Iverson is a Hall of Famer

By Michael Gilbert Allen Iverson, A.I., The Answer, the self-proclaimed best player to have ever played, had his banner raised on Sunday, and that banner raised his name to the very top of The Wells Fargo center. The ceremony came with emotions, chants, highlight clips, and instragram pictures that strolled back down memory lane. Regardless of which nickname you use,

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Has Wade Finally Slowed Down?

By Dewayne Gage Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade is a three time NBA champion and an NBA finals MVP. Alongside those accomplishments, he won a scoring title in 2009, a two time All- Star Skills Challenge Champion, and last but not least was selected number five overall in one of the biggest drafts in NBA history in 2003. Wade’s style

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The Milwaukee Bucks… Don’t Give Up Just Yet

By Michael Beiermeister Times are tough in Milwaukee if you’re a Bucks fan like myself. With rumors of the team hopping ship to another destination, the worst record in the NBA, and a loss of love of the game, the Bucks have only one way to go: up.  Right now looks pretty awful, but in three to five years we

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Durant Tops James, Heat in Miami: Don’t Be Fooled

By John Deighton LeBron James secured his second straight NBA Title following a 37-point performance in game seven to defeat the San Antonio Spurs. If anyone suggested that there was a player in basketball more dominant than the four-time MVP, and now two-time defending world champion, that person would be ridiculed mightily. Just six months later, Oklahoma City’s Kevin Durant

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LA Lakers: How-to Clarify An Uncertain Furture

By Keith Woods I’m not going to lie, I’ve been pretty spoiled being a Lakers fan.  Every year it was championship or bust. With every turnaround jumper Kobe Bryant took, LA fans would feel collectively closer to yet another championship parade. But over the past two Laker’s seasons it hasn’t felt the same. There are numerous issues plaguing the franchise

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Is Paul George a Superstar?

By Dewayne Gage It’s Game 1 of the 2012 NBA Eastern Conference Finals and the Miami Heat are on a quest for their second NBA title. The Heat are up by three and with 2.2 seconds left on the clock, Indiana Pacers guard Paul George races up and shoots a 3-point field goal to tie the game up, forcing game

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What’s the Deal with New York Basketball?

By Thomas Conroy “A long December, and there’s reason to believe, maybe this year will be better than the last” – Counting Crows I had an interesting conversation with one of my roommates about professional basketball. He accused me of only being a Knicks fan when the team was good. I said that was impossible; the Knicks have never been good

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