Penny Hardaway’s team is loaded, and could be the best Memphis team of All-Time. Here are five reasons why the odds are in their favor.
Penny Hardaway Is a Memphis Legend, but Does He Belong in the Basketball Hall of Fame?
Anfernee Hardaway was an All-Star and an All-NBA caliber player before he was injured. Did he do enough to make the Hall of Fame?
The Tigers Won a NIT Championship; Does That Mean a NCAA Run Is On the Horizon?
John Calipari won a NIT Championship as coach of the Memphis Tigers. Six years later his team played for an NCAA Championship. Can Penny repeat history?
A Case for Why the Memphis Tigers Have Already Done Enough to be an At-Large NCAA Team
The Memphis Tigers aren’t currently projected as a NCAA tournament team. I break down why this isn’t accurate and how the Tigers have done enough to be in the field of 68.
Sunday Will be the ‘Most Important’ Game for Penny and the Tigers, Until the Next One
Sunday will be the ‘most important’ game of Penny Hardaway’s coaching career. I break down why Memphis will win and revisit some other ‘important games’ in recent Tiger history.
Memphis vs. Everybody is Real, But So is Memphis vs. Memphis
Despite Memphis vs. Everybody being accurate, there is a segment of people from the city who enjoy being hyper critical. Especially when it comes to Penny and the Tigers.
Two Cents: Kobe’s 81; The Most Selfish Night in NBA History (1/27/2006)
Another column criticizing Kobe Bryant, this one from January, 2006 after he scored 81 points against the Toronto Raptors.
Two Cents: Give Heath a Break, He Deserves One (2/1/2006)
Column from February, 2006, defending embattled Razorback basketball coach, Stan Heath.