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ABA Bloodlines – Guest Piece by James McKern (@jLmcKern)

We’d like to thank Boof, one half of the Hoops Podcast duo (Runners up for our Podcast of the Year) for submitting this fantastic piece. You can find him on Twitter @JLMcKern or at @HoopsPodcast. Be sure to head over and give them a follow, as well as download the Hoops Podcast from the iTunes […]

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The Underdogs (Clippers V Warriors)

The Playoffs are here and it is easily the best part of any NBA Season. It has highs and lows, ups and downs and sometimes the underdog gets their time to shine against the best in the league. Thus far in the Playoffs we’ve seen some upsets and they always make for interesting viewing. Sometimes […]

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Early Under/Over-Rated Season Predictions Answered – @RyanOak

Which teams ended up being over, under or properly rated in 2013/14? In the pre-season I wrote two articles in which I outlined which five teams I thought were over and underrated, respectively, heading into the 2013/14 NBA season. Though you always expect to end up with egg on your face making such public predictions, […]

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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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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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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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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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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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NBA All Star Weekend Recap

New Orleans played host to this years All Star weekend, which turned out to be a weekend of highs and lows. The All Star game itself played out just as it always has, a high scoring affair until the final quarter, when it became a real battle to decide who the winner was but the […]

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