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The King to honor Air Jordan

Rob @ November 13, 2009 # No Comment Yet

In another moment of sport that has nothing to do with play, this one actually doesn’t involve the police or the arrest of a famous athlete.  This involves a few of the best players in the NBA recognizing the best player to have ever played in the NBA and doing it on their own initiative. […]

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Spur gets cold feet at eleventh hour

Rob @ July 17, 2009 # One Comment

Richard Jefferson cancelled his wedding in the most bizarre of ways.   In the past, couples usually dissolved prior to becoming engaged, but sometimes it doesn’t work out and they break things off before the wedding.  Most couples, not even famous celebrities and athletes like Richard Jefferson, won’t wait until two hours before the deed […]

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NBA getting technical with technicals

Rob @ June 4, 2009 # 3 Comments

May 26 was a big day for the Magic Nation. Superman (Dwight Howard) soared over The King (LeBron James), leaving bards to sing songs about the greatness that was game four of the Eastern Conference finals. But even as the confetti fell after the King’s last-ditch attempt to stab kryptonite into the heart of Superman […]

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Jordan-esque tendencies reappearing

Rob @ May 29, 2009 # 4 Comments

To those that watched and followed the NBA playoffs this year, one thing has become pretty obvious: the Jordan days seem to be back. I’m talking about the days when the home and visiting teams played by a certain set of rules and Jordan played by his own; days when fouls such as an offensive […]

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Are new NCAA rules a waste?

andrea @ May 2, 2009 # No Comment Yet

There’s a couple of new NCAA rules that have been recently approved by the NCAA’s Board of Directors that will start in the fall. The NCAA, NBA, NBAPA and National Association of Basketball Coaches have worked, and continue to work on new regulations for the NCAA including: NBA tryouts have been moved up to April […]

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