NBA Power Rankings

As the season comes to an end, some teams are fighting for a seed in the playoffs while others are counting down the days until the season is over. Eight teams have already clinched playoff spots with around nine games left in the season. Teams are moving up and down the rankings just like the

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DJ’s Three Point Take: Adjustments to the NBA

Taking the step from college to the NBA is a major step for young athletes. Professional basketball gives players exposure to many things that they have never seen or been apart of before. It takes a lot for these kids to get adjusted and prepare themselves for their life in the NBA, so today I’m

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Derrick Rose feels no pain in knee, hopes to be cleared for contact soon

According to the Chicago Tribune and various reports, Bulls guard Derrick Rose, who underwent surgery for a torn meniscus on Feb. 27, feels no pain in his knee and hopes to be cleared for contact sometime this week or next. K.C. Johnson (@KCJHoop), a writer for the Chicago Tribune who covers the Chicago Bulls interviewed Rose

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UPDATED: NBA Power Rankings

Welcome to another edition of NBA Power Rankings. It has been awhile since we last did this so lets get right to it. As usual Alec and myself split the rankings with Alec doing the top 15 while I did the bottom 15: 1-15 done by @AlecWalt   Golden State Warriors (57-13): The Golden State

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How will OKC Fair With Kevin Durant Out Indefinitely?

With a record of 40-30 and the eighth seed in the Western Conference, the Oklahoma City Thunder hold a 2.5 game lead over the Phoenix Suns for the final playoff spot. They have been hit by the injury bug all season with one half of their duo in Kevin Durant missing 42 games this season.

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Steve Nash Announces His Retirement From the NBA

Nineteen year veteran Steve Nash announced his retirement from the NBA. The South African born NBA star played on the Phoenix Suns, Dallas Mavericks, and Los Angeles Lakers. Nash was named league MVP in 2005 and 2006. He is one of ten players in NBA history to be named MVP two consecutive years. He took

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Is GSU a Cinderella Team?

Yesterday was a wild day for college basketball. For those of you who have been living under a rock, yesterday was the start of the NCAA Tournament (or March Madness). One game that was focused on was the #14 seed Georgia State up against the #3 Baylor. What looked like a sure win for Baylor

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Kevin Love Returns For Cavaliers

Kevin Love is returning tonight for the Cleveland Cavaliers as they host the Brooklyn Nets. Love just admitted to have been dealing with back spasms since November, but his two game absence had nothing to do with his back. Kevin Love will play tonight vs Nets after missing past two games. He said the rest

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VIDEO: DeAndre Jordan makes first career three-pointer vs. Mavericks

When DeAndre Jordan is around the three-point line, he is typically setting a screen for Chris Paul; but in Friday’s matchup with the Dallas Mavericks, the lefty big man was forced to jack up a deep three and do his best Sam Perkins impersonation. Fortunately for Jordan, the ball sailed in. Naysayers and disgruntled Lakers fans will claim divine intervention

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DJ’s Three Point Take – College Edition

Jahlil Okafor and the Draft ACC Rookie and Player of the Year Jahlil Okafor has been nothing less than phenomenal this year for the Duke Blue Devils, averaging 17 points and 9 rebounds a game as a freshman. He’s been the name coming out of a lot of people’s mouth especially when the NBA Draft

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