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Friday, October 24, 2014


Cavs Continue to Move on From LeBron

Maybe the Cleveland Cavaliers planned on coming out with new jerseys whether LeBron James stayed or not.  Maybe they didn’t.  If Dan Gilbert’s letter to the fans is any indication, the Cavs are looking to get past the King James era any way they can.  The Cavs new jerseys are probably a good idea anyway,…Read More

Rajon Rondo Teaches France What We’ve Already Learned

As fans of the NBA and basketball in the United States, we already know Rajon Rondo is capable of some incredible things when he has a basketball in his hands.  After all, we saw him do this to Jason Williams and somehow tip this ball in in during the 2010 NBA Playoffs.  While playing for…Read More

Doc Rivers Knocked Shaq Down a Few Pegs Before He Signed

Shaquille O’Neal may have an ego that’s as big as his 325-pound frame and he may think more highly of his career than Jim Rome does, but he obviously appreciates a coach who is willing to be a straight shooter.  According to Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe, Shaq was given an opporunity to meet…Read More

LeBron Hires a Rabbi

Was it strange that LeBron James announced he was leaving Cleveland on a one-hour special on ESPN?  A little bit.  Was it a little over the top that South Beach hosted a “Three Kings” party after the signings of LeBron and Chris Bosh like they had already won something?  Yeah, I’d say so.  But nothing…Read More

Why NBA Is Allowing Isiah Thomas to Consult for Knicks

One of the most bizarre stories in sports the past few days has been the news that the Knicks are hiring Isiah Thomas as a consultant for the organization. This is mind-boggling on several levels. First, Thomas serves as the coach at Florida International University which seems like an inherent conflict of interest because the…Read More

Jeff Van Gundy: Miami Heat Will be Best Team Ever

Ever since getting LeBron, Wade, and Bosh to join forces, the Heat put themselves in position to be as hated as the Yankees. Because of all the hate, many people have refused to give Miami the credit it deserves when it comes to the type of talent they have on their team. Jeff Van Gundy…Read More

Anthony Tolliver Spoofs ‘The Decision’

Having played 59 career games in the D League, Anthony Tolliver is used to being ignored. Luckily the Golden State Warriors were so starved for players last year that they signed Tolliver to two 10-day contracts and then handed him a contract for the rest of the year. Tolliver played 44 games last season and…Read More

NBA Makes Right Call for 2010-2011 Season Opener

The NBA season lasts 82 games.  That’s a lot of games.  When a season lasts that long, it’s not unreasonable to say that the first game of the season is … well … worthless.  Somehow I don’t think that’s going to be the case for the Miami Heat and Boston Celtics come October 26, 2010. …Read More

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