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Like A Blur: Blake Griffin Is A One Man Wrecking Crew In Transition

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No team in the NBA has a more athletic front-court than the L.A. Clippers, and Doc Rivers sure has taken advantage of that. While Blake Griffin continues to expand his game and propel himself into the MVP conversation, DeAndre Jordan sticks to his guns by being the backbone of the teams defense and letting everyone else do the hard work for him on the offensive end.

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Fighting Father Time: Derek Fisher Refuses To Change

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We've seen players from the 1996 come and go in this league, and while some have arguably had more successful careers, no one's persistence is quite as surprising as Derek Fisher's.

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The Lowly Bobcats Aren’t So Lowly Anymore

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Since their inception in 2004, the Charlotte Bobcats have been the laughing stock of the league. Only once in the past 10 years have they won more than 36 games, and that one season happened to end quickly with a four-game sweep at the hands of the Orlando Magic. Then there's the 2011-2012 season, the one in which they won just seven games and set a record that basically made them the worst team in NBA history.

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A Work In Progress: Kevin Durant Struggles In Russell Westbrook’s Return

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In the past, the Oklahoma City Thunder have struggled without Russell Westbrook in their lineup, which doesn't come as a huge surprise seeing as he's a top five player in the league when healthy. However, ever since he went under the knife again before the New Year, the Thunder have been one of the NBA's hottest teams, posting a 20-8 record over a two month period which has helped hold their position at the top of a crowded Western Conference.

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Nerlens Noel Spoofs Anthony Davis’ Foot Locker Commercial In Instagram Video

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A couple of weeks ago, Foot Locker came out with a new commercial. In it, some teenager is playing basketball at his house and he's talking to himself, living out his hoop dreams by counting down the seconds in some imaginary game, setting himself up for the game-winning shot.