Chris Paul Criticizes Female Referee

Chris Paul Criticizes Female Referee With 10:17 left in the third quarter against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Chris Paul received a technical foul from female referee Lauren Holtkamp. This caused Paul to cause havoc on the floor. He was still angry after the game. He had this to say in his full post-game quote: “I think

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VIDEO: Russell Westbrook Records a Triple-Double in Magic Win

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RefsWGAb5AM In a 104-97 win over the Magic on Monday night, Russell Westbrook recorded his 10th triple-double of his career. He padded the stats with 25 points, 14 assists, and 11 rebounds on a night where Kevin Durant was out with a sprained big toe on his left foot. This is not to take away

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19 Game Winning Streak Ends for Hawks with Loss to Pelicans

After a 19 game winning streak that consisted of going 17-0 through the month of January, as well as a 13 game road winning streak, the Atlanta Hawks hot and stellar play has finally come to and end. Last night, they suffered a 115-100 to the New Orleans Pelicans. Throughout this streak, they were beating

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New York Knicks In Running For Kevin Durant

  New York Knicks In Running For Kevin Durant Last night, there was a reason the last place Knicks beat the Oklahoma City Thunder by 8, Kevin Durant did not play. Over the last couple days, there has been some rumblings and talks of Kevin Durant taking his talents to the city that never sleeps

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Bucks Will Sign Kenyon Martin Through End Of Season

Only playing 47 minutes out of the 20 games he has been on the Milwaukee Bucks, most would think Kenyon Martin would be eventually released at some point of this season. He has averaged on 1.3 points on 33% from the field. He is playing behind the likes of John Henson and Zaza Pachulia. Martin

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Nets, Hornets Talking Joe Johnson, Lance Stephenson Trade

  Nets, Hornets Talking Joe Johnson, Lance Stephenson Trade The Brooklyn Nets sitting one game out of the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference, need a little spice added to their season this year. They have achieved that goal with trade rumors between them and the Charlotte Hornets. They have both sparked trade talk that

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J.R. Smith Starts Fast Break With Amazing Volleyball-Like Swat (Video)

  This is just amazing team work and sequence of events that happened for the Cleveland Cavaliers during a 106-92 win versus the Utah Jazz. It all starts with Kyrie Irving deflecting a Jazz players pass, with J.R. Smith  swatting the basketball and coming in to save ball from going out of bounds. That ‘volleyball-like’

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LeBron James feels 'better than ever' in this part of the season

LeBron James was sidelined with a knee injury in a crucial part of the Cavaliers season. Cleveland went 1-7 without LeBron, and are now 2-1 with James back in the lineup. With James averaging 33.7 ppg and 7.7 rpg, it’s not far fetched to think LeBron is returning to title winning form. He spoke to

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Reggie Jackson

Reggie Jackson is handling trade rumors, "better than we are"

  The Oklahoma City Thunder organization has had the lingering thought of Reggie Jackson this summer due to free agency. Reggie Jackson has reiterated many times that he wants to be an everyday NBA starter, which is something he doesn’t do in Oklahoma City. He wants to be the team facilitator, and run a team’s

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Jose Calderon and Andrea Bargnani may be on way out of New York, Stoudemire to stay

Injuries and a bad combination of talent have brought the New York Knicks to their worst start in franchise history. Phil Jackson has ended all hopes for the season by trading away Iman Shumpert and J.R. Smith to the Cleveland Cavaliers, and the team has discussed shutting down superstar Carmelo Anthony for the season due

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