1. An NBA All-Star Celebrity Game We'd Actually Like to See

    When done correctly, there are few events more entertaining than an NBA All-Star Celebrity Game. For fans, the novelty of watching someone they've never seen play sports lace up a ...

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  2. NBA Trade Rumors: Latest Speculation Entering All-Star Break

    No time in the NBA season is quite like the trade deadline. Players who have been on the block all year are suddenly being sought after by every club in the league, and names you ...

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  3. Crucial Problems NY Knicks Must Solve in Season's 2nd Half

    Standing at 32-17 and in first place in the Atlantic Division, the New York Knicks do not have too much to complain about in the 2012-13 season...

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  4. Why Carmelo Anthony Has a Legitimate Case for 2013 NBA MVP

    The focus of the NBA 's 2013 MVP race may be on LeBron James and Kevin Durant, but there is a third superstar small forward who is making a strong case for the award: Carmelo Anthony ...

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  5. Boston Celtics: Why Paul Pierce Is the NBA's Biggest All-Star Snub

    The Boston Celtics ' 2012-13 season has not exactly gone as planned as the team has limped out to a 24-23 record and been bitten hard by the injury bug...

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  6. Players NBA Teams Are Desperate to Trade

    The Memphis Grizzlies' decision to ship Rudy Gay off to Toronto may have been the first big move of the NBA 's trade season, but it surely will not be the last...

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  7. Are NY Knicks Eastern Conference Favorites with Healthy Raymond Felton?

    Raymond Felton went down with a broken finger in his New York Knicks ' Christmas Day loss to the Los Angeles Lakers , and since then his team has cooled down considerably, going 6-6 after a hot start to their 2012-13 campaign...

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  8. The NBA's 5 Youngest and Oldest Teams

    To many people, there are two ways to win in the modern NBA . Either a team can exploit their youth and try to wear down an opponent by speeding up the game, or they can rely on savvy, ...

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  9. Updated NBA Superstar Rankings

    The 2013 All-Star Game is fast approaching, and as they do every season, the NBA 's superstars have differentiated themselves from the pack with their stellar play...

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  10. Buying or Selling NBA All-Star Candidates

    Perhaps more so than any other era of professional basketball, today's NBA is truly a superstar-driven league. The All-Star Game is the ultimate stage for these players to shine, but not every All-Star candidate is created equal...

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  11. 2013 NBA Mock Draft: Which Players Are the Most NBA-Ready

    The 2012-13 college basketball is rolling along. As the picture of who will end up in the NCAA tournament becomes clearer, the nation's top professional prospects begin to distinguish themselves from the pack of players hoping to join the league...

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  12. Costliest Decisions by NBA Front Offices So Far This Season

    Oftentimes, it is impossible to judge the decisions of an NBA front office until the season is well under way...

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  13. Updated Rankings for Every NBA GM Heading into Trade Season

    The general manager position is one often overlooked by NBA fans, but having someone capable of pulling the right strings can be the difference between a playoff push and an early end to the season...

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  14. NBA Free Agents-to-Be Likeliest to Bolt in 2013

    Nowadays, free agency absolutely dominates the NBA . Players do not stick around in unfavorable situations for long and are often willing to forsake winning for a shot at a major payday...

    Grant Rindner Written by Grant Rindner about over 2 years ago 7,895 reads 2 comments

  15. The Good, the Bad and the Ugly from the NBA Season so Far

    As 2013 rolls around, we find ourselves just about a third of the way through the 2012-13 NBA season and there has been a lot to like thus far. The league's superstars are, for the most part, still performing up to expectations...

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  16. 1 Area Each NBA Team Needs to Improve Going into 2013

    No matter how good teams like the Los Angeles Clippers, Oklahoma City Thunder or Miami Heat have looked in the early stages of the 2012-13 season, no NBA team is perfect...

    Grant Rindner Written by Grant Rindner about over 2 years ago 18,195 reads 77 comments

  17. NBA Trade Rumors: Latest Speculation Surrounding Top Trade Targets

    The end of the calendar year is a time when many NBA teams can take stock of their play so far in the season and assess what they must do to improve...

    Grant Rindner Written by Grant Rindner about over 2 years ago 19,806 reads 64 comments

  18. Predicting Each NBA Team's Best Player Next Season

    With the first quarter of the 2012-13 NBA season already in the books, it is becoming increasingly clear who is the best player each team has on their roster...

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  19. 12 Insane NBA Dunks to Say Goodbye to 2012

    Turn on any NBA game nowadays, and you are guaranteed to see at least one show-stopping, highlight-reel play. No longer is this a league predicated on pounding the ball inside or trying to slow the pace...

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  20. The Worst Loss for Each NBA Franchise in 2012-13

    No matter how good a team is, during the course of an 82 game season there are always going to be a few puzzling losses. Even Michael Jordan's 1995-95 Chicago Bulls suffered a head-scratching defeat or two in their time...

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  21. 2013 NBA Mock Draft: How Next Year's Class Compares to 2012

    With Kentucky falling out of the Top 25, Duke handling a number of top-five opponents and Butler back to their old underdog ways, the 2012 college basketball season has truly started off quite differently than the 2011 campaign...

    Grant Rindner Written by Grant Rindner about over 2 years ago 30,515 reads 37 comments

  22. Ranking the NBA's Toughest Ironmen

    The NBA is not a league for the soft or the fragile. Every player, whether they are a sharpshooting guard or a bruising center, is going to take their fair share of hard fouls, unavoidable ...

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  23. 8 NBA Disappointments Who Are Playing Themselves into the Doghouse/Trade Block

    The 2012-13 season has had one of the most surprising starts in recent NBA history. Squads like the New York Knicks and Golden State Warriors have exceeded all expectations, while ...

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  24. Video of Rasheed Wallace's Most Deserved Ejections

    The New York Knicks ' Rasheed Wallace has been, by all accounts, a pretty versatile player in his storied NBA career...

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  25. Each NBA Superstar's Most Superhuman Trait

    More so than ever before, today's NBA is a superstar-driven league. With the exception of the Denver Nuggets, whose credentials have been seriously questioned in the 2012-13 season, ...

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