Games during the regular season are basically one-night stands.
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On October 30, the Cleveland Cavaliers opened their season at home by defeating the Brooklyn Nets
That analysis of the crushing impact Andrew Bogut’s indefinite absence will have on the Warriors playoff hopes has been relegated to one side of the ball is extremely telling. Golden State was a defensive team first and foremost this season, after all, due in large part to the supreme influence of its seven-foot Aussie. But his near-dominance on that end of the floor not withstanding, we’d be remiss to continue acting as if the loss of Bogut won’t prove detrimental to the Warriors offense, too. And considering that reality, it bears mentioning that Golden State is in even more trouble against the Clippers than anyone's anticipating.
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Kobe Bryant is dead wrong.
A few hours before the Lakers closed out their worst season (record-wise)
Blake Griffin had way more to say in his recent interview with Rolling Stone than his views on how old the Earth is.
Hit Timofey Mozgov in the face and draw your 16th technical? You're going to get asked to stay home by the league, Blake Griffin. ...oh, you were staying anyway? Well, no pay for you!
Kyle Lowry learns everything he knows about swag from teammate Greivis Vasquez.
The Sixers have received our derision all season, labeled as faceless losers. But, who are these guys really?
Where there is nothing positive for miles and miles except for a 7 footer with a frowny face and a middle-aged former shooting guard packing his bags.
The Phoenix Suns are dead. Long live the Phoenix Suns.