Live in the Basement Debate: How do the modern Warriors stack up historically?

Over the last two NBA seasons, we’ve seen the Golden State Warriors make all types of history. Their insane rise to take control as the NBA’s best puts them into the all-time conversation. The guys over at Live in the Basement debate how these Warriors stack up against other great teams in NBA history. Would

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Live in the Basement Debate: Has LeBron James surpassed Michael Jordan?

Before the start of this season, LeBron James described it as a “personal goal” of his to chase the great Michael Jordan. Not long after, LeBron’s old teammate Dwyane Wade weighed in on the subject. Wade didn’t completely dismiss LeBron’s chances, saying LeBron is on par to possibly match Jordan, but he also described it as impossible to

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Lets Compare: Ray Allen vs. Reggie Miller

Ray Allen. Reggie Miller. The two share 36 years of NBA experience leading to 15 all star games and 5 all NBA teams. There are 49,784 points between them and a plethora of some of the greatest clutch shots in NBA history. Naturally, with Allen’s recent retirement there have been several discussions about his place

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2-4 Tuesday: Kobe vs. Vince

Unlike Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant had a legit list of qualified rivals in his prime. Guys who consistently took aim at his Best on the Planet Title. Entering the same draft class as Allen Iverson, Stephon Marbury & Ray Allen to name a few; any given night could be a test for Kobe. As the

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The Reason Behind The Lack Of Violence In The NBA

You are probably wondering at this point why I chose to put an aged picture of a shocked David Stern from the mid-90s above. It’s a picture of him from one of the worst fights in NBA history that changed the landscape of the league forever. For the past decade or so, we’ve been hearing

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Throwback Thursday: Earvin vs. Anfernee

Earvin “Magic” Johnson was the point guard who defined the 1980’s golden era of NBA basketball. Anfernee “Penny” Hardaway was supposed to be the Point Guard who was set to define the 90’s and beyond… Both mercurial guards were known by their nicknames. So it’s quite fitting that Penny was often seen as the evolution

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2-4 Tuesdays: Kobe vs. Jordan, Class Dismissed

No two players in NBA history will ever be as linked as Kobe “Bean” Bryant and Michael “Jeffrey” Jordan. You can argue Wilt Chamberlain and Bill Russell, or Magic Johnson and Larry Bird; however, those players had different approaches to this beautiful game that we love. Kobe and MJ, are damn near identical in both

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Video: Shooting Guard Saturday; Jordan vs. Petrovic

Dirk Nowitzki is easily the best European Import in NBA History. His individual accomplishments alone vault him to the top of the list. However, Drazen Petrovic was well on his way to that title, were it not for a fatal 1993 car crash that cut both his life and his career short. A star and

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VIDEO: Tasha Pointer chops up Tennessee defenders in 2000 Final Four

Remember my sister that scored on Michael Jordan when she played him one-on-one? Tasha Pointer, along with Jordan himself, was one of my first basketball role models. I was 10 years old when my sister, Hall of Fame coach Vivian Stringer, and the Rutgers Scarlet Knights advanced to the Final Four of the NCAA Tournament.

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Video: Len Bias 30 Years Later

When it comes to Collegiate/Professional Basketball, there is no sadder story than that of Maryland Terrapins Legend Len Bias. We’ve all heard the comparisons, Bias was a bigger Jordan (6’8, 210 lbs) with a sweeter jumpshot. Head-to-head, Bias and Jordan had several epic matchups as their respective Terrapins and Tar Heels would vie for ACC

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