense.
The NLL is once again broadcasting games on TV. This is a good thing, but the presentation is FAR from perfect. Connor Wilson has some critique that will help improve the product of the broadcasts and draw in new fans. Seems pretty simple. Is anyone listening? What are your thoughts on the NLL on TV?
When someone or something desires the limelight only to wilt under the new-found pressure.
A current college scout gives his take on the best prospects and who should be taken in the 2010 NBA Draft lottery.
Your favorite vacation o’ links is back for the summer. Please consult a doctor before consuming your dose of Spoon highlights.
Welcome the another weekly edition of the Spoon Feed here on Lax All Stars. If you’re trapped indoors due to huge snowdrifts this could be the most entertaining thing you look at all day so brace yourself because it’s time for a dose of the greatest junk the internet had to offer this past week.
Welcome the another weekly edition of the Spoon Feed here on Lax All Stars. Because we just had a giant grassroots marketing campaign, this might be a good time to remind our readers what to expect from the Feed each week.
The weekly highlights from our network site The Spoon Feed. The Feed is back and better than ever in 2010 so strap in and set your phasers to stun.
Mitch shares his New Year’s resolutions and tries not to come off as condescending or arrogant. Spoiler alert: Nick Jonas makes a cameo.
After spending time overseas in Europe, Brett has some words to drop about pro basketball. Brandon Jennings, Oden, Melo, D-Wade… it’s all after the jump.
I’m going to take a break from chest thumping, burping, and making inappropriate jokes about your relatives for one second because I want to get in touch with my emotions.
…And Monday-Thursday too! We’ve re-tooled the Feed and now got a TOP 5 listed. But that’s not all! You can also check the rest at our new network site. Open wide.