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Thursday, July 30, 2015

Basketball

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

Donald Sterling Reportedly Said He Wanted to Fire David Stern

Right now we’re going to be taking a trip in the way back machine, but it should be fun. According to Mark Heisler of the LA Times, about a year or so ago at an owners meeting in Las Vegas, Commissioner David Stern (who in case you didn’t know, is employed by the owners), asked…Read More

Shaq Not Player He Was, but Accepting of His New Role

In his 19th year in the NBA, Celtics center Shaquille O’Neal is a far cry from the explosive young player he was when he entered the league with the Orlando Magic. He’s not the still explosive, but bulkier player he was during his time with the Lakers or the Heat. What he is now is…Read More

Dirk Nowitzki Knee Injury Magnifies His Importance to Dallas Mavericks

Though Dirk Nowitzki has won an MVP award and gone to nine straight All-Star games, you won’t find his name in the conversation for best player in the NBA. LeBron, Kobe, Dwight, Dwyane, Durant — everyone talks about those guys, but Dirk seems to play without too many people noticing. Matter of conjecture, Dirk’s steadiness…Read More

Darko Milicic Scores on His Basket (Video)

If there were any way to perfectly sum up Darko Milicic’s career in 15 seconds, this would be it: Of course the basket didn’t end up hurting his team as Minnesota beat Washington 109-97. Darko actually had 14 and 11 in the game (not sure if they added in his bucket for the Wizards), but…Read More

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

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