Monthly Archives: February 2014

Larry Legend Rolls The Dice In Turner/Granger Trade

There has yet be a player since the Association formed, who possessed more competitive drive than Larry Bird. While the “Basketball Hall Of Fame” forward had incredible talent on the hardwood, his never surrender mindset was a huge factor to him leading … Continue reading

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Could Hawes Help Cavaliers Make The Playoffs This Spring?

The Cleveland Cavaliers informed the rest of the Association, that they have yet to give up on making the Post Season this spring, completing a trade with the Philadelphia 76ers just prior to the NBA trade deadline Thursday afternoon. The … Continue reading

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How Long Will K-Love Stay With The T-Wolves?

Minnesota Timberwolves former Team President David Kahn, is like the gift that keeps on giving. Not only did the former executive turn his club into a perennial cellar-dweller during his tenure, he most likely cost the franchise their superstar, big-man … Continue reading

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LeBron Should Let His Game Speak For Him

Remember during his playing days when Michael Jordan told a reporter he was among the finest players ever to lace them up in the history of the Association? How about when Larry Bird and Magic Johnson  said during a TV … Continue reading

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Cheeks Slapped, Pistons Fire Coach After 50 Games

There was definitely “Panic In Detroit” on Sunday, or more accurately Auburn Hills, Michigan as the “Detroit Free Press” reported that the Detroit Pistons fired bench boss Maurice Cheeks on Sunday, just 50-games into a multi-year contract. The move came … Continue reading

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Is It Time To Restructure The NBA Playoff System?

Even casual fans of the Association over the last few years, are well aware that the Western Conference has fielded a far stronger selection of teams than their Eastern counterparts for a while. The disparity however, is rather embarrassing this … Continue reading

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Welcome To The “Silver Age” For The NBA

They passed the torch  in the Association, without much fanfare on Sunday, as David Stern stepped down from his post as Commissioner, handing over the reins of power to his former Deputy Commissioner Adam Silver. The changing if the guard was … Continue reading

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