Read me at D-League Digest

Thursday, February 4, 2010

In case you've been living under a rock for the past few months (do people still use that expression?), there's a great D-League blog out there run by Steve Weinman called D-League Digest. Steve does great work over there, combining the quality reporting you expect from traditional news outlets with the quality opining and observations you expect from blogs. So, when he asked me if I'd be interested in hopping aboard as an official contributor, I jumped at the opportunity.

D-League Digest is part of the ESPN TrueHoop Network (backstory), which means the content on the blog is just three clicks away from ESPN's home know, if you have an aversion to direct hyperlinks or something.

For now, I'll be writing a weekly (Thursday) post for D-League Digest. It does not mean any major changes for Blog Talk BayHawk. I'm having a lot of fun with this blog and following the team this season as a season ticket holder, and I plan to continue writing it. Writing for D-League Digest simply gives me the chance to paint with a broader brush, to expand my thoughts to issues that span the D-League rather than focusing on just one team.

So, without further ado, click on over to read my first post at D-League Digest, "D-League All-Stars as NBA Players" and be sure to bookmark that site for future reading.


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Blog Talk BayHawk is an unofficial Erie BayHawks blog covering the NBA D-League. It features opinions and information about the NBADL and the Erie BayHawks. Blog Talk BayHawk is written from a basketball fan’s perspective to fill In the gaps left by professional journalists’ coverage of BayHawks basketball and the Erie professional basketball scene.

Matt Hubert is a 25-year-old writer and basketball fanatic born and raised in Erie, Pa. He graduated from Mercyhurst College in 2007 with a bachelor's degree in English and a dual concentration in writing and creative writing. Matt's not wavering from his stance as a lifelong Los Angeles Lakers fan, but he will cover the BayHawks' NBA affiliates in Cleveland and Toronto when it makes sense to do so throughout the year.

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