Luol Deng won the J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award, which should serve as some small consolation amid a season that has, to be frank, sucked for him.
The Miami Heat have had several opportunities over the last few weeks to lock up the first seed in the Eastern Conference. But they didn't get a damn.
Kawhi Leonard isn't just trying to be a star NBA player; he's trying to do that from within a uniquely structured NBA entity.
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Losing is just as collaborative an effort as winning is, so the Pacers' recent slide is hardly the fault of one player. That being said, I'd like to focus on what I believe to be the biggest determining factor: the Pacers' acquisition of Evan Turner.
It wasn’t long ago that Goran Dragic was considered expendable. Jeff Hornacek made his intention to employ a two point guard backcourt of Dragic and summer trade prize Eric Bledsoe well-known before the season, but most league followers deemed that decision wildly optimistic and even outright naive.
Music and basketball are familiar bedfellows.
Just like there's more than one way to skin a cat, there's more than one way to develop an NBA rookie. As long as you do it, does it really matter how it happens.
Against all odds, yet again, by some means, the Chicago Bulls are here. 47-33, heading into the playoffs with home court advantage for the fourth year in a row. And of course, Derrick Rose is sidelined. Aaaaagain.
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There's a strain of perverse glee that can intoxicate us whenever we see a fringe player reach the creaky end of their career. How depraved can the statistics get, exactly?