All posts tagged "NBA"

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    Dennis Rodman is All Heart at Hall of Fame Ceremony

      Dennis Rodman was officially given the title of Hall of Famer at the Naismith Memorial Basketball...

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    Wizards/Hawks Recap

    My thoughts on Saturday’s close loss against the Atlanta Hawks: The DC area’s CO2 emissions spiked on Saturday night… …when Wizards fans simultaneously breathed an enormous sigh.  Was this sigh a sigh of disappointment, you wonder?  No, my dear friends, for this sigh was a sigh of relief.  After watching Orlando debut...

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    Wizards/Hawks Recap

    The Wizards’ preseason home debut was pretty exciting to watch, as they straight-up roflstomped Atlanta for three quarters.  Here are my reactions to the game: Flip Saunders is my biggest fan I can’t confirm that Coach Saunders reads this blog, but he must, because he started Yi Jianlian last night.  I think...

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    NBA Preview Part II – 10 Reasons to Watch the Sixers

    10, 9, 8 — those 76ers. For those of you that have missed decent basketball in Philadelphia, I present 10 reasons to watch the Sixers this year: 10. Samuel Dalembert is not here:  Samuel was a great humanitarian and did some great things for his native Haiti.  That being said, he was...

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    How LeBron’s “Decision” Devalued His Legacy

    Before “The Decision”, I think there\’s was no question that Lebron was going to be one of those one-name guys: Russell. Jordan. Bird. Magic. Kobe. Shaq. Now? I\’m not so sure. Good athletes only get to be one-name guys when they beat the other one-name guys. Larry Bird had to get past...

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    Will Gilbert Arenas Stage A Comeback?

    When big-name players have epic seasons and are then plagued by injury or controversy, they often begin to play worse.  Much worse.  The official term for this is sucking.  If you look back at the last 6 or so years of basketball, a lot of this has been going on.  Big names...

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    Portland Trail Blazers 2010 Season Preview

    The Trail Blazers will kick off another year as the only major professional sports team in Portland on Oct 5th with a preseason game against the LA Clippers. The team remains mostly intact from last season but there will be a few changes that fans may notice. Brandon Roy returns as the...