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Basketball Drill: How to Finish Through Contact at the Rim

July 14, 20140 Comments

Finishing at the rim through contact is one of the toughest things to do in basketball. Even some of the premier guards in the NBA struggle with this skill, as big men in the NBA tend to be built like brick walls with giant wingspans. With this in mind, Coach Nick got on the floor […]

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How to Train NBA Players with Mark Adams

July 6, 20140 Comments

Mark Adams is a veteran in the coaching field. He made his way through the ranks, before becoming an assistant behind Jim Boeheim at Syracuse University. At Syracuse, Adams learnt many things, as he took on the role of player development. From there he became a high school head coach, which lead to his current […]

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How the Spurs Scored 37 in 3rd against the Thunder

June 5, 20140 Comments

Coaches Porn is back after a brief absence, and I’m sure you all missed it. Fittingly, it comes back with a video on the Spurs offense, the prettiest offense in the whole NBA. San Antonio were able to take advantage of some poor OKC defense on the way to scoring 37 points. Obviously a staple […]

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Heat vs Pacers Game 2: Indiana’s Problematic Offense

May 24, 20140 Comments

The Indiana Pacers relied heavily on their defense all season, as their offense is below average when compared to the rest of the NBA. A major problem on this side of the floor for the Pacers is their tendency to rack up big turnover numbers. This could be due to the erratic style of Lance […]

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Player Breakdowns

2014 NBA Draft Recap – Breakdown of Top 10 Picks

June 28, 20140 Comments

The 2014 NBA draft was hyped up to be one of the best drafts in recent history, certainly the best since 2003, when LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh came into the NBA. Wiggins was assumed to be the top pick, but there was always a chance Parker took his place. People […]

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NBA Sharp Shooter Ray Allen Breaks Down His Shooting Keys

June 22, 20140 Comments

Ray Allen is arguably the greatest shooter the NBA has ever seen. He has now hit 2,973 three pointers, good for first in league history, more than 400 ahead of previous record holder Reggie Miller. Allen has what many consider the prettiest shot in basketball. From the moment he catches the ball, it is a thing […]

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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 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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Kawhi Leonard Leads Spurs past Heat in Game 3 of NBA Finals

June 12, 20140 Comments

The San Antonio Spurs took on the Heat knowing that they had to win one of the two in Miami. They were clearly in the right mindset, as they came out of the gates with one of the greatest offensive first quarters ever. Incidentally, they broke the NBA record for highest FG% of any team […]

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Chris Bosh Saves Heat against the Spurs in Game 2 NBA Finals

June 12, 20140 Comments

The San Antonio Spurs and the Miami Heat were tied at 90 with three minutes remaining in game 2 of the NBA Finals. After that we saw a myriad of mistakes for both teams, which is extremely rare. The Heat were stagnant, which often happens, while the Spurs weren’t able to execute, which never happens. […]

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