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2017 NBA Playoffs: Clippers Go Coast-To-Coast To Even Series Against Jazz In Game 2

DeAndre Jordon versus Rudy Gobert was the key matchup for many coming into the Utah Jazz and Los Angeles Clippers first round matchup during this year’s NBA Playoffs. After all, the two are virtually mirror images of each other. Both freakish 7-footers that can defend the rim at a premier-level, while excelling in the pick-and-roll

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Jazz Defeat Clippers in Game 1, But Potentially Lose Rudy Gobert

Joe Johnson buried a buzzer-beating layup to lift the Utah Jazz to a 97-95 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers in Game 1, but did so without Rudy Gobert, who left the game with a knee sprain and is questionable for the remainder of the series. It’s hard to find two teams that have had

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2017 NBA Playoffs Preview: Utah Jazz vs. Los Angeles Clippers

Rudy Gobert leads the Utah Jazz into their first NBA playoffs since 2012, set to face a finally healthy Chris Paul and the Los Angeles Clippers in one of the most hyped matchups of the first round. Schedule Game 1 – Sat. April 15  Utah at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 p.m., ESPN Game 2 – Tue. April 18 

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Gordon Hayward Will Get His Chance To Shine Against Los Angeles Clippers

Gordon Hayward is probably not what you expect when you hear the words “NBA Star.” Mostly, it’s his skin color and fact that he looks like he should be knocking on your door to discuss the Good Book rather than drilling contested three’s. Oh, and the fact that up until the past year or so, he appeared

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I Hope You Like LaVar Ball, He’s Not Going Anywhere

Lonzo Ball isn’t going anywhere and neither is LaVar. The helicopter sports parent is generally not a great look. We generally don’t like the little league mom that cusses out a coach, or the dads that fight at high school football games. I mean, when was the last time you saw someone go after a ref and

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Isaiah Thomas Has One Final Test: The Playoffs

The Isaiah Thomas story has been well documented. A 5’9″ guard out of the University of Washington that played three years of high-caliber ball under coach Lorenzo Romar only to be selected dead last in the 2011 NBA Draft by the Sacramento Kings; Thomas played well in three years as a King, including a 20.3

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Ricky Rubio’s Late Season Resurgence May or May Not Be For Real

After struggling through the majority of the season, a resurgent Ricky Rubio has hit his stride late in the year; but once again Rubio has left the Minnesota Timberwolves with plenty of questions about his future. I’m a late person. I tend to misjudge times or sleep late, get distracted or forget altogether. It’s pretty incredible.

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Basketball Plus Stuff: So Now We Gonna Act Like We Hate Low Blows?

Hello and welcome back to the re-debuting of Basketball Plus Stuff here on Basketball Society, where we talk about basketball… plus stuff! The low blow (also known as a nut shot, octave-raiser, or *high pitched squeak*) has long been a staple in the American diet. For decades, perhaps even centuries, men have been hit right

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Eastern Conference Finals Preview: Cleveland Cavaliers vs Toronto Raptors

And then, there were four. After months of seeding and then weeks of playoffs, the NBA field has been whittled down to just four teams and really, there aren’t any surprises. In the East, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers have cruised their way back to the Conference Finals, playing the best basketball of their

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Western Conference Finals Preview: Oklahoma City Thunder vs Golden State Warriors

And then, there were four. After months of seeding and then weeks of playoffs, the NBA field has been whittled down to just four teams and really, there aren’t any surprises. In the East, LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers have cruised their way back to the Conference Finals, playing the best basketball of their

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