1. LeBron James: He Never Wanted To Be Great

    To start off i first want to say I in no way shape or form hate Lebron for leaving. Now the way he went about it is a different story for a different time. The evidence of him not wanting to be Great was there all along...

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  2. Lebron James: Nothing "More Then A Game" When It Came To Leaving Home

    Lebron never planned to leave all along. It was just a big game the whole time. No other situation currently looks good enough for him to leave. He know's how good he has it and Cleveland...

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  3. NBA Playoffs 2010: Where Has The Competiveness Gone??

    Coming into this postseason i thought this would be one of the best postseasons in a while boy was i wrong. In total there has been four sweeps and probably will jump to six after the conference finals are over...

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  4. One Step Closer... To a Title For The Cavs!

    The Cavaliers have acquired Antawn jamison and Sebastian telfair in a three team deal and all they had to give up was Zydrunas and a draft pick. They basically got Jamison for free...

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  5. Lebron James: The Best Player In The Nba Hands Down

    This year we have really seen Lebron become the best and most complete player in the nba. He finally has that killer instinct that so many people said what put him over the top of Kobe if he ever attained it...

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  6. Which Team Will Rule This Decade, As The Most Accomplished Franchise

    We all know how this works one team or two sometimes are synonymous with certain eras and decades because of what they accomplished in that time...

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  7. LA Gets Terminated On Christmas; Lebron and The Cavs Wreak Havoc

    How about those Cavs? How fitting the Cavs break LA's 11 game win streak at home, When the Lakers were so gracious as to the break the Cavs win streak last year, Karma truly is A B****. The Cavs dominated from the start of the game...

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  8. The Southeast Division, Is The Best Division In The Nba

    Not only is the Southeast division home to the best athletes and also has potentially four playoff teams in it, do the math thats half of the 8 seeds in the East and the wizards are still dangerous...

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  9. The Charlotte Bobcats, Clawing Back Into Playoff Contention!

    Finally having one of the best coaches of all time and having the best player of all time being a part owner and watching you play is inspiring the Bobcats. It seems as though the trade for Stephen Jackson has reinvigorated the Bobcats as a team...

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  10. The Top 5 Benches From The Top 5 Contenders

    In the NBA its essential to have a good bench that can give your starters a break when its needed. It is especially needed when you get deep into the playoffs, and you engange in long grueling battles...

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  11. The Eastern Conference Is Back On Top: The Balance Of Power Has Shifted

    Its safe to say that the Eastern Conference is back on top after about a 5-7 year hiatus due to the Western Conference. That physical aggressive style of play we all loved from the 90's is back but a little less physical...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Amin Littlejohn about almost 5 years ago 59 reads 2 comments

  12. Boston Celtics: In Need Of Athleticsism, Ray Allen Needs Help

    Lately the Boston Celtics have been in a slump and the younger more athletic teams have taken advantage of that. In the first loss of the Celtics season they lost to the Phoenix Suns...

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  13. Cleveland Cavaliers: One Game at a Time Hitting Strides

    We all heard the gossip when the season started with the Cavs losing 2 games back to back they arent an elite team no more. Little did they know it was just a bump in the road and not a legitimate problem...

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  14. J.J. Hickson: A Man On The Rise

    Since the day i saw J.J. Hickson play at North Carolina State i knew then he would be a star in the NBA. As a freshman he averaged 14.8 ppg and 8.5 rebounds leading all freshman while shooting a high percentage 59% from the field...

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  15. A Match Made In Heaven: Lebron and D-Wade

    Its known that Wade and Lebron are pretty good friends and there is talk going around that these two might form a dynamic duo in Miami...

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  16. Los Angeles Lakers Lose Out: The Reasons They Wont Repeat

    Quite Frankly if it wouldnt have been for a bum knee for KG Kobe and the Lakers wouldnt have one the title last year...

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  17. The Hybrid Forward: The Evolution of the Power Forward

    These days in the NBA a hybrid forward is an essential part of a championship team and necessary if you want to compete with any team. I would say there is no exact time period for it, but it started to hit the NBA in this decade...

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  18. Boston Celtics: Back and Better Then Ever

    This team is back and on a mission and they look better then the team that beat the Lakers in 08. The Front court depth of this team is ridiculous they can battle with any teams bigs and come out victorious...

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  19. The 5 Best Glue Guys

    A glue guy isnt necessarily the most athletic on his team or not even the sidekick to the star. He holds the team together because he plays his role so well and is so passionate about winning or helping his team in any way they need help...

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  20. The Top Five Leaders in the NBA Today

    To me a good leader leads on and off the court. They are like the coach in the game and they bring out the best in there teammates because they are so passionate about the game and have one common goal to win...

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  21. Kings Of The Nba: Redeem Team

    I was thinking to myself these past few days about who makes the nba exciting and who are the best players. So i compiled a list to myslef and i came up with King james, Black mamba, Flash, and melo...

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  22. Lebron Or Kobe Who Do You Think Is Better

    This is quite simply the biggest argument in the NBA today. Who would u rather have Kobe OR Lebron? IF its me i take Lebron and i will explain why in the next paragraph...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Amin Littlejohn about 5 years ago 140 reads 23 comments