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2014 NBA Nation Australia Awards

Welcome to the the highly prestigious 2014 NBA Nation Australia Awards! We’ve dissected the cream of the crop from this year’s high flyers of the NBA season and put a big old label on the best of the best of them! We’ve got awards for MVP, right the way through to best podcast, so grab […]

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NBA Nation Australia’s Roundtable Featuring Adam Howes, Tom Read and NBA Slander – April 2014

It’s been a long time coming, but NBA Nation Australia’s Roundtable is finally back, and with the 2014 Playoffs just around the corner, there are are a multitude of topics that ache for discussion. From the rise, and subsequent demise of the Indiana Pacers, to an unbelievably close race for the MVP crown, this NBA […]

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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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Kevin Durant – By the Numbers

  Kevin Durant continued his unbelievable run of big scoring games this season when he scored 41 points against the New York Knicks in a 112-100 victory for the Oklahoma City Thunder today. The Thunder were in the driver’s seat for most of the contest and not only did Durant notch up another 40 point […]

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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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Bulls on Parade

It wasn’t too long ago that the Chicago Bulls were considered one of just a few teams that had a legitimate chance of taking out an NBA title. Fast forward almost two years and it seems most followers of the league have too many doubts to name the Bulls as legitimate contenders. Sure, a lot […]

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Allen Iverson wants the crowd to be louder

Iverson Set to Call it Quits

Allen Iverson, the 11 time all star, the 2001 MVP, the man who on his own took Philadelphia to the 2001 Finals, is set to draw the curtain on his NBA career. Iverson is one of the best small men ballers to ever step foot on the court. Though sometimes he was controversial, he was […]

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The Big O

LeBron James has 30 of them.  The great Michael Jordan managed 28 in his illustrious career.  The Triple Double is a rare feat on the basketball court. Only one player in the history of the game has managed to average a triple double in the one season; that man was Oscar Robertson.

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The Day Bird Dropped 60

The superlatives often exist to skew the truth when it comes to the sports stars of yesteryear. With the passing of time, we see many a story become inflated to suit the needs of the story teller. Much like the tale of the one that got away, the memory sometimes outshines the reality. Not so […]

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