1. NBA Swapping Game: Lakers Center Andrew Bynum and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

    Andrew Bynum is one of the best centers in the league when healthy. He's well-known for his presence in the paint, shot-blocking ability, defense and excellent footwork...

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  2. NBA Swapping Game: Rajon Rondo and All-Time Great Bob Cousy

    Rajon Rondo is one of the best point guards in the game today. He's a pure point guard who knows how to set up his teammates, grab rebounds, drive the basket and play tough defense...

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  3. Ten Players That Are Going to Compete for Next Season's Scoring Title

    For the past two seasons, Kevin Durant has been the king of scoring in the NBA . He's one of most entertaining and best offensive talents the league has to offer...

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  4. Gerald Henderson Ready for His Best Season With the Charlotte Bobcats?

    Gerald Henderson 's first year with the Bobcats wasn't a great one. He averaged only three points and a rebound in eight minutes. It seemed like he was only in the league because of his father's playing days...

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  5. Boston Celtics: Predictions for Rookies E'Twaun Moore and Jajaun Johnson

    Jajaun Johnson has been associated with the Celtics before he was drafted. Rumor had it that the Celtics were eying the Purdue player for a while. As the 2011 draft rolled around, the Celtics did end up acquiring Johnson via a trade with the Nets ...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Tarik Mowatt about 3 years ago 1,489 reads 22 comments

  6. Can Paul Pierce Become Boston Celtics' All-Time Leading Scorer?

    This past season, Paul Pierce passed 20,000 career points. He's the third Celtic ever to do so while being a Celtic his entire career. Currently, he's sitting on 21,410, only 300 away from passing Larry Bird...

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  7. NBA Fun Facts: Shaquille O'Neal and the Accomplishments of NBA Greats

    Everyone always associates certain players with certain accolades. For example, the first thing that pops to mind when someone mentions Bill Russel is 11 rings...

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  8. Boston Celtics' Future: Kevin Garnett's Retirement Imminent with Lockout?

    Kevin Garnett was looking mighty tired at the end of the season. He didn't seem like the Garnett of old, and it was even said that he could outright retire if a lockout occurred...

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  9. Is Evan Turner Prepared to have a Breakout Season with the Philadelphia 76ers?

    In the 2011 NBA season, Evan Turner didn't seem like a player worthy of the second pick. He averaged seven points, four rebounds and two assists in 23 minutes of play. Even the troublesome DeMarcus Cousins provided a better rookie year...

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  10. Michael Jordan and 10 Inspiring NBA Moments

    "Dream as if you'll live forever, Live as if you'll die today." - James Dean What's up with that quote? In basketball, everyone wants one thing, to win. Several young people (myself included) dream about being in the NBA ...

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  11. Miami Heat: What If LeBron James Isn't the Finals Most Valuable Player?

    At the start of the season, the basketball world was buzzing about the new "Big 3" in Miami. Some of the biggest discussions were the following: "LeBron James is going to be the Robin to Dwyane Wade 's Batman," "It's Wade's team," and so on...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Tarik Mowatt about over 3 years ago 942 reads 13 comments

  12. Philadelphia 76ers and Moses Malone: The NBA Swapping Game

    Warning : Extreme amounts of imagination exist within this article. Anyone who does not have an imagination may not find this article as enjoyable. The 76ers ">Philadelphia 76ers are a tough, young group...

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  13. Boston Celtics: The Roster They Need for One Last Title Run

    The Celtics ended their season earlier than expected. They ended it on injuries, battered, and beaten by the trio of Dwyane Wade, Lebron James, and Chris Bosh. Two of which I am convinced are not entirely human...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Tarik Mowatt about over 3 years ago 3,201 reads 93 comments

  14. Reggie Miller and the Indiana Pacers: NBA Swapping Game!

    Warning: This article contains extreme amounts of imagination. If you are not a fan of imagination, this article may not be as enjoyable. This is a little game I'd like to call the NBA swapping game...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Tarik Mowatt about over 3 years ago 673 reads 2 comments

  15. Detroit Pistons: With Greg Monroe, How Bright Is the Future?

    The Detroit Pistons have seen much better days. They used to be a big deal back in the late '80s and early '90s. They even managed to beat the star-studded Lakers in the 2004 NBA Finals without a true superstar on the team...

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  16. Boston Celtics and Paul Pierce: It's Not over Yet

    I've stated it before, and I'll say it again, I've only watched basketball for one season, that being said, I may be ignorant at times of the game. However, one thing proves very obvious in the basketball world...

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  17. The Charlotte Bobcats and the Future of the Team

    From a great player, you expect great things. Well, you would, anyway, when you have Michael Jordan as the head of your team. So far, we got, a great surprise. The Bobcat star Gerald Wallace going for essentially nothing...

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  18. NBA Playoffs 2011: What Does O.J. Mayo's Future Hold with the Memphis Grizzlies?

    Earlier in the NBA season, the Indiana Pacers were literally a minute too late from acquiring the Memphis Grizzlies' O.J. Mayo for Josh McRoberts and a 2011 first-round draft pick...

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  19. Orlando Magic: Looking Forward to What the Next NBA Season Brings

    The Orlando Magic are not doing well right now, they are in the 1-3 zone, essentially playoff limbo. Maybe Howard can lead the team too three straight victories, but most likely not, Orlando is probably going down in a 4-2 fashion...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Tarik Mowatt about over 3 years ago 513 reads 7 comments

  20. NBA: The Boston Celtics Clearly Missed Friday's Game, Will They Show Up Sunday?

    The Boston Celtics simpy decided not to show up versus the Phoenix Suns last night. Instead, they went and hired an entire team of look-alikes to play a joke on coach Doc Rivers...

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  21. Kobe Bryant, the All-Time Leading Scorers, and What Could Be

    I've only recently gotten into basketball. The first games I watched were the 2010 finals. No, I've never seen Michael Jordan play besides some old videos on the Internet...

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  22. Did the Orlando Magic's Two Major Trades Put Them Back on Track for a Title?

    In 2009, The Magic made a run to the finals, however, they were easily dispatched by Kobe Bryant led Lakers. In 2010, the Magic attempted to return to the NBA finals, however they were taken out by the Celtics...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Tarik Mowatt about over 3 years ago 346 reads 1 comments