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This Was LeBron’s Most Impressive Title Run

LeBron James is probably the only player that could get criticized for leading an NBA team to an NBA Title. Actually, leading three different teams to an NBA Title. Seemingly minutes after James accepted his fourth Finals MVP award, as a result of his fourth NBA Title, a large community found wiggle room to criticize. […]

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The Case for the GOAT

Kareem, Kobe Bean, Michael Jordan and LeBron James. Some of the names that have been tossed up in the conversation of “Greatest of All Time”. Can we truly decide who the best ever is? Absolutely not. When we’re gone, there will be some kid who comes up in the game and will possess the type […]

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Jimmy Butler and Django share more than their appearance

If you’ve seen the movie Django, it’s probably easy for you to see the similarities between him and Jimmy Butler based on their appearance. No explanation is needed. If you look at Jamie Foxx and Jimmy Butler side-by-side, other than one being 5-foot-9 and the other being 6-foot-7, you’ll see the similarities in their features. […]

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The Clippers are the problem, not Doc Rivers

The Los Angeles Clippers and Doc Rivers have officially broken up after a fruitful, yet unfulfilling seven-year relationship. This season with Paul George, Kawhi Leonard, Lou Williams, and a plethora of elite role players failed after blowing a 3-1 lead to the Denver Nuggets in the Western Conference Semifinals. This blown 3-1 lead marks the […]

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Denver, don’t fumble the bag like OKC

Is the Denver Nuggets Game 7 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers as big of an upset as we’re making it? Or is this right on par with where they should be? Last season, the Nuggets finished second in the treacherous Western Conference, yet no one expected them to make it to the conference finals, […]

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The Big 12’s BIG Problem

Our look at the Big 12’s rough Saturday and what they can do to fix it.

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This is the perfect opportunity for OKC to hire a Black head coach

It was no secret that this offseason for the Oklahoma City Thunder would be busy, full of movement and uncertainty. We also didn’t know that those things would be what pushes former head coach Billy Donovan away after five seasons with the Thunder. “We have the utmost respect for him. The things he did here […]

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