LeBron & Lakers beating Warriors “extremely tough,” says Amare Stoudemire

LeBron James’ summer has been busy. The Los Angeles Lakers forward signed with the purple and gold in the offseason, announced his new “I Promise” school in his native Akron, Ohio, is on the cover of NBA 2K19, produced a new Barbershop docu-series on HBO and receive a Fashion Icon Award last week during a

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Amare Stoudemire: Steve Nash’s Hall of Fame was “a special moment”

Steve Nash is living his best life! He’s promoted his app during Apple’s “special event,” today. As per CBS’s James Herbert:  Yes, just days after celebrating his induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, the former Phoenix Suns and Dallas Mavericks star got to work promoting his app. Nash — along with the likes of Mark Cuban, Jeremy Lin and Sam

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Thanks to Tim Donaghy, LeBron’s Cavs & Steve Nash’s Suns never met in ’07 Finals, says Amare Stoudemire

Last weekend, Steve Nash was enshrined into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. An eight-time NBA All-Star, the decorated Canadian basketball player was a seven-time All-NBA selection and was named the NBA’s Most Valuable Player while playing for the Phoenix Suns. One of Nash’s best assets? Amare Stoudemire. Nash and Stoudemire were teammates in Phoenix

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Houston Rockets

Amar’e Stoudemire: Carmelo Anthony has ‘chance to change the paradigm’ with Rockets

Carmelo Anthony joined a Houston Rockets team that went 65-17 last season and made a trip to the NBA’s Western Conference Finals. A ten-time NBA All-Star, Anthony holds career averages of 24 points and 6.5 rebounds per game and once played under current Houston Rockets coach, Mike D’Antoni when they were both employed as player

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JaVale McGee

Fisch’s Friday Rant: Petty Drama and Trainers

This week’s Fisch’s Friday Rant is dedicated to stories that should not be stories, petty drama, terrible medical staffs, and competitive games. JaVale McGee and Shaq are the leading duo in the topic of stories that shouldn’t be stories. McGee and Shaq got into it over Twitter after Shaq made it a little personal on

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Fonz’s Top 10 dunks performed in the Slam Dunk Contest

Tonight is All-Star Saturday night, which is where the Skills Challenge, Three-Point Shootout and the Slam Dunk Contest take place. Last years Dunk Contest was impressive with Zach LaVine and Aaron Gordon battling it out. This years contest looks to be interesting to watch too. Before tonights contest I decided to look back on some

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Amare Stoudemire

Players going overseas only helps the game and Olympics

The 2016 Rio Olympics are almost here and Team USA looks primed to dominate the competition yet again. In the midst of the Olympic hype, however, some news is popping up about more ex-NBA players making the switch to play overseas instead of either in the NBA or the D-League. Players such as Amar’E Stoudamire,

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Top 10 Active Ring-less NBA Players

The ultimate goal in all levels of sports is to win a championship, something that no one can take away from you. Not everyone can be a champion and some are lucky enough to win multiple titles. In honor of the NBA Finals currently going on, I decided to make a list of top players

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Amar'e Stoudemire would consider returning to Phoenix this offseason

Will Amar’e Stoudemire be eying the Suns in free agency?  With LeBron James going home to Cleveland this summer, and most recently Kevin Garnett returning to the Minnesota Timberwolves, homecomings seem to be the newest trend in the NBA. Players such as Garnett are looking to return to the franchise they started with as they round

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GOTN Preview: Hawks vs. Mavs

The main focus of this game from the public’s perspective will be about the Mavs’ Rajon Rondo, who was suspended for a game after a heated argument with Coach Rick Carlisle. Rondo will not play against the Hawks and his fit with the team has been always been up for debate since the Mavericks’ early

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