chemistry

LeBron and Wade take in a tennis match

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Perhaps you’re wondering what far-stretched angle I’m going to use to justify blogging about a LeBron James-Dwyane Wade tennis match. Well, first, here’s Wade talking about taking the King to the Sony Ericsson Open: The Miami Heat stars showed up at the Sony Ericsson Open to be part of a coin toss before world No. [more]

The Celtics bond in the shadow of the Green Monster

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The Celtics are getting back to that whole “chemistry first” thing that took them so far in 2008. That’s been a primary focus for them at camp and in the preseason, trying to get close to one another like the “Ubuntu” crowd was two years ago. ¬†They’ve spent a lot of nights just doing team [more]

Chicago counting on chemistry to make them elite

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Kyle Korver thinks the Chicago Bulls need to be mentioned in the top tier of the East, with Miami and Boston (and maybe Orlando, we like them there but you can argue that one). Most people have them as good but a notch below. How is Chicago going to get to that elite level, you [more]

Study: Winners touch a lot. Appropriately. We think.

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A recent study of the NBA outlined in the New York Times this morning states that there is a high correlation between the frequency of touching between teammates on the floor and their performance. From the NYTimes: In a paper due out this year in the journal Emotion, Mr. Kraus and his co-authors, Cassy Huang [more]