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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Basketball

Rajon Rondo Has Made a Habit of Beating the Buzzer

In his fifth year in the NBA out of Kentucky, Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo has established himself as one of the premier point guards in the league. He leads the NBA in assists per game with 13.4 — nearly three assists more than the guy in second, Steve Nash. He’s second only to…Read More

Grandmama Sweet Tea by Larry Johnson Coming to a Store Near You

Many of us haven’t heard from Larry Johnson for a while — not the running back who can’t stay out of trouble — but the former basketball player. Johnson starred on UNLV’s 1990 title team, was selected first overall in the ’91 NBA draft, and along with Alonzo Mourning, made the Charlotte Hornets cool. We…Read More

LeBron James on Cavs 55-Point Loss: Karma is a B****

A lot of asterisks on LBS today, but that’s just the type of day it’s already shaping up to be.  If LeBron James was serious when he said he wants to embrace his role as a villain, he’s off to a good start.  It apparently offends King James that Cavaliers fans wanted him to stay…Read More

Derrick Rose Should Be in the Dunk Contest, Not Brandon Jennings

Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose is listed at 6-foot-3 — not exactly short, but below average by NBA standards. What he lacks in height he more than makes up for with his vertical leap, which is reportedly in the neighborhood of 40 inches. On Monday night against the Pistons, Rose once again showed us…Read More

LeBron James Says He Has Kind of Embraced the Villain Role

As we have seen over the past year or so, LeBron James is incredibly self-conscious and image-concerned. After his ill-advised “Decision” show inspired incredible amounts of hatred, LeBron grew even more sensitive. He said he was taking mental notes on all the people who criticized him over the summer, and he seemed to be genuinely…Read More

Wesley Matthews Blowing Up for Blazers

Many NBA fans figured they could discount the Portland Trail Blazers when Brandon Roy went down mid-December with his latest knee injury. Though the Blazers won’t be winning a championship any time too soon, they’ve been playing well enough to claim a playoff spot. A great deal of their success recently can be attributed to…Read More

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