Linsanity Should Happen Again

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Jeremy Lin is currently the point guard for the Houston Rockets, the backup point guard. Patrick Beverley is the starter. This is not to say that Jeremy Lin is playing the way he was in New York by any means, but the Rckets are definitely mismanaging him. He gets paid about $6 million this season, […] READ MORE


Why Are The Chicago Bulls So Good

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I have found myself staring at this Chicago Bulls lineup at times, completely wondering why this team is 4th, and competing for 3rd, in the Eastern Conference, and why they are so good. They are without Derrick Rose for the entire season, and played better after his second knee injury. They traded Luol Deng to […] READ MORE


Under the Radar NBA MVP’s

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For the most part, every analyst and sports reporter has narrowed the 2013-2014 NBA MVP race down to two candidates: LeBron James and Kevin Durant. With James averaging 26.7 points, 6.9 rebounds, 6.5 assists, and 1.6 steals per game, and Durant averaging 31.8 points, 7.6 rebounds, 5.5 assists, and  1.4 steals, who wouldn’t have these […] READ MORE


LeBron James May Attend Zydrunas Ilgauskas' Jersey Retirement

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LeBron James had an illustrious seven-year career in Cleveland and obviously is without doubt the greatest player to ever play for the Cavaliers. Many Clevelanders like myself were very bitter about him leaving, but time heals wounds (my wounds at least). He did a lot for the city that had a terrible franchise, and helped […] READ MORE


Clippers Land Danny Granger

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After a bizarre situation in Indiana where they traded their eight-year player Danny Granger to the Philadelphia 76ers for Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen, the 76ers bought out his contract and released him. Granger was then rumored to want to sign with the Miami Heat, to seek revenge on the Pacers for trading him. However, […] READ MORE


Best Spots for Carmelo to Land in Next Season

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As far as I’m concerned, Carmelo Anthony will be leaving the New York Knicks next season. He is averaging 28.2 poings, 3.0 assists, and 8.6 rebounds per game this year, with nothing to show for it. The Knicks are a disappointing 21-36, and after predictions of playoff hopes at the beginning of the season, the […] READ MORE


Winners and Losers at the NBA Trade Deadline

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The 2014 NBA Trade Deadline was one that was supposed to be filled with major moves.  It was hyped up by rumors of superstars and great players being traded and helping teams make strong runs in the final 25 games or so of the season, and into the NBA playoffs. However, it was one of […] READ MORE


Cavs Takeaways From All-Star Weekend

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The Cleveland Cavaliers have had a very busy week, recently firing Chris Grant, then coming off a 4 game winning streak before the All-Star break. Having 2 participants in 3 competitions during All-Star Weekend (Dion Waiters, Rising Stars Challenge, & Kyrie Irving, 3-Point Contest & All-Star Game), there were a ton of takeaways from All-Star […] READ MORE


2014 Dunk Contest was an Extreme Disappointment

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This year’s 2014 Slam-Dunk Contest was anticipated to be a positive new addition to All-Star Saturday, featuring the likes of great players/dunkers, and new, refined elements. The contest featured six contestants, three from the Eastern Conference (Paul George, John Wall, Terrence Ross), and three from the Western Conference (Damian Lillard, Harrison Barnes, Ben McLemore). The […] READ MORE


Career Night For Anthony Bennett as Cavs Win Third Straight

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Anthony Bennett: This man continues to impress me. After all the adversity he’s dealt with; the shoulder injury, the boos from his home crowd shortly after his debut, his weight issues, his slumps in 2013, the list goes on. He has now lost 30 pounds since he was drafted. He’s averaged 10.8 points and 5.5 […] READ MORE