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Thursday, October 30, 2014


Marshall Plumlee Won Dunk Contest Thanks to Teammate Andy McMillian

Marshall Plumlee is the younger brother of Duke players Miles and Mason Plumlee, and has committed to the university himself. Back in December, Plumlee, a 7-footer, won the City of Palms Dunk Contest, but it looks like it had more to do with the talents of a teammate than his own: None of the dunks…Read More

Mikhail Prokhorov Is New Jersey Nets’ Good Luck Charm

The New Jersey Nets are one of the worst teams in the Eastern Conference, checking in with a 12-31 record on the year. Team owner Mikhail Prokhorov recently went public to say the team was no longer focusing on acquiring Carmelo Anthony, feeling like the talks were distractions. Maybe the guy was right. Or maybe…Read More

Twitter Escort Candy DeepThroat Exposes Lance Stephenson, Says He Stiffed Her

There’s an escort (prostitute?) out there who advertises her services through Twitter. She seems to have become pretty popular among the NBA community.  In the last month or so, the lovely Candy DeepThroat has exposed both Matt Barnes and Ronny Turiaf via her website and Twitter account.  Her latest victim (or client, depending on your…Read More

Home Court Advantage Matters Most in NBA Because of Scheduling

The importance of home court advantage has been one of the most debated topics in sports for as long as I can remember.  Does it make a difference?  If so, how much?  Does familiarity with one’s venue produce a greater likelihood of success?  Do the fans provide the home team with an added boost of…Read More

Carmelo Anthony Trade Makes Little Sense for Any Team, Nets Included

Russian billionaire and owner of the New Jersey Nets, Mikhail Prokhorov, said on Wednesday night that the Nets are no longer pursuing a trade that would bring Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony to New Jersey. Whether or not that was a negotiating ploy to scare Denver into making a deal remains to be seen, but we’re…Read More

John Wall Has Asked for Mark Sanchez Body Language Fine Treatment

Despite opening up the year to much anticipation and fanfare, all hasn’t gone perfectly for John Wall in his first season in the NBA. The top overall pick in the draft has missed stretches of games because of knee and foot injuries, and his team is last in its division at 12-27. Wall has played…Read More

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