Tag Archives: Magic Johnson

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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Sam Smith Interview

Sam Smith covers the Chicago Bulls for http://www.nba.com/bulls/ and is a member of the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. He’s spent the last three decades covering the Bulls for the Chicago Tribune and the Chicago Bulls own website. He is the author of the bestselling book The Jordan Rules and one of the most well respected […]

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The Greatest NBA Finals Series of All-Time

Just as there is no greater emotion than sinking a buzzer beater in the final seconds, there is no greater show than a seven game finals series. This, I believe, is a testament to that.  

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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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Back To Back

It’s always a tough ask to win an NBA title but it’s even tougher to back it up and win the following year. Every team is gunning for you, wanting to beat the top dog and you never get an easy game. So with the Miami Heat winning their second consecutive championship this week, I […]

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Married To The Game

Some could excuse Tim Duncan for putting in some sub-par performances throughout these playoffs with his pending divorce hanging over his head. However Duncan, the consumate professional, has not let these problems get to him, even beginning to close in on Magic Johnson’s record for most double-doubles in the post season.

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Dwight Howard’s Message To Lakers Nation; Where To From Here?

After yesterday’s embarrassing loss to the San Antonio Spurs, and his untimely ejection from the game early in the third quarter, and what appeared to be a confrontation with GM Mitch Kupchak (later dismissed) Lakers center Dwight Howard finally opened up to the world via Twitter in an attempt to rectify what he felt to […]

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One Day In L.A: How The Dynamics Of The Los Angeles Lakers Rest On One Man’s Shoulders

It’s no secret that the Los Angeles Lakers have built their franchise on risk taking and money spending. From the showtime era to the current…well… not so showtime era, the Lakers have always been happy to spend the extra money, and take the extra risk to ensure that silverware returned to the city. This ethos […]

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Legendary Lakers Owner Dr. Jerry Buss Dies Aged 80

Legendary Lakers owner Jerry Buss has passed away this morning aged 80 with family and friends by his side. Dr. Buss had long been dealing with serious illness but last week it was revealed that he was close to death. Throughout the course of history we have seen many great owners across a wide variety […]

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‘The Announcement!’

I had the absolute please of viewing the fantastic new ESPN documentary last titled ‘The Announcement’. ‘The Announcement’ in question is the announcement Earvin ‘Magic’ Johnson made to the world informing them he had contracted the HIV Virus. As usual with ESPN documentaries you know you can expect a sports film of the highest quality, […]

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