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Cavaliers Torn On Top Pick In The 2014 NBA Draft

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The 2014 NBA Draft is tomorrow night.. Still undecided Cavs? ESPN’s Chad Ford reports that the Cleveland Cavaliers are still torn between taking Jabari Parker or Andrew Wiggins with the #1 pick in the 2014 NBA Draft. Sources: Cavs owner Dan Gilbert wants Wiggins at No. 1. Cavs front office wants Parker. Link coming … […]

A Look Back At The Top 5 Plays Of The 2013 NBA Finals


The Rematch begins tomorrow night in San Antonio.. But first, let’s take a trip down memory lane. The rematch we have all been waiting for is almost here. We know the Spurs are ready to go. After taking down the Oklahoma City Thunder in six games, the Spurs took the crown in the West once […]

Adidas Debuts New Kanye West Track “God Level”

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Yeezy season approaches again.. Kanye West previews a new track titled, “God Level” in adidas ad.  adidas has launched it’s All Or Nothing campaign and their latest ad previews a new Kanye West track titled, “God Level.” With the 2014 FIFA World Cup only a month away, the excitement and anticipation for the world’s best […]

12 Things We Have Learned From The 2014 NBA Playoffs So Far

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The 2014 NBA Playoffs have been one for the ages. So what have we learned? This has been one of the most entertaining and unpredictable postseasons in the history of the NBA. Where else can you get this type of entertainment besides March Madness? Madness might be the best word to describe what the 2014 […]

The Digital Influence Of Clipper Nation’s Cries Against Racism

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It’s no secret that Los Angeles Clippers owner, Donald Sterling, is a marked man.  In the NBA’s crosshairs after released a sound recording of him making racist statements to his alleged mistress or girlfriend about not associating with blacks, minorities, or Magic Johnson, all hell has broken loose around the league and in the […]

Mr. Unreliable? Oklahoma City Newspaper Takes A Shot At Kevin Durant

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Oklahoma City newspaper decides it’s a good idea to slam their superstar.. Kevin Durant is one of the most humble superstars in NBA history. He has done countless hours of community service for Oklahoma City and throughout the NBA. Durant is also having his best season so far and will be announced as the 2014 […]

Brooklyn Nets Twitter Account Calls Out Their Own Fans

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Brooklyn make some noise. Really.. make some noise! In case you missed it last night, the Brooklyn Nets and the Toronto Raptors squared off in a pivotal Game 5 with the series tied 2-2. The Nets were down three with seconds to go and forward Andray Blatche ended the game with an unnecessary and costly turnover […]

Know Your Role – The Top 10 Role Players In The 2014 NBA Playoffs


There aren’t any one man shows in the league. NBA teams need reliable role players to win championships. Looking at the first week of the NBA Playoffs, there have been some unexpected and unfamiliar heroes. Troy Daniels of the Houston Rockets single handedly saved the Houston Rockets season last night with the biggest shot of […]

The Top 10 Individual Performances Of The 2013-14 NBA Season


Before we dive into the NBA Playoffs, let’s take a look back at the 10 best individual performances of the 2013-14 NBA season. When an NBA player gets in a zone, sometimes it’s appropriate to just give him the ball, get out of the way and enjoy the show. This season, some guys just couldn’t […]

The Top 15 Buzzer Beaters Of The 2013-14 NBA Season

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Who had the strongest clutch gene this season? There’s nothing better than a game winning buzzer beater (unless we are talking Blake Griffin on Timofey Mosgov levels of posterization). When the shot clock is running down, those buzzer beaters show us just how good some of the guys in the association are. There were some great buzzer […]

Oh God – Big Sean’s 5 Tracks To Get Him Through This Tough Time

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Big Sean and Naya Rivera are all done. So what now for the Hall of Fame rapper?  Big Sean and his former dime piece Naya Rivera have called it quits. The two called off their engagement and with this break up, we are looking forward to some fire tracks for the remainder of 2014 and more than likely into 2015 […]

The UConn Huskies Are The 2014 National Champions


March Madness concludes with UConn taking down Kentucky to win the National Championship.  After going into overtime with Saint Joseph’s in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, the #7 UConn Huskies finished one of the most improbable runs in college basketball history. UConn guard Shabazz Napier led the Huskies to a 60-54 victory over […]

UConn Defeats Florida To Advance To The National Championship Game

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UConn advances to the National Championship game after taking down Florida in the Final Four. How about those Huskies? The #7 UConn Huskies started their Final Four match up against the prohibitive favorite & #1 overall seed Florida Gators down 16-4. The Huskies started off slow but responded with the heart of a champion, outscoring […]

The New York Knicks Blowout The Brooklyn Nets At MSG


The Knicks dominated the Nets in the battle of the boroughs.  Oh what a ride it’s been for the Knicks this season. After all the embarrassing losses to start the season, to the hiring of the Zen Master himself Phil Jackson as President of Basketball Operations, the Knicks somehow still have a chance to make […]

LeBron James Posterizes Ekpe Udoh With A Monster Dunk

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Oh, Milwaukee.  It’s been that type of year for the Milwaukee Bucks. In addition to being the NBA’s punching bag with an abysmal league worst 14-60 record, the Bucks added insult to injury by giving LeBron James another addition to his poster collection. The Bucks didn’t stand a chance in this game against the Heat in […]

Florida, Wisconsin, UConn & Kentucky Are The Final Four

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These last two weeks have been a blast. Now the real fun begins. This is without a doubt one of the best NCAA Tournaments in recent memory. From Kentucky’s incredible game with Wichita State in the Sweet 16, to Wisconsin’s wild finish against Arizona in the Elite 8, Mercer’s first round upset over Duke and […]