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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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Phil Jackson Accepts Job With Knicks

It’s official. Phil Jackson, 11-time championship coach will head to Madison Square Garden and become Head of Basketball Operations alongside Knicks owner James Dolan. First reported by NBA.TV, Jackson, who had been mulling over the offer for the past week is said to have officially accepted the job which will see him move cross country […]

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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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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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The Original Boozer

Carlos Boozer is a player who invokes heated discussion amongst NBA and Bulls fans alike but it’s not the Bulls power forward who will be gracing the pages of NBA Nation Australia in this piece, no, it will be the Bulls original Boozer, Bob Boozer. The Chicago Bulls were welcomed into the National Basketball Association […]

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Melo to the Lakers is a terrible plan

There have been many reports of late that New York Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony may be playing in the famous purple and gold strip of the Los Angeles Lakers next season, teaming up with fellow superstar Kobe Bryant. As a basketball fan, such a move would be fascinating. As a Lakers fan, I am completely […]

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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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NBA’s Greatest Rivalries: The Finale

Here it is, the moment you’ve all been waiting for, the last part in the trilogy that is the NBA’s Greatest Rivalries. We’ve hit some ones so far but in reality there are still some big dogs to go through yet. Enjoy.

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An Australian Sports Guide to the NBA pt. 1

So I was sitting with my housemate the other day and we were brainstorming about what I could write for the site when he suggested this idea. Basically what we’ve done is taken Australian sporting teams from a variety of codes and given you the NBA team that we think they are most suitably matched […]

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From Brooklyn to the Hall of Fame

Bernard King played for five different NBA teams during his 14 seasons in the league but its New York that he is most famously connected with. The Brooklyn born and raised King is best known for his ability to score. An exceptionally talented athlete, King will get his just dues tomorrow when he is inducted […]

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