Dirk Nowitzki destroyed Oracle Arena locker room after ‘07 Playoff loss to Warriors

Baron Davis, Matt Barnes, Al Harrington and Stephen Jackson were part of that magical 8th seed Golden State Warriors squad that beat the top seeded Dallas Mavericks in the first round of the 2007 NBA Playoffs. See For Yourself: Averaging 24.6 points, 8.9 rebounds and 3.4 assists, 2007 was Dirk Nowitzki’s MVP season and coming

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Fonz’s Sunday Summary: Lillard, the Bonnies, and Baron Davis

What’s up everybody. Welcome to the Sunday Summary, a piece in which I rant about certain topics relating to basketball. Let’s get started.  1. Damian Lillard is a BAD MAN What a second half season Damian Lillard is having. Don’t get me wrong, Lillard has been decent all year, but ever since he got snubbed

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Atlantic Files

PODCAST: The Atlantic Files Ep.37 – Rambis and Scola 2016

A late in the week edition of The Atlantic Files is here! We’re talking presidential candidates and all the politics that you can handle… Yeah, just kidding, this is basketball, we don’t need to hear about the Trumps and Clintons right now. So, instead we’ll talk playoffs, and more about the Atlantic Division. Here’s what’s

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Baron Davis: The Return

After 3+ years off, Baron Davis wants another shot in the league. Davis last played for the New York Knicks where he ended up tearing his ACL, MCL, and patellar tendon in the 1st round of the playoffs against the Miami Heat. The injury looked gruesome, even the Miami Heat players quickly turned their heads after

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VIDEO: Kyrie Irving squares off against Ray Allen in Chapter 4 of “Uncle Drew”

In the latest installment of Pepsi’s hilarious “Uncle Drew” series featuring Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving, Ray Allen makes a cameo as “Walt,” Drew’s nemesis and the two square off in a game of H-O-R-S-E, with Irving proclaiming he’s “never made it past H.” Baron Davis makes an appearance as “Louis,” one of Drew’s

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Video: Throwback Thursday – Baron Davis Puts Andrei Kirilenko on a Poster

In 2007, the Golden State Warriors were trying to make some changes to their team to make themselves relevant in the Western Conference after constant disappointment. They made a big trade in January of that season that landed them Al Harrington and Stephen Jackson to help out their superstar point guard, Baron Davis. That season

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Slamma Jamma Sunday: The B-Diddy backbreaker

The 2006-2007 Golden State Warriors are remembered for two things: knocking off the top-ranked Dallas Mavericks in the first round of the playoffs, and Baron Davis posterizing Mr. “AK-47,” Andrei Kirilenko. The reactions from B-Diddy’s teammates and the raucous crowd are equally entertaining – Al Harrington gets up off the bench in shock; Mickael Pietrus’

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