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Jimmy, Paul and Chris: How the West Might Be Won

Technically, the NBA’s offseason started the day after the NBA Finals were concluded. And officially, the next NBA season won’t start until late October…which means, as basketball fans, we should be taking it easy. Yeah, right. Within a couple of … Continue reading

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Why Celtics, Why: Trading Down and Looking Up

“Knowledge: once it’s obtained, it’s obtained.” – Kevin Garnett In the NBA, obtaining a couple of superstars is a prerequisite to competing for a title. Having three, with a solid squad of role players and X-factors, is required for building … Continue reading

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The Cleveland Cavaliers and Their Problem

Cleveland doesn’t have a Kevin Durant problem, it has a Cleveland problem: a problem that started back on June 24, 2013. After being left at the altar by LeBron James in the infamous 2010 blockbuster, The Decision, Cleveland was left … Continue reading

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The Finals Rookie Project

In the NBA, more so it seems than the other major sports, making it to and finding success in the Finals is more important than anything else. Westbrook averaged a triple double for a whole season? Kawhi was the best … Continue reading

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Predicting the Western Conference, Round 2

How things have changed! The Western Conference seems to be wide open, just one round in, with new and significant injuries to Thunder guard Russell Westbrook, Clippers forward Blake Griffin, and Warriors forward David Lee. Two of those three teams … Continue reading

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Predicting the Eastern Conference, Round 2

Quick question: what is the best playoff record for a team winning an NBA championship? Is it too early to talk about the Miami Heat claiming that spot this season? If you have no idea, and you’re guessing a team … Continue reading

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Brandon’s 2013 NBA Season Awards

In any sport, on any level, nothing boosts confidence more than recognition, and this could be accepted in many different ways: in written articles through the media, championship banners, and landing a spot on ESPN SportsCenter’s Top 10 Plays, to … Continue reading

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Predicting the Western Conference, Round 1

Since the great Michael Jordan’s retirement, the Western Conference has won 10 of the last 14 NBA championships. Funny enough, nine of those 10 rings were won by two teams that will be pitted against each other in the 1st … Continue reading

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Predicting the Eastern Conference, Round 1

For years, the Eastern Conference has been tagged as the weaker of the two conferences in the NBA, and possibly for good reason. This season, the Miami Heat and the New York Knicks were the only two teams to win … Continue reading

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Initial exam suggests likely torn ACL for Denver’s Danilo Gallinari

Yahoo! Sports NBA columnist Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that Denver Nuggets forward Danilo Gallinari may have a torn ACL after his injury against the Dallas Mavericks Thursday night. Initial exam suggests likely torn ACL for Denver’s Danilo Gallinari, source tells … Continue reading

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