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2012 NBA All-Star Game: Key Players Who Should Be in Orlando This February

2012 NBA All-Star Game: Key Players Who Should Be in Orlando This February


As seen on Bleacherreport.com I’m sure by now, we all know the NBA All-Star Game isn’t exactly a showcase of the league’s best talent. Over the years, plenty of players have found themselves suiting up to represent their respective conferences without putting in the work on the court to earn their spot on the team. […]

Block of the Night


Durant wasn’t expecting to be on this side of what would have been a highlight reel dunk. But Jason Smith had his own agenda.

Dunk of the Night: Chris Bosh With the Spin Cycle

Dunk of the Night: Chris Bosh With the Spin Cycle


The forgotten third wheel of the Miami trio took some time to fly solo to remind everyone why he’s a star in this league. Personally, I didn’t know Bosh had that kind of athleticism in him (maybe I just don’t pay attention). Either way, this was definitely the play of the game as the Heat […]

Times Done Changed: Clippers Living up to Expectations

Times Done Changed: Clippers Living up to Expectations


When you think of the Clippers, what words come to mind? Bad. Terrible. Joke. For years, the Los Angeles Clippers have been the red-headed stepchild of the NBA. No one took them seriously. But not this year’s squad. There’s something different about the Clippers this year. I can’t put my finger on it but it […]

Kobe Bryant’s Most Memorable Performances: The Embryonic Stage (1996-2000)

Kobe Bryant’s Most Memorable Performances: The Embryonic Stage (1996-2000)


This edition of Kobe Bryant’s Most Memorable Performances highlights the first four seasons of the young guard out of Lower Merion High School. Afro Kobe. The ridiculously athletic with jump-out-the-gym hops Kobe. Number 8. Before the beef with Shaq. Before the dynasty. Before the trial. Before the number change. This is Kobe in his rawest form. You […]

NBA Trade Rumors: Chris Paul and Dwight Howard’s Futures Still Very Much Unknown

NBA Trade Rumors: Chris Paul and Dwight Howard’s Futures Still Very Much Unknown


The NBA has officially returned and David Stern is back on his B.S. The opening to the NBA off-season this weekend has been nothing short of dramatic. Rumors have been flying left and right about where certain stars may end up by the start of the season. Dwight Howard and Chris Paul have been the […]

The Big Diesel: The Most Dominant Force in NBA History

The Big Diesel: The Most Dominant Force in NBA History


The man of many names announced to all of his twitter followers last week that he would be retiring from the game of basketball after 19 long enduring NBA seasons. Shaquille O’Neal was an unstoppable force in the NBA and could only be slowed down by one person—father time. From the time period of Michael […]