Chris Wilcox

Boston Celtics #44 - Center

  • Born: 09/03/82
  • Age: 39
  • Height: 6-10
  • Weight: 235

The Doppelgänger Machine finds the perfect match for Wizards center Moritz Wagner

I should have started this doppelgänger series with Moritz Wagner. After all, he’s German and it’s a compound German word, which mushes together doppel (meaning double) and gänger (meaning walker...

Ranking Every Single Detroit Pistons Player of the Past Decade

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A definitive ranking of all 90 players to suit up for the Detroit Pistons for the past decade.

All-time Boston Celtic teams by state/region

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The following is my subjective list of the all-time Celtics teams by state, or when lacking enough players, by region.

Pistons can copycat their way to offensive respectability by borrowing from the Warriors

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Starting the Golden State Warriors’ split screens, we’re stealing smart concepts from around the league to help Detroit’s sputtering offense.

Calling all P&T Mailbag questions: Round 2

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Your favorite bimonthly semi-annual whim is back!

Where are they now? The 2007-08 Seattle SuperSonics

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Nine years later, where are the last players to suit up for the Sonics?

Draft Night Wonders and Blunders

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You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll wander around in a daze as we review the last 15 years of behind-the-scenes draft night machinations of the New Jersey and Brooklyn Nets.

Warriors @ Clippers Recap

Late-February basketball is upon us.

Will Terrence Ross reach his potential this year?

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This season will be crucial for Terrence Ross. Could he be ready to break out in a new role off the bench in the final year of his rookie deal?

Steve Blake: Portland's Mr. Tenacity

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Somebody asks us who's the most tenacious Trail Blazer and we have an easy answer.

Ranking the NBA: Harden leads underwhelming group

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Almost done! Today we cover the Shooting Guard position, arguably the weakest in the NBA.

The curious case of Rodney Stuckey

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Inconsistency, injuries, and, most of all, a general manager’s unrealistic expectations made Stuckey’s Pistons career a disappointing one.