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Durant Still the Alpha Dog in OKC, Remains Amongst NBA’s Elite

Playing in 80 games this season after being limited to 27 contests last season due to a Jones fracture in his right foot, former NBA MVP Kevin Durant seems to have been overlooked as one of the game's...
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Change in Home Signals Kings’ Return to Throne?

With their last postseason appearance resulting in a 4-2 series loss to the San Antonio Spurs in the 2006 NBA Playoffs, the Sacramento Kings are looking to end their losing drought with the help of th...
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NBA Playoffs Submerged in Injuries

Staff writer Elliot Thornton discusses the abundance of injuries that have appeared in the most recent years of the NBA Playoffs with regard to this season's postseason health woes.
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Rivers Performance Exemplifies Why We Love Sports

Austin Rivers performance last night reminded us sports fans that sports is more than just rings and top players; its about the heart these players display out on that court, field etc.
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2016 NBA Playoffs: Eastern Conference Locked In

With the 2016 NBA Playoffs set to tip-off this morning, each Staff Writer explains their take on the Eastern Conference matchups in store.
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2016 NBA Playoffs: Stage Set in Western Conference

With the 2016 NBA Playoffs set to tip-off this morning, each Staff Writer explains their take on the Western Conference matchups in store.
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‘The Answer’ Unveiled, AI’s Legacy Beyond the Court

Constantly critiqued yet admired by generations of kids and young adults worldwide, the 1996 NBA Draft's No. 1 overall pick Allen Iverson single-handedly transformed the culture of the NBA during his ...
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King James: Cleveland’s Savior or Fallen Hope?

The No. 1 overall pick in the 2003 NBA Draft, LeBron James has been crowned as the king of the league despite entering with his high school status. Unable to bring Cleveland its first NBA title in his...
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NBA: Where Chef Curry Happens

Stephen Curry is in the midst of possibly the greatest individual season in NBA history, and we should all appreciate the game’s newest trailblazer. Assistant Sports Editor Jorge Mercado analyzes t...
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Rumor Has It: NBA Trade Deadline

With the NBA trade deadline set for 3 p.m. EST, many teams will try to scramble up some last minute trades. Staff writer Jorge Mercado explains the most prestigious players on the trade block to possi...
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MLK Day Prolongs the Legacy of Dr. King and is Central to the Memphis Grizzlies Franchise

Staff writer Elliot Thornton discusses the significance of Dr. Martin Luther KIng's contributions in the fight for civil and social rights in addition to their presence in the platform of sports.
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Top 10: Best Player Signature Celebrations in NBA History

From Michael Jordan to Steve Novak and more, staff writer Elliot Thornton ranks his Top 10 Player Signature Celebrations in NBA history.
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Ball Is Life? No, Kobe Is

It's been an emotional week for Laker fans as the final days of Kobe Bryant's career have officially arrived. Sports editor Michael Jorgenson discusses what the the Mamba's impact has truly meant for ...
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“Flip”: Minnesota’s Hometown Hero

The young Timberwolves have a lot to play for this season with the passing of Flip Saunders.
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Kobe Bryant: The Lakeshow Sensei

Without a doubt Kobe Bryant will go down in NBA history as one of the greatest to ever play the game. As fulfilling it is to see the Black Mamba back on the court after an injury riddled span of three...
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