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Monday, October 20, 2014

Basketball

Allen Iverson: Taking Care of His Daughter or Partying?

Allen Iverson has been quite the enigma this season. After taking forever to sign with a team, Iverson joined the Grizzlies but was unhappy with his role. He and the Grizzlies worked out a release and Iverson declared he wanted to spend more time with his family. That was until the 76ers told him they…Read More

Jason Richardson, Dunk Champion, Misses Game-Tying Dunk

The Suns and Spurs kicked off ABC’s NBA Sunday in San Antonio. It was a close game the entire way but the Spurs maintained a slight lead the entire fourth quarter. Phoenix’s best chance to finally catch the Spurs occurred in the final minute when Jared Dudley stole an errant pass from Steve Nash. Dudley…Read More

Jason Kidd Outsmarts Mike Woodson

Jason Kidd had a one-of-a-kind type of day on Friday night in Atlanta. He scored 19 points, grabbed 16 rebounds, and dished 17 assists. That was one of only six 15, 15, 15 games in the history of the NBA, one of which was accomplished previously by Kidd, the other four were accomplished by Larry…Read More

Marcus Camby Didn’t Want to Leave the Clippers. True Story.

Marcus Camby made history on Tuesday by becoming the first person to ever be disappointed about being traded away from the Clippers. He had one of those “go to the other locker room” situations in that the Clippers traded him to the Blazers while the team was preparing for their next game in Portland. The…Read More

Problems with the Slam Dunk Contest

The consensus opinion following the slam dunk competition on Saturday night is that the contest was quite boring and lackluster. Nate Robinson won his third straight competition and provided some of the only excitement when he brought out the Cowboys cheerleaders for his winning dunk. After watching the likes of Robinson, DeMar DeRozan, Gerald Wallace,…Read More

Nate Robinson Pays Homage to T.O., Cowboys Cheerleaders in Dunk Contest

Knicks guard Nate Robinson won the slam dunk competition Saturday night in Dallas, marking his third straight victory in the competition. That last word is perhaps misplaced since it really wasn’t much of a competition. DeMar DeRozan had a sweet dunk following his teammate’s pass off the backboard but other than that, the contest lacked…Read More

Dwight Howard Changing Nicknames from Superman to Batman

Dwight Howard and Shaq have had a much-publicized feud over the nickname Superman. Shaq branded himself “Superman” around 15-years-ago, capping it off with an “S” tattoo and the words “Man of Steel” written on his arm. He even specially designed a Range Rover that had a Superman “S” on it. There is no doubt that…Read More

Shaq on Dwight Howard: ‘Superman my Ass’, Upset over Double-Teams

UPDATE: Dwight Howard says he’s changing nicknames Even at 38-years-old, Shaq is reluctant to cede the title of most dominant center in the NBA. Prior to Thursday’s Cavs/Magic game, Shaq said there’s really three good centers in the NBA — two were playing in Cleveland (Shaq and Dwight Howard), and the third was injured (Yao…Read More

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