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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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Spurs Demolish Heat To Claim Fifth NBA Title

In what can only be described as a 5-game bloodbath, the San Antonio Spurs shoved aside the pain and anguish of last season’s epic defeat, to claim the franchise’s 5th title with a dramatic 104-87 victory in San Antonio tonight. After a season fought with the events of last year’s finals fresh in their minds, […]

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Is This The Worst Free Throw In NBA History? [Video]

Tony Parker submits his entry for worst free throw of all time. It didn’t count, but still…

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Why The NBA Is Now A Small Man’s Game

The NBA is now a small man’s game. In the 90s, the NBA was known as a big man’s league. With superstars like Shaquille O’Neal, Hakeem Olajuwon, Patrick Ewing, David Robinson and Alonzo Mourning roaming the paint, the prevailing thought was that if you didn’t have a dominant – or at the very least, a […]

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Top 10 Players Heading into the ’13-’14 Season

So I caused a bit of a kerfuffle earlier today when I claimed that Russell Westbrook wasn’t as good as most people make him out to be and as such, I decided I’d give you my top 10 players heading into the 21013-3014 season.

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2013 Finals Game 1 Recap – Dan Attias

There isn’t a bigger stage in the hoops world than the NBA Finals and today was definitely no exception. The Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs put on a game to remember as the Spurs took the win away from home in a thriller to lead the series 1-0. The game started well for the […]

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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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NBA Season Previews: Part 7

Howdy folks! We’re back today with the latest team season preview taking a look at Western Conference favorites the Oklahoma City Thunder, Perennial dark horses the Philadelphia 76ers (or will they be?) and southern giant killers the San Antonio Spurs. Enjoy! Oklahoma City Thunder How Will They Do? Oklahoma City are the NBA’s darlings, rising […]

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NBA NATION AUSTRALIA’S TOP 25 PLAYER RANKINGS

With the NBA just around the corner, the team at NBA Nation Australia decided to take a look at who we think are the current 25 Best players in the league. We thought it was going to be easy and that we would all agree, ha! If it was only that simple. After days of […]

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NBA CONFERENCE FINALS (SAN ANTONIO) – THE COACH, THE CROWD AND THE KEYS

San Antonio Spurs  Coach: Gregg Popovich   Popovich’s coaching attitude is best described by his recent on court musings – “Get Nasty”. Coach Pop is tough, demanding and technical. This could be drawing influence from his early days in the Air Force. He and his staff only draft players which fit into their system, each trade […]

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