Cleveland Cavaliers, LeBron James

Basketball Society Postgame Playlist on Spotify

Last summer, we here at Basketball Society compiled a pregame playlist for people to sift through to get them amped for whatever was they needed an extra boost for.  This year, we decided to provide you guys with a postgame playlist, one that was curated by yours truly. After playing ball, or completing any type

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Mid-Range Monday: Tim Duncan

With the three ball being so popular and analytics telling you the mid-range jumper is a bad shot, the mid-range game is nearly extinct so the Basketball Society will be bringing you “Mid-Range Mondays” where we highlight players who perfected operating in the mid-range area. Check out last week’s edition that featured Dirk Nowitzki! This

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Inside the Move: Retreat Dribble

An in-depth look at the Society’s Move of the Week This week’s move is a move that can be used in various situations. Whether you’re looking to freeze your defender or avoid an upcoming trap, the retreat dribble can be used to the ball-handlers benefit. The retreat dribble acts as an hesitation in most situations.

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Mid-Range Monday: Dirk Nowitzki

With the three ball being so popular and analytics telling you the mid-range jumper is a bad shot, the mid-range game is nearly extinct so the Basketball Society will be bringing you “Mid-Range Mondays” where we highlight players who perfected operating in the mid-range area. Check out last week’s edition that featured Sam Cassell! Dirk

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Inside the Move: No-dribble between the legs

An in-depth look at the Society’s Move of the Week This weeks move is a saucy variation of a jab-step that includes a no-dribble between the legs. Why set-up your defender with a basic jab when you could do it with style. The move can be used as a jab or simply as a first

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Sam Cassell

Mid-Range Mondays: Sam Cassell

With the three ball being so popular and analytics telling you the mid-range jumper is a bad shot, the mid-range game is nearly extinct so the Basketball Society will be bringing you “Mid-Range Mondays” where we highlight players who perfected operating in the mid-range area. Check out last week’s edition that featured Shaun Livingston! Sam

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Kyrie Irving

Inside the Move: Freestyle Attacking Cones

An in-depth look at the Society’s Move of the Week This week is all about freestyling, attacking cones, and staying ‘jiggy’.  Cone work is a fun but impactful workout. It gives ball-handlers opportunities to practice various moves and combinations into various shots and finishes at the basket. Its an opportunity to perfect moves that you’re

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Mid-Range Mondays: Shaun Livingston

With the three ball being so popular and analytics telling you the mid-range jumper is a bad shot, the mid-range game is nearly extinct so the Basketball Society will be bringing you “Mid-Range Mondays” where we highlight players who perfected operating in the mid-range area. Check out last week’s edition that featured Richard “Rip” Hamilton!

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Who Was The Fanciest Passer In NBA History?

If you have not noticed yet, on our Twitter @BBallSociety_ we have been creating a long thread asking some serious and some funny questions regarding the NBA and its history. We always love to hear any input from fans of basketball. Now, we are going to be creating posts on our site for the thread

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James Harden and Stephen Curry

Inside the Move: No-dribble Pull Back

An in-depth look at the Society’s Move of the Week This week’s move is the week is the no-dribble pull back into a shot which is an extension of the regular pull back. It’s a move that gets defenders flying and is known for breaking ankles. When performing the move, the ball-handler sets up the

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