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All You Need Is Love

Kevin Love will opt out of his current deal and head to Cleveland, in a deal said to be agreed upon by the Cavaliers and the Timberwolves early this morning. According to multiple sources, the 25 year old Wolves All Star is finally getting his wish, and will be traded to the already stacked Cleveland Cavaliers […]

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LeBron James Still Unsure of Free Agency Decision

[Update 2.50pm 07/07/2014] Multiple sources confirm that the Cavaliers have made a significant push for LeBron James, by trying to free up enough cap space to offer him a max contract. Dan Gilbert has reportedly flown to South Florida with his entourage for a brief meeting with LeBron’s agent, who informed Gilbert they are impressed […]

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Patty Mills For PM

Politics and basketball. You wouldn’t think they go together, right?… Wrong! Both the major parties in Australia are struggling for support and I see only one solution to this. Bring in a new major party. The Spurs Party and have Patty Mills as Australia’s new Prime Minister. Prime Minister This is a no brainer. The […]

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Trash or Treasure: The Lance Stephenson Edition

Pacers V Heat. A match up many didn’t think would happen with Indiana being so out of form but the Pacers lifted when they needed to and are right in their Eastern Conference Final against the defending champion Miami Heat. It’s a very intriguing match up. The superstar in waiting Paul George, up against the […]

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Finals Cooking – @jLmcKern

Boof is here with another cracking write up! Fresh off the back of our joint venture with the Hoops Podcast, the boys will be contributing articles for the site as well so keep an eye out for more great content NBA teams are like recipes from a cookbook, the good ones are simple and subtle […]

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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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Finally, a legitimate NBA MVP debate – @RyanOak

After a number of seasons of forced and artificial debate over which NBA star is the Most Valuable Player, the 2013/14 season has finally provided us with a race worthy of heated discussion. In recent times, LeBron James has had a mortgage on the prestigious award. Over the past five seasons, ‘The King’ has taken […]

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Stop with the Comparisons!

Jordan, Kobe, Lebron. Lebron, Jordan, Kobe. Kobe, Lebron, Jordan. When will it stop? Why does there need to be such a constant comparison between the three? They are three of the best to ever grace the game. Each has brought something different to the court. You could even say that each has revolutionised how the […]

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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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Two Minutes With: Aron Baynes

As promised, here is the next instalment of Two Minutes With.  I was really excited about the opportunity to have a word with Aron, not only due to the fact that he’s an Aussie playing in the NBA but because he’s had to take the long road and battle to get there. I got the opportunity […]

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