1. Dwight Howard: Why the Brooklyn Nets Are the NBA's New Bad Guys?

    Deron Williams and Dwight Howard have been talking about playing together for years, according to CBS Sports ...

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  2. Rashard Lewis: LeBron James Tweets Welcome to Newest Miami Heat Member

    Open your hearts and your doors Heat fans. LeBron James just tweeted out a warm welcome to Miami’s newest family member. “#HeatNation please welcome our newest member Rashard Lewis to the family...

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  3. Ray Allen: Where Signing Ranks BOS-MIA Rivalry Amongst Heat Rivals

    The Miami Heat and the Boston Celtics had enough reasons spilling into the 2012-13 NBA season to intensify their rivalry. Kevin Garnett could still be fueled by LeBron James laughing in his face during the Eastern Conference Finals...

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  4. 2013 NBA Finals: LeBron James and the Only Western Franchises That Can Stop Him

    LeBron James vs. Kobe Bryant is one of the most delectable finals matchups that the league could make happen. Not to accuse the NBA of anything like putting in referee fixes or malevolent actions such as those...

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  5. Steve Nash to Lakers: Can Nash Deliver a LeBron-Kobe 2013 NBA Finals Series?

    In the 2003 NBA Draft, the Cleveland Cavaliers selected LeBron James with the No. 1 overall pick and the media crowned him the second-coming of Michael Jordan...

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  6. 2013 NBA Playoffs: Predicting Deron Williams' Impact on the East Playoff Picture

    Deron Williams is easily the Napoleon of this summer’s free agency. Where he signs will have a huge ripple effect on the Eastern Conference as we know it...

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  7. Will Dwight Howard and Chris Paul Be the New Faces of New York Basketball?

    There are huge differences in how each superstar has played the hand they have been dealt over the last couple of seasons...

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  8. Heat vs. Celtics: Critical Questions Facing Each Team on Their Way Back to ECF

    The biggest question on my mind during this summer’s NBA Free Agency mega-swirl is not necessarily which player will land where...

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  9. Crucial Moves in This Year's Offseason to Bring LeBron James His Second Ring

    Poof! Suddenly we have awoken in a world where there are no more LeBron James no-ring jokes and where the preseason celebration in the Summer of 2010 does not seem like such a majestic and fantastical prediction...

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  10. LeBron James: Power Ranking the Pressure on Each Ringless Superstar

    LeBron James has finally claimed his first championship. After nine years in the league and some very immature decisions along the way, LeBron James, the man, won his first ring and the smile could not have been broader...

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  11. LeBron James: How King James Became the Greatest Story in the NBA Playoffs

    LeBron James , after nine years of calamity and shortcomings, has finally won his first NBA Championship as a member of the Miami Heat . This is what he arrived for. This is why Dwyane Wade and Pat Riley recruited him and Chris Bosh ...

    Joye Pruitt Written by Joye Pruitt about 2 years ago 1,779 reads 17 comments

  12. Russell Westbrook and 10 Ways to Spot the Generation X Point Guard

    Russell Westbrook is the most rebellious force of nature the league has probably ever come in contact with. Not in regard to his overall personality or a publicly defiant aura as Demarcus Cousins or Gary Payton...

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  13. NBA Finals 2012: Kendrick Perkins Criticizes Scott Brooks After Game 4 Loss

    When there is a team of youngsters ages 22, 23 and 24, there is always a veteran head watching over them. Whether or not that veteran is as offensively present as they are is irrelevant...

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  14. 2012 NBA Finals: Is LeBron James 48 Minutes from His First NBA Championship?

    Is LeBron James 48 minutes away from puncturing holes in a critic’s grandest argument? Can Kevin Durant stop him? Fans have heard the statistic comparing the Oklahoma ...

    Joye Pruitt Written by Joye Pruitt about 2 years ago 1,351 reads 18 comments

  15. NBA Finals 2012: Can Kevin Durant Take Final Series Like LeBron Took Indiana?

    It wasn ’t too long ago that we were all watching LeBron James against the Indiana Pacers and dropping our heads in shameful disdain...

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  16. NBA Draft 2012: The Best 7 Scorers Who Won't Be Lottery Picks

    Just months ago, these exact same players were chasing the most coveted trophy in NCAA men’s basketball, and now players like Austin Rivers and Dion Waiters are receiving promises from teams with lottery picks that their future is secured...

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  17. 2012 NBA Finals: Why LeBron James Needs Championship More Than NBA Golden Child

    Both Kevin Durant and LeBron James have a lot to fight for. Obviously, the truest burden of proof lies on the “King’s” shoulders. Durant was not even supposed to be here...

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  18. Miami Heat: Why Chris Bosh Will Be the Most Important Player in the NBA Finals

    The story coming into Game 7 of the 2012 Eastern Conference Finals was LeBron James ’ amazing Game 6 masterpiece...

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  19. LeBron James: LBJ Quiets Boston Crowd and Proves Who the Heat Belong to

    He stood there, cold-hearted. No smile graced his face. No celebrations were heard in TD Garden. LeBron James just walked up to the line and shot his free throws. This time no one really paid attention to whether or not they went in...

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  20. G.O.A.T.: Did Michael Jordan Contaminate the NBA's Perception of the Greatest?

    There he sat on the sideline, sweat beads dripping and a towel cascaded over his head. Everyone with the exception of Michael Jordan thought they knew what was about to transpire, but no one could have predicted this...

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  21. Miami Heat: Why "Heated Discussion" Between Stars Should Push Heat to Finals

    The Miami Heat have often been lackadaisical in the motivational department. The franchise rarely plays with the anguish and desperation you see in championship teams and are usually on top of the league, even when they are not...

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  22. Miami Heat: Does Chris Bosh's Return Make the Heat Favorites over the Spurs?

    "I'm not thinking about Chris today—I'm not,” Erik Spoelstra said before Saturday’s Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals...

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  23. 2012 NBA Playoffs: Pau Gasol and Key Players to Sport New Jerseys Next Season

    The 2012 NBA Playoffs have left some major question marks over a handful of franchises as well as a bad taste in their mouths for some of their players...

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  24. 2012 NBA Playoffs: Power Ranking the Key Player for Each Team Left in Playoffs

    The 2012 NBA Playoffs have given way to some key members of the league to step forward and take the reins of their franchises moving deeper into the postseason...

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  25. Lamar Odom Rumors: Should New York Knicks Take a Chance on Odom?

    The New York Knicks are in kind of a transition period. It’s a period in history that former Dallas Mavericks player, Lamar Odom , would have no problem being a part of...

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