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Even without Kevin Durant, Thunder-Warriors should be one for the ages

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If you’d asked me a month ago what I was looking forward to about the first round of the NBA playoffs, I’d have answered in a heartbeat that a 1-8 matchup between Golden State and Oklahoma City would be must-watch television. I still feel that way, but for different reasons. Continue Reading

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Why I’m giving up on the Spurs

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We’ve been watching Tim Duncan, Gregg Popovich and their revolving cast of supporting characters work together for going on 18 years now. We’ve seen them do their thing. We’ve watched countless games, we’ve heard countless broadcasters and other media folk fawn over them, and we’ve been through every narrative about the Spurs that there is to go through. Continue Reading

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Freed from Blake Griffin’s shadow, this is DeAndre Jordan’s time

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With the Clippers’ five-time All-Star big man sidelined, their zero-time All-Star big got a brief window of time to showcase his talents, freed from the monstrous shadow that’s so often dwarfed him. That’s right – these last few weeks have belonged to DeAndre Jordan. Continue Reading