Chris Murch

Writer

Location icon United States of America

An NYC based scribbler with a deep love of writing, researching and editing. Words: Fansided, SB Nation, USA TODAY Sports Media Group sites: NBA Analysis Network & OKC Thunder News Wire and more.

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Clips Nation
02/14/2019
This Isn't 4th Down: The Clippers Don't Look to be Punting the Rest of the Season

"Dead to rights" is a phrase that I learned this season when reading our Editor-in-Chief, Robert Flom's work. According to W.S. Farmer & J.L. Henley's, Slang and Its Analogues, vol. 2 (1891), "dead to rights" means "certain; without doubt," and asserts that it is simply an amplification of the earlier term "to rights," meaning "completely to one's satisfaction."

Clips Nation
02/26/2019
Hop on the Montrezl Harrell Bandwagon Before It Blows By You

In watching nearly all of the LA Clippers' games this season, there are two constants. One is seeing Lou Williams get the ultimate green light, and more often than not, being the hero the Clippers have needed all season.

Sir Charles In Charge
04/10/2018
Making Basketball Great Again: Breaking down the wacky world of NBA music

Sports and rap music go together like Jerry Ferrara and backwards fitted's circa 2005. There really isn't one without the other. You hear this quote said often but I really do think it rings true.... "Athletes want to be rappers, Rappers want to be athletes."

Hoops Habit
09/25/2018
Orlando Magic: Could they be this year's 2017-18 Indiana Pacers?

On July 23, ESPN gathered over 40 NBA reporters to put together early preseason power rankings. Consistency at the top and bottom is something that has been a constant in the NBA over the last few years. However, this offseason featured some shaking up.

Super Stan Sports
02/18/2018
2018 NBA All-Star Starters & Their Rap Equivalents

Sports and rap music go together like Jerry Ferrara and backwards fitted's circa 2005. There really isn't one without the other. You hear this quote said often but I really do think it rings true.... "Athletes wanna be rappers, Rappers wanna be athletes." This is why we see athletes like Lonzo Ball releasing terrible projects.

Sir Charles In Charge
05/16/2018
Ballin' For Business: NBA players and their LinkedIn profiles

With the NBA being the third highest valued sports league in the world at just shy of $6 billion a year, it's not surprising to see some players want a piece of that pie. Today, I take a deep dive into the interesting world of NBA LinkedIn pages Isn't it crazy that pieces of paper run the world?

Clips Nation
10/21/2018
Avery Bradley Has Struggled Offensively in his Clippers' Career

This summer, the Los Angeles Clippers made Avery Bradley a very rich man, signing the 27 year-old to a two-year, $25 million deal. This deal was thought to be solid due to the Clippers new mantra of "Clamp City" and Bradley's relative youth despite being an 8-year veteran.

OKC Thunder Wire
10/22/2018
Terrance Ferguson has apparently deleted all social media pages

By: Chris Murch | October 22, 2018 10:40 am Terrance Ferguson has been receiving a lot of backlash for his play so far this season. While he has started the last three games, in place of the injured Andre Roberson, his production has been almost nonexistent.

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