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No one does their all-star break like the NBA. It is truly a celebration of the sport that stretches into everything from the hip hop community to the fashion world to Hollywood. It is, by far, the most entertaining all-star weekend when you consider how inclusive it is. So, asRead More →

Porzingis

The New York Knicks might’ve made the best trade they’ve made in years. On Thursday, the Knicks brass traded European Diva, Kristaps Porzingis, to the Dallas Mavericks. The Knicks received Dennis Smith Jr., DeAndre Jordan, Wesley Matthews, and two future first picks for Porzingis, Tim Hardaway Jr., Courtney Lee, andRead More →

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The NBA G-League’s Winter Showcase has wrapped up but now the real work begins. NBA executives will pour over all their evaluations to determine how they’ll go forward with their minor league team. Timing of the Showcase is key. NBA owners place the event in advance of the 10-day signingRead More →

Kemba Walker

Los Angeles Should Look to the Queen City when Free Agency Opens According to Kevin Durant, no one wants to play for the Lakers. Not him. Not Kawhi. Not the ghost of Jerry West’s 60-foot heave. No one. According to the all-knowing Durant, it’s because there’s too much drama aroundRead More →

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With the first third of the NBA season gone, I feel more than comfortable saying that the competitive balance of the NBA is off the charts. The NBA’s definition of ‘competitive balance’ will never be the same as the NFL’s and that’s fine. The NBA, along with MLB and theRead More →

Draymond Green and Kevin Durant high fiving

Any hint of discourse on a dominant team will grab headlines. Not too long ago, there were some rumblings about Tom Brady’s trainer and Patriots management. The Yankees have a history of supposed team crippling dugouts and front offices. How many World Series titles do they have? The latest involvesRead More →