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The Mid-Range Game: Is It Gone Forever?

The National Basketball Association is a league of extraordinary men, who have adapted and modified their games to fit the everlasting evolution of basketball. As a basketball purist, you have to remember how simple the game was in its’ earliest stages. 2,100 more words

Who's The Real MVP?

Now that we are into the last third of the NBA regular season, and the playoff picture finally coming into focus, the discussion turns to who should be crowned the Most Valuable Player for the 2014-2015 regular season. 1,673 more words


Westbrook suffers scary facial injury

Robert Williams | Elite Insiders

According to the official website of the Oklahoma City Thunder, Westbrook underwent successful surgery after a facial injury.

With 2.5 seconds left in the fourth quarter Friday night in a 115-112 loss against the Portland Trailblazers, Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook took a unintentional knee to the face by his teammate Andre Robeson. 31 more words


Remembering Anthony Mason: 1966-2015

Robert Williams | Elite Insiders

Anthony Mason, a powerhouse for the NY Knicks who began his NBA career in the ’90s, died at 48 on Saturday morning after battling with heart trouble. 161 more words


The D-Rose Dilemma

Dylan Kuhn | The Table Setter

My, how long ago 2011 must feel for the Chicago Bulls and its fans. Ever since Derrick Rose won the NBA’s Most Valuable Player award for 2010-2011 season, it seems everything has just been an absolute train wreck for him. 799 more words

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Catching Up on the Sports World

Due to work commitments, it has been pretty hard to sit down and write a post (if only I could do this for a living…), but a lot has happened in sports over the past little while that needs to be caught up on. 568 more words

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