1. Best of times

    To put out a thought that all basketball players were stars is an honest thought. Each individual once led or helped lead a team to some sort of glory while gaining attention from mass media sources also known as college and professional scouts...

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  2. How Paul Millsap Improved To Cast Shades of Glory Days for Jazz Fans

    It was a cold but bearable Monday morning outside the practice arena of the Utah Jazz, when up pulled a black Mercedes. Out came something the Jazz haven't seen since Karl Malone—baby-faced rookie Paul Millsap...

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  3. Tim Duncan: The Silent Giant

    Highly talented, very much admired players don’t come around very often. A player that has a combination of exceptional low post techniques and extraordinary defensive awareness is even less common...

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  4. Tim Duncan, Gregg Popovich Make a Prodigious Duo

    It is rare in professional sports that you find a bond as strong as that which a high school basketball coach and a student reach together. In San Antonio, Gregg Popovich and Tim Duncan have had that bond since day one...

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  5. Brook Lopez: Giant Separation

    The wait is killer for the 20 year old boy. Impatient for his name to be called among the other youths of the future, he had held the numbers three to seven on most sites, but it was getting close to double digits by now...

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  6. Tennessee Tears

    Tears flow from tear glands into your eyes through tiny tear ducts. They are not referred to as toughness, masculinity, or strength, but that does not bother Tyler Smith as he wears his tears for a father and a best friend...

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