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Steph Curry: On the Defensive

September 29, 20140 Comments

Training camps are upon us, summer finally becoming nothing but a memory. With the transition comes media days across the league and increased visibility as players, coaches and staff alike once again congregate to start another season rolling. Sound bites are the trophies of the day; one nugget of particular interest over the weekend came […]

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How Steve Nash Ran 7 Seconds Or Less For D’Antoni’s Phoenix Suns

September 28, 20140 Comments

{Editor’s note: Coach Daniel has been breaking down NBA games over at his YouTube channel and will share his breakdowns with us from time to time} Coach Daniel goes through this thrilling 2006 Western Conference playoff game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Phoenix Suns to break down how Steve Nash kept his team’s […]

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Are There Fundamentals To Streetball? Tom Conman Connors Weighs In

September 28, 20140 Comments

Tom Conman Connors is a professional street basketball player; a profession that mixes creativity and basketball skills.  Connors focuses on his array of moves, claiming to have more than 100 different ball-handling moves, in his effort to elude his defender on his way to the basket.  Connors holds 14 world records in the street ball world, […]

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Is Eric Bledsoe Worth $70 Million Dollars? The Suns Think So.

September 28, 20140 Comments

Eric Bledsoe came into the league in 2010, drafted by the Los Angeles Clippers.  Since then he’s proven he’s capable of blossoming into a star point guard in the NBA if he’s only given the chance on the court.  Unfortunately for Bledsoe, that star opportunity wasn’t 100% available on Los Angeles as an understudy behind […]

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Can Jose Calderon Play Derek Fisher’s Triangle?

September 22, 20140 Comments

The 2013-14 New York Knicks epitomized dysfunction. From off-court problems and misfitting on-court pieces to front-office quarrels and hot-seat coaching, last season’s team suffered even before October’s opening tip. That all is supposed to change within the next few years. A lot of the franchise’s future success rests not on the hardwood, but in the […]

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USA vs SERBIA: 2014 FIBA World Cup Championship Game

September 22, 20140 Comments

Finishing the 2014 FIBA World Cup, once again, the United States found themselves atop the list as they dominated Serbia in the Championship, 129 to 92.  However, while Serbia got run down by the US later in the game, they proved worthy of the Championship game during the 1st quarter as their intelligent play and offensive […]

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NBA Futures Odds: Central Division Preview

September 22, 20140 Comments

Cleveland’s lackluster performance in the 2013-14 NBA season certainly didn’t provide any short-term Championship hopes as they finished the season 16 games under .500.  However, after acquiring some talent and transforming their fairly young, inexperienced crew into a star studded team boasting names like LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, and Kevin Love.  Moving to the top of the […]

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Mentality’s Importance and it’s Contribution to a Successful Athlete

September 22, 20140 Comments

Every fan knows that within the sporting world, physical talent may mean a lot, but it most certainly isn’t everything.  MLB legend Yogi Berra absolutely understood this fact, leaving behind one of his many pieces of humorous wisdom in saying, “Baseball is 90% mental, the other half is physical.”  The same can easily be said […]

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