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Should the Celtics trade Rajon Rondo?

Free agency 2014 is done and dusted, with most teams finalizing their transactions, and beginning to prepare for the long NBA season ahead of them. The West is stacked, and the East is getting better, but there are still teams who have failed to match the off season efforts of others.  One team which has […]

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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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What’s Up in Brooklyn?

An easier question would probably be what’s right in Brooklyn? Anyone…? Anything…? Just as I thought. Thus far it seems the best thing to happen to Brooklyn was the fact that Beyoncé and Jay Z turned up to a few games. Other than that the good times have been limited. There has been some comedic […]

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Weekly Hoop Scoop #2

So last week’s edition of the weekly hoop scoop was M.I.A due to some much deserved, OK, maybe just needed, holiday time for myself and now that I’m back in the realm of weekly drudgery, a few kilos heavier and with an even bigger drinking habit than before I left, I felt it was time to get back […]

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Five overrated teams for NBA season 2013/14

Golden State Warriors There’s nothing quite like a fairytale playoff run to unrealistically heighten expectations for the following season. I love watching the Warriors play, especially Steph Curry when he’s on fire and hitting shots from 35 feet off the dribble. I also have no doubt the Warriors will makes the playoffs again this season. […]

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Shake and Bake: The Best Duos of the NBA

While these dynamic duos may not be NASCAR superstars and they probably don’t discuss the pros and cons of a bearded baby Jesus, what they do is give their teams the best opportunity to win and entertain millions of fans along the way. I don’t know how many countless hours I’ve spent watching YouTube highlights […]

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Rajon Rondo’s More Than Important Season And How He Will Succeed

This upcoming season will feel dramatically different for anyone from or fans of the Boston Celtics. With the trading of Boston legends Paul Pierce & Kevin Garnett to the Brooklyn Nets and Coach Doc Rivers , it was definitely the end of era. While Boston fans aren’t expecting too much from the forthcoming season, it […]

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The Best of the Big Three Phenomenon*

Big threes. Every team wants one. Most teams have one. They just come in varying degrees of awesome. Recently it all started again with Boston. Garnett, Allen and Scalabrine…. sorry. Typo. Garnett, Allen and Pierce. They could do it all and turned a once struggling team into a powerhouse and became the team everyone wanted […]

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FULL 2013/14 NBA SEASON SCHEDULE

Finally, we get out first look at what the new season will look like with some BIG Christmas Day games and a few homecomings that will be sure to ruffle some feathers. Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett return to Boston January 26th with the Brooklyn Nets, while Dwight Howard and his Rockets will visit Kobe […]

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NBA Nation Australia’s Roundtable Featuring Tom Read And Matt McLean

Its been sometime since we had a roundtable discussion here at NBA Nation Australia and with all the moves being made via the NBA Draft and free agency we thought now would be a great time bring back the roundtable. We would like to welcome back Tom Read of the Believe The Hype podcast and […]

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