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NBA Breakdown – Why Paul George and the Pacers are Struggling

April 9, 20140 Comments

The Indiana Pacers started off on fire this season. Led by their new superstar Paul George, they raced out to the best record in the league, making it seem as though they were guaranteed to compete against Miami in the Eastern Conference Finals. George thrust himself into MVP talk, playing better individual basketball than all […]

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Wichita State vs Kentucky: Questionable Calls and No Early Late

March 29, 20140 Comments

March Madness has arrived, and Coach Nick is going to breakdown some games from the NCAA Tournament. First up is Kentucky (8) vs Wichita State (1). Kentucky features top draft prospect Julius Randle at power forward. Randle did not stand out in this game, however, on one play, he showed why many scouts drool over his […]

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Spurs vs Trail Blazers – San Antonio’s Offense is Incredible

March 18, 20140 Comments

The San Antonio Spurs have been a terrific team for over a decade now. Handling the reigns of the team that whole time? Greg Popovich, quite possibly the best coach in recent history (take your pick between Phil Jackson and Pop). Currently in the NBA, you would be hard pressed to find a team that […]

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NBA Breakdown – How To Light Up The Miami Heat Defense

March 14, 20140 Comments

The Miami Heat will definitely be going deep into the NBA playoffs. They have had another successful season, despite Dwyane Wade missing chunks of games due to injury. In the past, the Heat have been able to use their high pressure defense to force turnovers and get out on the fast break, resulting in easy […]

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NBA Breakdown – Why Paul George and the Pacers are Struggling

April 9, 20140 Comments

The Indiana Pacers started off on fire this season. Led by their new superstar Paul George, they raced out to the best record in the league, making it seem as though they were guaranteed to compete against Miami in the Eastern Conference Finals. George thrust himself into MVP talk, playing better individual basketball than all […]

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Does Westbrook make Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder Better?

March 23, 20140 Comments

Oklahoma City Thunder star Russell Westbrook is overflowing with talent and athleticism. The 6’3″ guard is lightning fast, has great agility and can jump out of the gym. Combined with these natural gifts, Russell is incredibly skilled, with terrific handles, good court vision, and touch around the basket. Despite the talent, many doubt whether Westbrook […]

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NBA Breakdown – Eastern Conference Playoff Predictions

March 14, 20140 Comments

The playoffs are just around the corner, and every NBA fan is taking a look at the standings, to see which teams will make it and which teams will miss out. Coach Nick and Arturo Galletti from BoxScoreGeeks.com analyze who will make up the final eight from the East, using highly advanced stats, along with […]

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The NBA in London: The English Perspective on the NBA

March 6, 20140 Comments

Coach Nick spoke with Dan Tan, our BBALLBREAKDOWN Correspondent from over the pond, to give us his insights into the first regular season NBA game ever played in England. Plus, we feature the #FanShots you’ve tweeted to us – don’t forget, if you’re at an NBA game, send us a shot and use the hashtag […]

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The Secret to Improving Athletic Ability through the Feet

March 22, 20140 Comments

Ever watched your favorite stars in the NBA and dreamt of sharing their athleticism? With appropriate training, you can develop your speed, leaping ability and durability, according to Chong Xie of www.secret-of-athleticism.com. Xie, a longtime basketball fan and player, explains the extensive research he has gone through to develop his theories. Most notably, athletic ability appears […]

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Anthony Davis Could Prevent Durant From Being the Best in the NBA

March 19, 20140 Comments

Anthony Davis is a freak of nature. Throughout high school, he was a 6’3″ guard, who ran the point for his team. Then one year, he grew seven inches, transforming him into a terror on the court. Standing at just under 6’11″ now, Davis has the ability to handle the ball and pass like a […]

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