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Did a team finally crack the code to stop the most potent offensive weapon in the NBA or was it just an expected outlier out of a season filled with excellent performances. Continue reading Was Steph Curry’s woeful shooting great Spurs defense or an off night?
Byron Scott ’s tenure as head coach of the Los Angeles Lakers started out positively enough, what with that nice press conference announcing his hiring, accompanied by some of his teammates from the great 80s championship teams. Continue reading Lakers Youth is Developing Well; Looks like the Masses Owe Byron Scott a Big Fat Apology
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As the Los Angeles Lakers’ season makes it last few proverbial circles down the drain they find themselves focused on trying to find out what they have with their young core of talent that hopefully will one day lead this franchise back to the top of the standings. Continue reading Can a Clarkson-Russell Duo work or will the Lakers have to Choose One?
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The Golden State Warriors are going to have a couple of very difficult decisions to make come this off-season when two integral parts of their championship composed team will enter free agency; Festus Ezeli and Harrison Barnes. Continue reading Should the Warriors Match a Max Money deal for Harrison Barnes? Can they Justify it?
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Many came away with the thought that Aaron Gordon was robbed in last night’s Verizon Slam Dunk Contest on All-Star Saturday night after Zach LaVine was announced as the winner, his 2nd straight in the contest. Continue reading Aaron Gordon had Dunk of the Night but Zach LaVine was the Dunker of the Night
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Kobe Bryant’s farewell tour has been a roller coaster in terms of performance on the court. Continue reading Kobe sets impressive NBA marks with his 38 point performance vs Wolves