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Iverson Documentary To Premier Late April

A new documentary simply titled “Iverson” is due for release in just a few days, with the premier scheduled for April 27th at the Tribeca Film Festival. It is said that the film will document much of the Philadelphia 76ers legend’s youth, through his years in the NBA and onwards into a life fraught with […]

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2014 NBA Playoff Race

  With the 2013-14 NBA regular season coming to a close there are still a number of playoff spots up for grabs. Let’s take a look at the run home for those still with a shot at a post-season berth in both the Eastern and Western Conferences. Eastern Conference There are five teams who have […]

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Shaq Being Investigated For Alleged Assault

Former NBA Champion and TNT analyst Shaquille O’Neal is currently being investigated by authorities for an alleged assault that reportedly occurred at Turner Studios in Atlanta in May of 2013. An employee of Turner Sports has alleged that Shaq assaulted him in the hallway of the studio, “hitting him in the back, and landing on […]

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The “T” Word

Tanking. It’s like the new planking. Everyone is talking about it so I thought I’d join the party in an upright seated position. Is it happening in the NBA? Is it worth it? Does it work? Or is this just a story that has been blown out of proportion and turned into something bigger than it actually is? After […]

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Phil Jackson Accepts Job With Knicks

It’s official. Phil Jackson, 11-time championship coach will head to Madison Square Garden and become Head of Basketball Operations alongside Knicks owner James Dolan. First reported by NBA.TV, Jackson, who had been mulling over the offer for the past week is said to have officially accepted the job which will see him move cross country […]

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Coach-of-the-year award wide, wide open

When it comes to voting for the 2013-14 NBA Coach of the Year, I wish those ‘fortunate’ enough to be asked to fill out a ballot all the very best of luck. Always a hotly contested award, this season has an even deeper field of worthy recipients, for which I personally struggle to nominate the […]

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Is Phil Jackson on The Comeback Trail?

Widely regarded as the greatest coach in NBA history, with 11 titles to his name with MJ’s Bulls in the 90′s and Kobe’s Lakers in the 00′s, Phil Jackson’s NBA status is nothing short of legendary. Throughout his tenure as coach of two of the greatest dynasties in league history, Jackson remained an ever constant […]

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Made By Kobe: Check out the Black Mamba’s Brand new commercial (Video)

A new Kobe Bryant commercial had emerged featuring his much anticipated Kobe 9 shoe. Ingeniously entwined with Kobe’s love for the piano, and the elegance with which he approaches his craft, is the brand new shoe which has just hit stores this week. Kobe 9 – The grandest grand collection, of grand collections.

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Allen Iverson – The Highs and Lows

“We’re talking about practice. I mean listen, we’re sitting here talking about practice, not a game, not a game, not a game, but we’re talking about practice. Not the game that I go out there and die for and play every game like it’s my last but we’re talking about practice man.” Even the most […]

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The Best of the All-Stars

There you have it. All-Star Weekend done and dusted for another year. It had its highs. It had its lows. And the less said about the Dunk Contest the better. So here’s what I’ve done. I’m going to give you my All-Time, All-Star 5. Forget about who has played the most games or has the […]

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