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Boston Celtics look to 'Keep Making History' against the Miami Heat
Yes, the Celtics didn't start off too hot against the Heat, but there is still hope. The Celtics are now in a 0-2 series hole that they need to climb out of. If they wish to get through this series and make it to the Finals, they need to win 4 of their next 5 games.
I still have hope in this Celtics team. Although I believe the Heat will win it all (Including the Finals) I feel the Celtics will n...
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Was the Milwaukee Bucks, Monta Ellis Trade Worth It?
Did the helpless Bucks make the right decision this year? You know, the infamous Milwaukee Bucks?
Before the trade deadline, players like Carmelo Anthony, Dwight Howard, and even Kobe Bryant were possibly available for a trade. Injuries have cursed the Bucks best player, Andrew Bogut, and scattered injuries hurt Stephen Jackson, Drew Gooden, Mbah A Moute, Shaun Livingston, and Carlos Delfino.
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Bynum needs to go
There, I've laid it out on the line. 

Andrew Bynum is the cancer of the Los Angeles Lakers. Not Metta World Peace, not Kobe's bricks, and certainly not Gasol's 'soft' play.


There are small stretches during the regular season where Bynum looks like the best center in the NBA. But out of those stretches, he becomes a mediocre player that does nothing but hinder the Lakers.


He has no heart ...
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Derrick Rose Tears ACL, Out for Playoffs
After falling awkardly Saturday morning in game 1 of the best of seven series against Philadelphia, Derrick Rose was helped off the court. It has not been revealed that he tore his ACL and will miss the remainder of the playoffs. This single fall has dashed the playoff hopes and season of Chicago, and makes the road to the finals for the Heat much less rocky. Derrick Rose has had an injury-plagued... (continue)
Kobe Could Return Friday vs. Spurs
After missing the last six games with no timetable for his return, there is finally news on Kobe. Last Sunday against the Mavs, Kobe said he would try to return before the end of the season, and has not kept private his desire to wrap up the NBA scoring title. Kobe ran and worked out Wednesday in Golden State, however did not play. He may return on Friday, though when they visit the Spurs in a cru... (continue)
Not Easy in the Big Easy-Late Comeback Lifts Lakers
Lakers 93 Hornets 91




The Lakers got back to their winning ways Monday night against the lowly Hornets, though they were missing Kobe for the second game in a row. Like all other Lakers games this year, there was good news and there was bad news. We'll start with the good.

The Good


1. The Lakers appear to have found their rhythm, at least temporarily. After the Lakers's dominant perfor...
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Lakers In Session
My prayers have been answered, not by God, but by the Cleveland Cavaliers. 

It's been so long since we had a point guard that could at the very least outrun his grandma. 


Just about any point guard in the league would be an upgrade over Fisher. It's like trading in your Dreamcast system for a new 360.




It's been a long time since we had a point guard that could penetrate farther th...
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NBA Trades Grades
An opinion on every NBA trade that happens before the deadline. 1. Milwaukee Bucks trade Andrew Bogut and Stephen Jackson to the Golden State Warriors for Monte Ellis, Ekpe Udoh and Kwame Brown Bucks: Losing Bogut hurts, but it was well known that he was going to get traded at some point. First off, Udoh [...]... (continue)
Top 25 Point Guard Free Agency Predictions
*Part 1 of 5 In A 5 Week Series Shooting Guards: March 5 Small Forwards: March 12 Power Forward: March 19 Centers: March 26 Point Guards  DJ Augustine- (Restricted Free Agent)- Charlotte Bobcats Signs with Magic for 3-years - The … Continue reading ?... (continue)
Stop the Linsanity; Deron Williams is tops in this town
With the spotlight focusing on Madison Square Garden for most of this abbreviated basketball season, it became clear last night who is the best point guard in the area, and maybe the entire NBA. No, it’s not Jeremy Lin. It’s not Baron Davis either. Iman Shumpert? Come on. In these parts, and perhaps it’s already [...]... (continue)
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