1. Top 10 Goalies of All-Time

    Goalies are defined as players who defend a teammates' net from the opposition scoring. This is a position in sport that often determines the winners from the losers...

    Stephen  Dyell Written by Stephen Dyell about 2 years ago 2,431 reads 2 comments

  2. New Jersey Nets: Do Not Hit the Panic Button

    The New Jersey Nets must not panic. With yet another offseason of anticipation in order for the team heading across the river, the big question is the decision of a general manager and a star point guard...

    Stephen  Dyell Written by Stephen Dyell about over 2 years ago 694 reads 2 comments

  3. Former NBA Coach Ready for Challenge in D-League

    Like father, like son. Musselman has always been around coaching. His father, Bill, was a coaching legend in the Continental Basketball Association (CBA) as he led the Tampa Bay ...

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  4. Springfield Armor's General Manager Excited for Season

    In the small world of professional basketball, it is often hard to find the limited roles within a team but for one lucky man, he’s not only secured a role on a team, he’s helping manage it as well...

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  5. Art on Ice: The Story of Steve Nash

    Goaltenders are always the bravest ones on a hockey team. They stand in a 72 inch by 48 inch mesh home against an opposition that can rifle a puck over 100 kilometres per hour...

    Stephen  Dyell Written by Stephen Dyell about almost 4 years ago 762 reads 2 comments

  6. New Jersey Nets' Rod Thorn and His Swamped Drafts

    Starting in September, the New Jersey Nets will start their first season in ten years with a general manager not named Rod Thorn...

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  7. He's Our James: New Jersey Nets Hold Hope In First Round Pick With Familiar Name

    While the jerseys burn in Cleveland and the fans cry murder to the Kings’ name, New Jersey Nets fans should consider themselves lucky that they found their James – well sort of...

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  8. New Jersey Nets Loss Equals Devin Harris' Gain

    The Nets run of bad luck continued Tuesday night as they managed to lose again, falling to the third overall pick, leaving new owner Mikhail Prokhorov to shake his head in disgust...

    Stephen  Dyell Written by Stephen Dyell about over 4 years ago 317 reads 2 comments

  9. Sean Williams: Giant Mistake

    Monday will be end of an short era for the third year forward as Sean Williams will be released to make room for Kris Humphries from Dallas...

    Stephen  Dyell Written by Stephen Dyell about over 4 years ago 437 reads 0 comments

  10. Big Mentor: Walton To Team Up With Lopez?

    Could the former NBA star Bill Walton be in New Jersey helping with the development much like Patrick Ewing and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar have been doing with their respective teams? Buried in ...

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  11. Tennessee Tears: Tyler Smith's Struggle

    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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  12. Oh Canada: The Next NBA Destination?

    The Toronto Raptors have had the title of Canada’s team ever since the Grizzlies move to Memphis. But is it time for Canada to make a run for another NBA team? There is no doubt ...

    Stephen  Dyell Written by Stephen Dyell about 5 years ago 839 reads 24 comments

  13. The Best Of The Bench: The Perfect NBA Bench

    Have you ever wondered which guys would make the perfect bench in an era of starters and high demands? Here are seven players with seven different abilities, characters, and personalities that would make one team quite successful...

    Stephen  Dyell Written by Stephen Dyell about 5 years ago 503 reads 1 comments

  14. 2003 New Jersey Nets: Where Are They Now?

    The final buzzer sounded and the San Antonio Spurs flooded center court celebrating a victory against the New Jersey Nets. While the celebrating takes place, the losing team fades into the locker rooms and also into basketball history...

    Stephen  Dyell Written by Stephen Dyell about 5 years ago 1,191 reads 2 comments

  15. Tim Duncan: The Silent Giant

    Highly talented, admired basketball players don’t come around very often. To have a combination of exceptional low-post techniques, as well as extraordinary defensive awareness is even less common...

    Stephen  Dyell Written by Stephen Dyell about 5 years ago 105 reads 1 comments

  16. Top Five Breakout Players of '10

    Joe Alexander—Milwaukee Bucks With Richard Jefferson traded to San Antonio, Alexander will finally get the playing time that is needed for his development. Alexander was only put in 59 games this year and averaged only 12 minutes in those games.

    Stephen  Dyell Written by Stephen Dyell about 5 years ago 687 reads 2 comments

  17. Syracuse Basketball: 'Cuse Add Another Melo

    Syracuse received good news this week as top basketball recruit Fabricio De Melo has decided to go Orange in two years. Melo is ranked the No. 2 center and No. 5 overall prospect in the class of 2010 on Scout...

    Stephen  Dyell Written by Stephen Dyell about 5 years ago 430 reads 1 comments

  18. New Jersey Nets: Top Five Games To Watch

    With an uncertain future ahead, every game for the Nets looks like a struggle. While sitting and watching all 82 games may be painful to the eyes, here a few games that every Nets fan should tune in for...

    Stephen  Dyell Written by Stephen Dyell about 5 years ago 141 reads 1 comments

  19. Emeka Okafor: Ready to Rebound

    He smiles and looks around at the crowd. He holds up the jersey that means a second chance to prove what many believed he had back when he was taken second overall in 2004. For right now, Emeka Okafor is taking the chance one step at a time...

    Stephen  Dyell Written by Stephen Dyell about 5 years ago 105 reads 0 comments

  20. Is Hakim Warrick a Perfect Fit for the New Jersey Nets?

    While Hakim Warrick is no LeBron James, he is someone who is capable of helping out with this team right now and as well as in the future...

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  21. Syracuse Orange: New Era

    With the college basketball season creeping closer and closer, Syracuse basketball is entering a new era of play. Armed with little to no NBA talent, Jim Boeheim will have his hands full putting together a winning roster for 2010...

    Stephen  Dyell Written by Stephen Dyell about 5 years ago 645 reads 2 comments

  22. Montreal Canadiens: Two Day Frenzy

    The question entering free agency frenzy was how many All-Star defensemen could the Montreal Canadiens lose in the shortest amount of time...

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  23. New Jersey Nets: Summer League Preview

    The New Jersey Nets and Philadelphia Sixers summer league begins July 1st in Orlando where they will get a first hand look at the rookies and second year players on both sides...

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  24. Fall From Heaven: The DeJuan Blair Story

    Labeled defective and risky, a man who has only known one home will look to prove the doubters wrong as he enters his dream of the NBA Thursday night a lot further down than expected...

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  25. New Jersey Nets: Draft Day Review

    It was a busy day for the Nets as the rebuilding finally went into full effect as Vince Carter and Ryan Anderson were traded to Orlando for Courtney Lee, Rafer Alston and Tony Battie while later ...

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