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JP Pelosi

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About

I'm a journalist in Sydney and run a basketball site called The Half Court Press and a rugby league blog called Six More Tackles.

Member Since:
 
January 2012
Based In:
 
Sydney
Favourite Sports:
Football, League,

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It’ll take more than Texas-sized stats for the Rockets to beat the Mavs and Spurs

It'll take more than Texas-sized stats for the Rockets to beat the Mavs and Spurs

18 Apr 2015

Basketball is most compelling when two opposing styles meet. For instance, when a fast-breaking team that thrives on inspiration comes up against a half-court offense that uses set plays.

Major League Baseball is better with a few choice storylines: Here are seven

Major League Baseball is better with a few choice storylines: Here are seven

27 Mar 2015

Crack open the peanuts and get a fresh cold one – baseball is back! This is the time of year when hope soars like a perfectly struck curveball, when every team has a chance at winning all 162 games, and indeed, of attaining World Series glory.

Why Miami Heat are hotter than you think

Why Miami Heat are hotter than you think

10 Mar 2015

There’s no need to worry, Miami Heat fans. Despite the setback of losing your All-Star big man for the season, something’s still simmering in south east Florida.

The NBA’s best player now its most angry

The NBA's best player now its most angry

19 Feb 2015

Kevin Durant is pissed off. Though it’s not entirely clear whether the Oklahoma City Thunder star is genuinely upset, or if he’s simply tired of being a nice guy.

Is it uncool to support the Utah Jazz?

Is it uncool to support the Utah Jazz?

11 Feb 2015

With Aussie Dante Exum on their roster, the Utah Jazz seem infinitely cooler, don’t they?

Why LeBron’s brilliance won’t be enough

Why LeBron's brilliance won't be enough

10 Jun 2014

We all know pro basketball can descend into a game of mine is bigger than yours. That’s the way LeBron James plays it anyway.