Golden State Warriors vs. Memphis Grizzlies – Game 4 Recap

The Golden State Warriors showed up to play yesterday and they were simply the better team throughout the match. What Memphis was able to do in the previous two games, Golden State did last night. They played harassing defense forcing turnovers and speeding up the Grizzlies’ pace; which kept them in control the entire game. The

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Tonight means a lot for the Golden State Warriors

The Golden State Warriors have a chance to turn things around tonight to even their series with the Memphis Grizzlies at 2-2. For a team that has earned all the excitement and hooplah all season, the last thing they want to do is lose tonight. In the past two games, Memphis has made what looked

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Wizards-Hawks Game 3 Recap

“Did you call bank?” “I called game!” Paul Pierce always likes to make things interesting. Whether it’s trash talking, interviews, or big shots, Pierce will make it interesting. He even made the press conference interesting as well. When Schroder called Pierce’s shot “lucky,” Pierce retorted by saying he’s too young to have seen what he’s done

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My Love for Allen Iverson

“The Answer,” Allen Iverson. Iverson was The Answer to my childhood. I have been fortunate enough to grow up in the Philadelphia area for my entire life. During that time, I fell in love with Iverson, whom I believe was the best scorer of his era. The Early Years Allen Iverson was drafted with the first

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Fisch’s Friday Rant: Atlanta Hawks’ Troubles

The Atlanta Hawks, the same team that went 60-22, seem to be struggling a little bit so far this postseason. You probably read that last sentence thinking, “Well duh.” Although, I’ve been trying to figure out what exactly is going on in ATL. At first, I thought maybe it’s just from playoff jitters. Then, I

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DJ’s Three Point Take – Week 3 of the Playoffs

MVP Stephen Curry was awarded the Most Valuable Player award this past week, and it was well deserved. James Harden finished second in the MVP race and as I scrolled through my Twitter timeline, many people weren’t happy about it; even going as far as to say he got “robbed.” Personally, I feel that’s going

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Jimmy Butler To Be Named Most Improved Player

Chicago Bulls starting shooting guard Jimmy Butler will reportedly be named the 2014-15 NBA Most Improved Player of the Year. He will be officially awarded this upcoming week, most likely in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference semifinals against the Cleveland Cavaliers when they play in the Chicago at the United Center. THIS JUST IN: Bulls

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Game 2 Preview: Rockets/Clippers

This playoff match up has already made for some great basketball to watch in Game 1. Game 2 will be nothing short of spectacular. Game 1: 117 Clippers 101 Rockets This featured no Chris Paul for the Clippers, but a stellar performance from Blake Griffin. He had 26 points, 14 rebounds, and 13 assists, for

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Stephen Curry

What if Wednesday: If the New York Knicks Drafted Stephen Curry

The 2009 NBA Draft was full of a lot of potential with teams trying to get better and players hoping to make their dreams come true. With Blake Griffin, Hasheem Thabeet, and Ricky Rubio being the favorites of the draft, a few teams looked over the now-MVP that is Stephen Curry. At the time, Curry

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Chris Paul ’50-50′ for Game 2, says Doc Rivers

  Doc Rivers already lost his star Chris Paul for Game 1 of the Western Conference Semifinals, and his luck is down to a 50/50 chance. When Arash Markazi of ESPN.com asked Rivers if Paul was going to be ready for Game 2: “I pretty much doubt it, to be honest, just from talking to

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