Kobe Bryant Is Not Changing And It Isn’t Working

Kobe Bryant is, undoubtedly, one of the greatest basketball players to walk planet earth. He’s a 17 time all-star, former MVP, and has won five NBA championships, all leading to Bryant earning a spot in the conversation of who the greatest of all time is. For God’s sake, this is a guy who dropped 81

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The Legend Of Kristaps Porzingis Grows, Used To Have Corn Rows

  At this point, the Knicks 7’1″Power Forward Kristaps Porzingis is entering myth status. Porzingis, who grew up in Latvia and has played pro ball since he was 16 years old in Euro Leagues, has steadily gained a following since being drafted 4th overall in the draft this past Summer. While his solid play this

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Shaq: Anthony Davis ‘Probably’ Best PF In The League

Anthony Davis was nothing short of extraordinary in just his third season in the NBA last year. He’s been improving upon each season, and his growth is astounding. Davis has vaulted himself into the conversation of the top players in the NBA, and now Shaquille O’Neal is saying that he’s the best power forward in

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VIDEO: Kobe Bryant Off-Hand Compilation

Every basketball player ever had to develop their off-hand. Everyone from little kids to NBA players are working on it every day to give themselves an advantage on offense. Developing your off-hand was always awkward and it took a while for layups and moves to feel comfortable, but having a solid off-hand ability separated good

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Will This Be Damian Lillard’s Biggest Season Yet?

Normally, when there is talk about a player’s most important season, that means that he and the team are usually in position to make noise and maybe make it to the NBA Finals. Sometimes it may also be that player’s time to have a breakout season early on in his career. This case is different.

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Don’t Sleep: Maya Moore

Earlier Don’t Sleep Posts: Gordon Hayward, Tobias Harris For those of you that are basketball addicts like myself and everyone here at Basketball Society, then you should already know the kind of player that Maya Moore is. However, there are plenty of people who don’t pay attention to the WNBA, or just women’s basketball in

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Is Ty Lawson The Rockets’ Missing Piece?

It is game five of the Western Conference Finals, and the only point guard left on the roster after an injury to Patrick Beverly, is Pablo Prigioni. You’re going against the new MVP, Steph Curry, and a Golden State Warriors team that grabbed the number one seed in the West. You do have James Harden

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Don’t Sleep: Gordon Hayward

Editor’s note: Welcome to a new series called “Don’t Sleep.” This series is all about the players in the game that fans shouldn’t be sleeping on! Honestly, by now, if you’re still sleeping on the 6’8″ forward out of Butler University that plays out in Utah, then you really need to listen up! Gordon Hayward

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Way Too Early Predictions: Rudy Gobert Will Win DPoY

There’s a big man that’s inserting himself in the ranks of the all-defensive teams. He happens to play for the Utah Jazz and one of his nicknames, according to basketball-reference, happens to be “The Stifle Tower.”   Rudy Gobert, a 7’1″ center from France, started making some statements about his defensive prowess in the second

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Will Jimmer Fredette Bounce Back?

Jimmer Fredette, the man who once had people in awe of his shooting range, is now on his way to his fourth team in his sixth season. There was a point in time when people would say, “From Jimmer range!” during a deep three-point shot. That should explain a lot when trying to understand how

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