Links on a Pole (1/6/17)

Laieke Abebe – For The Charlotte Hornets, Now Comes the Hard Part

Abebe is a great follow on twitter if you don’t mind never-ending NBA tweets. This is a short article on the Hornets, and doesn’t feature nearly enough Jeremy Lamb love. But I’ll let that slide. This time.

Tamberlyn Richardson – NBA Rookie Report through January 1, 2017

Tamber is smart, kind, and important. She also never sleeps. She’s been awesome since joining the Thunderous Intentions team, even if she does talk about the Toronto Raptors too much in our top secret Thunder group chat.

Nadia Archuleta – Colorado Avalanche: 5 AHLers to Play Now

I recently tweeted that I’d watch the Avs again if they used nothing but players 27 and under. Nadia obviously took my tweet and turned this into a column looking at five AHL players who should be playing over the old guys. At least, I assume she wants to replace the old guys in the lineup. Maybe she wants to replace Duchene and Landeskog with AHLers. It’s what the Avs are about to do anyway.

Steve Cook – Cook’s NFL Picks: Wild Card Weekend

Cook has been picking NFL games all season. I don’t know how he does it. All I know is I told him to bet against the Panthers every weekend to ensure he’d have a good record.

If you’re a writer or know a writer, and want me to include a story in the daily links, just link me to the article on Twitter. You won’t become famous, but at least one new set of eyes will read your work. And you should always be proud to share your work with others. As always, make sure to check out the links on the side of the page for some great writers that I’m proud to write alongside. 

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