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How the NBA’s Clippers are Working to Improve in the Offseason

August 18, 20140 Comments

Training in the offseason in the NBA is often just as crucial to a team’s success as is in-season practices.  For the 29 teams that failed to lift the Larry O’Brien Trophy, the offseason is a perfect opportunity to work on a team’s weakness’, and to run drills that players don’t get to during the season. […]

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NBA Breakdown: Clippers VP of Operations Kevin Eastman On Coaching

August 15, 20140 Comments

Kevin Eastman has been apart of the Los Angeles Clippers’ coaching staff since before the 2013-2014 season.  Currently standing as Vice President of Operations in Los Angeles, Eastman has achieved his share of success throughout his career. Coach Nick is able to pull VP Kevin Eastman aside for an interview and breaks down the experienced […]

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Team Breakdowns

How the NBA’s Clippers are Working to Improve in the Offseason

August 18, 20140 Comments

Training in the offseason in the NBA is often just as crucial to a team’s success as is in-season practices.  For the 29 teams that failed to lift the Larry O’Brien Trophy, the offseason is a perfect opportunity to work on a team’s weakness’, and to run drills that players don’t get to during the season. […]

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NBA Breakdown: Clippers VP of Operations Kevin Eastman On Coaching

August 15, 20140 Comments

Kevin Eastman has been apart of the Los Angeles Clippers’ coaching staff since before the 2013-2014 season.  Currently standing as Vice President of Operations in Los Angeles, Eastman has achieved his share of success throughout his career. Coach Nick is able to pull VP Kevin Eastman aside for an interview and breaks down the experienced […]

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Player Breakdowns

NYU Alumni Sheldon Seltzer Breaks Down 1950′s Basketball

August 15, 20140 Comments

If you were to go back in time and watch a basketball game in the 1950′s you wouldn’t see any high flying dunks or 3-Point shots.  What you would see instead consisted mostly of Two Handed Set Shots, One Handed Push Shots, Hook Shots; strategies that are less often selected today. Sheldon Seltzer played basketball […]

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Pistons Rookie Spencer Dinwiddie And His NBA Training Regimen

August 13, 20140 Comments

Trainers throughout the NBA are constantly looking for the newest strategies to use with their players in the attempt to give them the greatest advantage on the court.  Be it different exercises to using unique tools and machines, some training regimens can get pretty interesting. Pistons PG Spencer Dinwiddie’s trainer is no different in his unique […]

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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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Michael Jordan: The Life – Author Roland Lazenby On His Latest Book

August 13, 20140 Comments

Michael Jordan is arguably the most dynamic player to ever take the court.  Amassing 6 NBA Championships, 6 NBA Championship MVP’s, 5 Regular Season MVP’s, and 10 All-NBA 1st Team votes, along with many more, Jordan is one of the more storied legends of our time. Coach Nick was able to have the chance to pick […]

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How To Unlock Your Athletic Ability Like NBA Stars

August 13, 20140 Comments

Players are always tweaking their training regimens to try and have the athletic advantage on the court.  The players who can run faster, run farther, and jump higher tend to be the most successful.  Innovative trainer Chong Xie uses the Hyper Arch Mechanism with his players to reportedly make his players feel “50-75% better [on […]

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