1. The Next Big Miami Heat Move: Pat Riley to the Bench

    He has been the head coach of five NBA Champion teams with two franchises. He is a three-time NBA Coach of the Year. As a player and coach, he owns seven rings. He has coached in nine NBA Finals...

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  2. LeBron James: Top Five Ways This Decision Will Impact His Legacy

    There you have it, ladies and gentlemen. LeBron James will be taking his considerable basketball abilities to Miami to play with buddies Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh...

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  3. The Window Is Closing on The Los Angeles Lakers

    The San Antonio Spurs have won four NBA Championships since 1999. They have put together one of the greatest decades by a team in history. In David Robinson and Tim Duncan, they have featured two of the greatest post players of all-time...

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  4. LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh: Why This NBA Superteam Would Fail

    It's possibly the hottest question in basketball right now: will LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, and Chris Bosh join forces to create the ultimate team? It is an intriguing question, to be sure...

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  5. NBA Free Agency: The 10 Free Agents the Lakers Would Love to Sign

    Back-to-back titles. Defeating the Boston Celtics in the Finals. The game's greatest player moving up the all-time list. The greatest coach of all-time proving his brilliance once again...

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  6. Top 15 Candidates to Inherit the Complaining Crown from 'Sheed

    He is the NBA's all-time leader in technical fouls. He is the only player ever to be ejected from the McDonald's High School All-American Game. He received 41 technicals in a single season...

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  7. No. 8 vs. No. 24: Which Kobe Bryant Would You Choose?

    On April 26, 2006, whilst in the midst of perhaps his greatest individual season, Kobe Bryant announced his intention to change his number from eight to 24, beginning with the 2006-2007 season...

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  8. Welcome To The Circus: The 2004 Los Angeles Lakers

    The End of the Championship Run The Los Angeles Lakers would end their quest for four consecutive titles with a loss to the San Antonio Spurs in the second round of the NBA Playoffs...

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  9. Why Tyreke Evans is the NBA's Next Star

    Some players have "it." We can never really define what "it" is. All we really know is that "it" is what makes players great. "It" is the trait that separates an All-Star from a Hall of Famer...

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  10. Michael Jordan's Greatest Moments as a Washington Wizard

    When Michael Jordan retired from the game on January 13, 1999, an era ended for the NBA. The greatest player of all time was hanging up the signature shoes, and the rest of the league was suddenly contending again...

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  11. Kobe Bryant's Top 10 Clutch Shots

    Larry Bird. Reggie Miller. Michael Jordan. Robert Horry. Some players just have a knack for knocking down clutch shots. They are able to put the pressure of the situation aside and make the end-game plays that change games...

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  12. Mahut vs. Isner: The Most Epic Event In Sports History

    Sports At Its Finest It was Monday morning, January 23rd, 2006. The previous day, I had watched the AFC and NFC Championship games. Pittsburgh defeats Denver, Seattle defeats Carolina...

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  13. Kobe Bryant: A Look Back at His First NBA Finals Loss

    Kobe Bryant: NBA Finals 2004 (Los Angeles Lakers vs. Detroit Pistons) During the 2002-03 season, the Los Angeles Lakers were attempting to become the first team since the 1960s Boston Celtics to win four championships in succession...

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  14. Kobe Bryant: A Look Back at His Third NBA Championship

    Kobe Bryant, Champion: NBA Finals 2002 (Los Angeles Lakers vs. New Jersey Nets) The term "three-peat" was first used in sports by Pat Riley, who coached the Los Angeles Lakers during ...

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  15. Kobe Bryant: A Look Back at His Second NBA Championship

    Kobe Bryant, Champion: NBA Finals 2001 2001 NBA Finals (Los Angeles Lakers vs. Philadelphia 76ers) For the first time since the 1987-1988 season, the Los Angeles Lakers entered the summer as world champions...

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  16. Kobe Bryant: A Look Back at His First NBA Championship

    Kobe Bryant, Champion: NBA Finals 2000 I think that we have all had enough of the Kobe Bryant comparisons. Whether it’s Kobe vs. LeBron or Kobe vs. Michael or Kobe vs. Every Past Laker, it really is starting to get old...

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