We’re really excited to launch a new series, Armchair 3’s 30 in 30, beginning this Sunday! My vision for 30 in 30 is exactly like it sounds — we’ll examine in-depth all 30 NBA teams over the course of 30 days. We’ll tell you our biggest surprise and disappointment from that team this season, its MVP, its playoff chances and the organization’s future outlook, all rolled up in one post with (hopefully) insightful analysis.
The series will run alphabetically, so the first post Sunday will chronicle the Atlanta Hawks’ 2012-13 run and examine their future. Do the Hawks have attractive enough assets to make a run at Dwight Howard? How is Danny Ferry doing in his first year on the job? (Hint: I think really well.) And so on and so forth.
As for what this means for the rest of the blog’s content, we’ll still try to tackle the day’s biggest headlines and give you analysis as it happens, especially around the Feb. 21 trade deadline, but other posting will be limited, as we are, unfortunately, a small operation.
This is fortunately the first of many exciting developments we have coming your way in the near future, so please stay tuned. To all the NBA fans out there who continue to read along, we appreciate the support and hope you’ll stay with us moving forward.
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