Curry and Parker

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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Durant Westbrook

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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LeBron Carmelo

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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The NBA Playoff Push: Final 2 Weeks

As we approach the last two weeks of the NBA regular season, we are starting to see major storylines develop.  Over the years, no part of the regular season has been more exciting than the closing weeks, where over half … Continue reading

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Louisville’s Kevin Ware breaks leg

On February 26th, 2007, NBA guard Shaun Livingston suffered a major, career-changing knee injury during a game against the Charlotte Bobcats.  The gruesome scene was definitely hard to stomach, and unfortunately, Livingston was never able to play up to expectations. … Continue reading

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Kobe Bryant climbs to fourth on scoring list, surpasses Wilt

When it comes to scoring buckets, there are only three players ahead of Kobe Bryant: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Karl Malone, and Michael Jordan. On Saturday night, against the Sacramento Kings, Bryant slipped past Wilt Chamberlain’s 31,419-point mark, and currently sits fourth on … Continue reading

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What’s next for the fallen Jayhawks?

The Kansas Jayhawks had reason to hold their heads high in the first half of last night’s game versus the Michigan Wolverines. Unfortunately, after proving they were a legitimate one seed in the tournament, they hit rock bottom, similar to … Continue reading

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