1. ABC's Sunday Matinee Showcases The New Breed of "Do-It-All" Point Guard

    There seems to be an assumption among some basketball experts that not only are “pure point guards” an endangered species, but also preferred for basketball success...

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  2. A Developmental Approach To Rebuilding: Forecasting 2010 For OKC (Pt. 2)

    In yesterday’s post about Oklahoma City’s rebuilding plan, we looked at the foundation they’re building around Kevin Durant now and the value of their 2010 cap room...

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  3. Oklahoma City’s Developmental Approach to Rebuilding: Can It Work? (Part 1)

    For most NBA fans, it’s no secret that the Oklahoma City franchise will likely be forced to endure another losing season and trip to the lottery after the 2008-09 season...

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  4. Can The Olympics make Candace Parker the next great female superstar athlete?

    Pete Thamel wrote in Sunday's New York Times that Candace Parker hopes to follow the enormous Olympic footsteps of Mia Hamm, who burst onto the world sports scene in the 1996 Olympics...

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  5. Why Maurice Williams Is the Type of Help LeBron James Needs

    The Cleveland Cavaliers have acquired point guard Maurice Williams as part of a three team trade that included them sending Damon Jones to Milwaukee and Joe Smith to Oklahoma City, according to ESPN...

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  6. Why the Warriors Are a Great Fit For Shaun Livingston

    Shaun Livingston was recently cleared to play 5-on-5 basketball and although he only feels about 75% physically, Dave Reynolds of the Journal Star reports that 10-12 NBA teams have expressed interest in the Clipper free agent...

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  7. U.S. Women’s Basketball Outlook: Why The Favorites Can Expect Challenges

    The U.S. women's basketball team is aiming for their fourth straight gold medal in the 2008 Beijing Olympics, which would set a record for most consecutive golds by a women's basketball team...

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  8. The Monta Ellis Project: Warriors Building a Team Around a Scoring Point Guard

    Basketball development expert Brian McCormick has written a few articles explaining why Monta Ellis will not be an effective point guard for the Warriors...

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  9. Fighting Is Not the Type Of Attention the WNBA Needs

    It’s normally difficult to find any quality post-game analysis about WNBA games, but last night’s fight between the Shock and Sparks managed to get attention from all the ...

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  10. Warriors To Acquire Marcus Williams From Nets: Small Move, Breakout Potential

    The New York Post blog reports that the Golden State Warriors have acquired point guard Marcus Williams from the New Jersey Nets for a lottery protected first round pick in 2011...

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  11. Four Factors That Make the Golden State Warriors Better Than You Think

    It was a given that the Warriors off-season was going to be exciting the moment it was announced that Baron Davis was heading back home to LA. Summer league has brought further excitement, and new reasons to believe for Warriors fans...

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  12. The Shock "Indoor Classic": Where the WNBA Game Spoke For Itself

    It’s somewhat ironic that while the highly-anticipated Liberty Outdoor Classic made history for playing basketball in a unique venue, the best example of progress in the WNBA was played in one of the oldest arenas in U...

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  13. Golden State Warriors: Corey Maggette Might Fit, But What About the Future?

    It was a given that the Warriors were in for an exciting off-season once Baron Davis decided to return home to the Clippers...

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  14. The Anthony Randolph Project: Making “NBA Plays” With D-League Statistics

    Just as quickly as the “We Believe” Nellie-Ball era began, the Warriors are seemingly forced to toss it aside and move on, with Baron Davis bolting for the Los Angeles Clippers...

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  15. Davis’ Departure Ushers In an Exciting Future For The Golden State Warriors

    Only a year ago, the Baron Davis led Warriors gave fans a reason to believe in the possibility of making the playoffs for the first time in 13 years. So Davis’ departure would seem to be devastating...

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  16. Rethinking The Draft: A Few Draft Prospects With Flaws That Make You Think Twice

    The NBA draft is hardly a scientific process so I don’t see much point in adding to the tons of mock drafts already available on the web...

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