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Letter to FMFS Readers

February 11, 2011


I have received plenty of e-mails and text messages from close friends asking about the site and why it hasn’t been updated in a while. Well, I’ve just been thinking and I believe Tumblr is a better site to do most of my blogging. No, won’t die, nor be transformed, but if you want the daily videos, rumors and highlights of the league go to Here, I will use the WordPress platform as a blog to breakdown and analyze current things in the league. I will probably only post once to twice a week, but definitely more in-depth material. Not just your one word sentences and critiques. Bear with us, as this transition is made. I appreciate the love and concern. Please keep following FMFS.

Thank you,





Chris Paul Breaks Tony Parker’s Ankles

January 23, 2011

The San Antonio Spurs 15-game win streak came to a screeching stop last night as the Hornets won 96-72. Chris Paul provided 11 points, six assists and six boards in 31 minutes of work. Oh, and this SICK crossover. Sorry Tony P.

Kevin Durant’s Game Winner

January 23, 2011

In a stunning fashion, the Oklahoma City Thunder’s Kevin Durant hit a game winning shot as time expired. Knicks fans sulk in defeat.

Time Travel: Kobe’s 81

January 22, 2011

Five years ago on one beautiful night in Los Angeles, Kobe Bryant took his game to another level. The Toronto Raptors had the a first person view of his amazing performance where he scored 81 points. Only Wilt Chamberlain has scored more points in a game. Not Michael, Magic, Bird or any other NBA star scored more than Bryant’s 81, except for Wilt. Kobe shot 28-of-46 from the floor, including 7-of-13 from 3-point range, and 18-of-20 from the foul line. Lakers won the game 122-104.

Kobe would win the league’s scoring title and take Kwame Brown, Chris Mims, Smush Parker and Luke Walton to the playoffs. Lakers eventually lost in the first round. Kobe was robbed of the MVP trophy.

Time Travel: Kevin Johnson

January 21, 2011

In the tall list of great point gods, Phoenix Suns fans can look to more than one. We all know about Steve Nash’s tremendous career in the 2000’s, but in the 1990’s there was a fireball of a point guard who had more will and determination than most. Multiple All-Star games and multiple All-NBA appearances, Kevin Johnson was one Michael Jordan championship away from winning a ring. He never won a ring, but he did display the fire and ferociousness that would plague a generation to form the Allen Iversons and Chris Pauls of the future. If it wasn’t for troubling knee injuries maybe his sun would have shined brighter. As for now, we just salue him from FMFS.

KJ for President!

2011 NBA All-Star Jerseys Revealed

January 20, 2011

Um, yea.. OK. I don’t get it.

Nothing will ever top 1996.

Monta Ellis’ Game Winner

January 20, 2011

The important of Monta Ellis’ 36 points came with 0.6 secs left as he drained this game winner. Clutch to say the least.