His first post focused less on how he keeps Orlando Magics Dwight Howard from getting too low in the post, and more about the actual profession of a workhorse-type mid-level NBA player.
Included were some of the basic mechanics of his financial preparation for the recent NBA lockout and some ruminations on the should-I-stay-or-should-I-go? conflict that so many players had to sort through this summer.
Collison has a great sense of humor, as he proved in his 1,600-word post. On the topic of spending much of the summer with his 5-year-old daughter, he wrote: My mindset quickly shifted from things like How is the pick and roll coverage with Jason Kidd handling different from Jason Terry? to thoughts like I hope the other kids are still too young to make fun of her hair because I sure as hell have no idea what to do with it.
Chicken-Fried News sure looks forward to viewing the 2011-12 NBA season through Collison-tinted goggles.