1. NBA Draft 2012: New Orleans Hornets Score Big with No. 1 Pick

    Can a team change their fortune for the better through the draft? Well, the New Orleans Hornets are the latest team to capture the rights to the first-overall draft pick in the ...

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  2. Why a Pau Gasol Trade to Chicago May Not Happen but Would Be Interesting

    It appears that there could be changes coming in Los Angeles this offseason. Specifically, the changes could be coming from the Lakers organization as they look to make moves that make them younger and more athletic...

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  3. 2012 NBA Playoffs: Spurs Need Manu Ginobili to Bring Consistent Magic

    The San Antonio Spurs are a very deep team, and if a player does struggle for whatever reason on any given night (it was Danny Green on Sunday night), another player or players ...

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  4. Los Angeles Lakers: Why Moving Pau Gasol May be the Right Decision for LA

    The Los Angeles Lakers saw their season end at the hands of the Oklahoma City Thunder one week ago. The Lakers, led by Kobe Bryant , Pau Gasol and Andrew Bynum , may opt to ...

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  5. NBA Playoffs 2012: Rondo Drives Celtics Past Sixers in Game 7 with Triple-Double

    The Boston Celtics defeated the Philadelphia 76ers 85-75 in Game 7 of the 2012 NBA playoffs and now move on to the Eastern Conference finals...

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  6. 2012 NBA Playoffs: Things to Watch for Between Celtics and Sixers Game 7 Battle

    Game 7 is only a few hours away for the Boston Celtics and the Philadelphia 76ers . The series between the two teams is tied at 3-3 and has gone back and forth with either team not being in a position to close out the other thus far...

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  7. Los Angeles Lakers Should Consider Trading Andrew Bynum over Pau Gasol

    The Los Angeles Lakers selected Andrew Bynum directly out of high school in the 2005 NBA Draft with the tenth-overall pick...

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  8. 2012 NBA Playoffs: Philadelphia Gets Defensive to Force a Game 7 in Boston

    Will Game 7 between the Boston Celtics and the Philadelphia 76ers be anything like Game 6? It could, but it would be nice to see a game that has some offensive flow rather than a game with low scoring and turnovers...

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  9. Report: Jerry Sloan Interested in Making Return to Coaching in the NBA

    Could the NBA see Hall of Famer Jerry Sloan pacing the sidelines with a team other than the Utah Jazz? It would be interesting to see the 70-year-old Sloan coaching again after ...

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  10. Orlando Magic Still Face Dwight Howard's Future Heading into New Era

    Could the Orlando Magic be a different-looking team next season? Well, they will have a new head coach pacing the sidelines and a new general manager running the show...

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  11. NBA Playoffs 2012: Oklahoma City Thunder Establishing Their Own Big 3

    The Oklahoma City Thunder may be one of the most unique teams in the NBA . Despite being located in a small market, they have a young successful team and a loyal fanbase, which will only grow as time moves forward...

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  12. NBA Playoffs 2012: Rookie Kawhi Leonard Continues to Impress in San Antonio

    The San Antonio Spurs continue to impress in the postseason as they prepare themselves for another deep run led by their Big Three and their deep roster...

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  13. Boris Diaw Quietly Showing Signs of Former Self with Balanced Scoring Efforts

    The San Antonio Spurs are a deep team. They have a nice balance of veterans and young talent on their roster that gives them a lot of options when it comes to matching up in the playoffs...

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  14. 2012 NBA Playoffs: Why Roy Hibbert Is the X-Factor for the Indiana Pacers

    Is Roy Hibbert the X-factor for the Indiana Pacers in their playoff series against the Miami Heat ? With Chris Bosh out it appears that the big man should look to control the paint in every game...

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  15. 2012 NBA Playoffs: Kevin Garnett Quietly Leading Celtics with Consistent Scoring

    Veteran forward/center Kevin Garnett has always been a fierce competitor that wants to win and is willing to put the work in for that to happen...

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  16. 2012 NBA Playoffs: Veterans David West and Leandro Barbosa Huge in Win

    The Indiana Pacers got a huge win in Game 2 against the Miami Heat , evening the series 1-1 before heading to Banker’s Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis for Games 3 and 4...

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  17. Goran Dragic to the Raptors: Why It Could Happen

    The Toronto Raptors reportedly have interest in adding a guard to their roster for next season through free agency...

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  18. Toronto Raptors: Adding Steve Nash Would Be Dream Scenario for Canada, NBA

    Steve Nash has had one amazing NBA career that went from struggling early on when he first entered the league to entering the prime of his career where he won back-to-back MVP awards and continues to perform at a high level...

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  19. Chicago Bulls Must Make Decision Regarding Carlos Boozer's Future in Windy City

    The Chicago Bulls saw their season end on a rather disappointing note as they lost to the eighth seed Philadelphia 76ers this past Thursday evening...

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  20. 2012 NBA Playoffs: Why the Grizzlies Are a Hard Team to Match Up Against

    The Memphis Grizzlies have to be one of the most underrated teams in the playoffs this season. They're also unique, because despite the high level of talent on their team that can ...

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  21. Raja Bell, C.J. Miles Should Not Have Talked Bad About Ty Corbin

    Will the Utah Jazz look to bring in veterans in the offseason? No matter how many veterans they add in the offseason, the youth movement is on in Salt Lake City...

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  22. 2012 NBA Playoffs: Andre Miller Gets the Best out of Nuggets Big Men in Win

    Is the toughest playoff game the one where Team A is looking to clinch the series with a win versus Team B? One should ask the Los Angeles Lakers about the Denver Nuggets after ...

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  23. Why the Charlotte Bobcats Will Have a Hard Time Hiring the Right Head Coach

    The Charlotte Bobcats ended the 2011-12 NBA season with a horrid 7-59 record, setting a new record for the worst winning percentage in NBA history. They broke the mark of the 1972-73 Philadelphia 76ers who went 9-73...

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  24. NBA Free Agency: Could Spencer Hawes See Many Offers Due to the Lack of Centers?

    Although Spencer Hawes of the Philadelphia 76ers has played in only 37 games this season he is an integral part to the 76ers' future plans...

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  25. 2012 NBA Playoffs: Sixers Need Steady Play from Hawes, Allen to Win Series

    The Philadelphia 76ers may be a young team learning how to win in the postseason, but head coach Doug Collins has to be proud with the way his club has played together in its three wins so far...

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