NBA Power Rankings in 140 Characters

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Social media dominates many of our lives, with Twitter being at the forefront. It’s a beautiful thing really, only 140 characters to read and trends tailored to our needs. My personal favorite thing about social media is the gold mine that is #NBATwitter. #NBATwitter can be divided up into #CavsTwitter and #BullsTwitter, and you can […] READ MORE


Active NBA Players Headed to the Basketball Hall of Fame

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The Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame is located in Springfield, Massachusetts, just under 2 hours from Boston. Inside these halls, basketball history is shelved and put on display for all to appreciate and revel in. The greatest of all time are enshrined in Springfield, and while the process is confusing and secretive, members of the […] READ MORE


Top 5 NBA Draft Prospects 2.0

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A month ago, we looked at the top NBA prospects in the lower levels and we have some new members in our top 5. Last month’s ranking is the number beside the name. Jahlil Okafor, Duke (Center) (2) Okafor is the most polished big man to come out of the college ranks in a very […] READ MORE


2015 NBA Draft – Top 5 Prospects

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Here’s an early look at five of the top prospects expected to be eligible for the 2015 NBA Draft. Emmanuel Mudiay PG, Congo Emmanuel Mudiay is a John Wall clone as he is an explosive athlete who can’t shoot. Mudiay has some character concerns as he didn’t have the grades to play for Larry Brown […] READ MORE


NBA: Cavaliers Should Trade Kyrie Irving for Rajon Rondo

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Recently, the Cleveland Cavaliers have stumbled out of the gate, limping to a 1-2 record through their first three games of the young NBA season. This has come from poor defense, being too passive on offense, and sometimes just plain unwillingness to play hard. The Cavs need a spark to jump start this team (a […] READ MORE


Analyzing the Cleveland Cavaliers Blunders in the Season Opener

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In possibly the most anticipated home opener in the history of sports, the Cleveland Cavaliers fell to the New York Knicks by a score of 95-90. The 3-headed monster of Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love, and LeBron James debuted, but left much to be desired. James looked extremely passive on offense and didn’t attack the basket […] READ MORE


NBA Rookie of the Year Predictions

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The NBA Rookie of the Year award is always given to the most outstanding rookie in the league. Past winners of the award are LeBron James, Blake Griffin, and most recently, Michael Carter-Williams. Today, we are going to be looking at the rookies with the best chance to go home with some hardware in 2014-2015. […] READ MORE


2014 Cleveland Cavaliers Season Preview

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Our 2014 Cleveland Cavaliers season preview is a position-by-position breakdown of the team as they embark on their quest to bring Cleveland its first NBA Championship. Point guards Kyrie Irving Kyrie Irving is the most promising point guard in the NBA today. Two years younger than both John Wall and Damian Lilliard, Irving already has two All-Star […] READ MORE


Anthony Davis will be your new NBA MVP this Season

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Anthony Davis is going to be the best player in the league one day. Unless somebody comes out of nowhere, it is going to be time to bow down to Brow. While Davis won’t be the best player in the league this year, he will win MVP honors. Anthony Davis winning the MVP next year? […] READ MORE


The NBA Players Most Likely to Break the Backboard

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A backboard hasn’t been broken in the NBA for a long time. Shaquille O’Neal was the last to break a backboard when he basically dismantled the entire hoop. Basket technology has improved over the years to prevent the stoppages they would need to fix the hoops and avert possible injuries. Daryl Dawkins rocking the rim to pieces […] READ MORE