Monthly Archives: June 2012

Will Dallas Or Brooklyn Be The New Home For Deron Williams?

Free Agent point guard Deron Williams has narrowed his choices for his next home in the Association to just two teams, according to a report published by “ESPN.com.” The website’s sources are saying that the only two franchises still in … Continue reading

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LeBron Winning Title Allows Cleveland Fans To Turn The Page

The City of Cleveland, Ohio, awoke Friday morning to find that the sun had indeed risen, that the city was still intact and there was not a stream of locusts flying out of the doors of the Quicken Loans Arena, … Continue reading

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James Named Finals MVP As Heat Beat Thunder To Become 2012 NBA Champions

The plan conceived in the Summer of 2010, that LeBron James and Chris Bosh would leave their teams to join Dwyane Wade in South Beach to pursue an NBA Championship with the Miami Heat came to fruition on Thursday night, … Continue reading

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Kobe’s Jersey Number One In International Sales

Although the Los Angeles Lakers have fallen short of reaching the NBA Finals the last two seasons, it has not seemed to have dampened enthusiasm for their All-Star veteran guard Kobe Bryant across the globe, as the “Black Mamba’s” team … Continue reading

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Grunfeld’s Trade Puts Wizards In Another Fine Mess

By all accounts Washington Wizards Team Owner Ted Leonsis is a very bright and accomplished man; he was one of the figures that helped the Internet Age get through its infancy, allowing it to play such a prominent part in … Continue reading

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LeBron James May Win A Title, But Will He Win Back Fans Admiration?

Does winning heal all wounds? Do the ends always justify the means? Can a man who was among the most popular players in the NBA, only to end up on the list of the most hated athletes on the planet, get … Continue reading

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Westbrook’s 43 Not Enough As Heat Win 104-98, Grab 3-1 Series Lead

Many years ago I saw David Bromberg perform “You’ve Got To Suffer If You Want To Sing The Blues” in concert and after four games of the NBA Finals, it seems the Oklahoma City Thunder will have to suffer before … Continue reading

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Bobcats To Name St. John’s Assistant Mike Dunlap As New Bench Boss

The “Charlotte Observer” reported Monday night that the Charlotte Bobcats have chosen St. John’s assistant coach Mike Dunlap to become the fifth head coach of the franchise. The move, which will be officially be announced later this week according to … Continue reading

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Why Has “Flopping” Become The New Hot Button For The NBA?

NBA Commissioner David Stern has suddenly become obsessed with the “Flopping Epidemic” that has invaded the Association, like a virus in his opinion. Stern is so upset with players exaggerating the contact that they receive on a play, in hopes … Continue reading

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Are The Thunder “The Not Ready For Prime-Time Players”?

The Oklahoma City Thunder looked like they were on their way to an NBA Championship, after defeating the last three teams from the Western Conference to win the Association’s Title, on their way to the NBA Finals. The Thunder swept … Continue reading

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