Carmelo Anthony

Would the BIG3 be such a horrendous option for Carmelo Anthony?

There’s no easy way to talk about Carmelo Anthony right now. No, he should not just retire. Yes, he can still hoop. And yes, many of us still want to watch him play. But as it stands, no NBA team is showing signs of pursuing the 10-time All-Star since his short time with the Houston

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BIG3

Power, BIG3 Champions, a story of breaking barriers and social norms

As I was sitting inside of the fluorescent-lit conference room in the depths of the Barclays Center, I couldn’t help but notice that there was both an eager yet reserved atmosphere. The BIG3 champion was just crowned and they were in the midst of showering each other with champagne in the locker room. On the court,

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10 Players Perfect for the BIG3 in 2019

After dominating during the regular season, Power delivered when it mattered the most in a 51-43 victory over 3s company in the BIG3 championship at the Barclays Center last weekend. Cuttino Mobley wins it for Power! Your 2018 @thebig3 champs are crowned! #BIG3Brooklyn Via @clippittv pic.twitter.com/Eo1y0OKZXo — Basketball Society (@BBallSociety_) August 25, 2018 The BIG3

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BIG3

Roundtable: Recapping Season 2 of the BIG3

With season two of the BIG3 in the rearview mirror, several members of the Society gathered for a roundtable discussion on the summer that was on the 3-on-3 league, who their favorite player to watch was as well as their biggest takeaway. Our participants are: Justin Kirkland (@jkirk41) Ryan Calpin (@calpinr_) Alex Fischbein (@AtlanticFiles) Martin

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Glen “Big Baby” Davis Shares Emotional Experience of Depression Before Joining BIG3

Over the weekend the BIG3 concluded their second season with team Power winning the championship against 3’s Company at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Led by head coach Nancy Lieberman and former NBA-ers like Cuttino Mobley, league MVP Corey Maggette, and Glen “Big Baby Davis”, the team’s postgame presser after the championship game was full

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Kobe Bryant

Report: Kobe Bryant will play in BIG3 next season, says league co-founder

Kobe Bryant will play in the BIG3 league next year. On today’s weekly BIG3 conference call, the league’s co-founder, Jeff Kwatinetz shared that a source familiar with Bryant’s thinking shared with him that “Kobe Bryant will play in the Big 3 next season.” Kobe Bryant will play in @thebig3 next season according to Big 3

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Basketball Society Interviews Fans in Brooklyn About the BIG3

With the BIG3 championship coming up in Brooklyn this Friday night, we talked to some people around Barclays Center about what they know and enjoy about the league in its second season. We talked to people about what they like about the style of play, some of their favorite players, what it means to have

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Jamal Crawford

Ice Cube on Kobe Bryant joining the BIG3: “He always turns me down”

As the BIG3 goes into the playoffs of their second season this weekend, they have some legitimate spotlight after a standout sophomore outing. They were able to add 21 newcomers for this season of the BIG3 including the likes of Amar’e Stoudemire, Nate Robinson, and Baron Davis. There are of course a handful of big

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Ice Cube, Cuttino Mobley Talk BIG3 Playoffs and more on Reasonable Doubt Podcast

This weekend the BIG3 will host the first round of their playoffs in Dallas. It’s been a successful sophomore season for Ice Cube’s BIG3 league, adding newcomers such as Nate Robinson, Metta World Peace, Baron Davis, Glen “Big Baby” Davis and Amar’e Stoudemire. 21 of the 48 players were new to the BIG3 in 2018.

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BIG3 Roundtable: Playoff Predictions and Expectations

With the BIG3 Playoffs slated to start in Dallas, Texas this Friday, several members of the Society gathered for a roundtable discussion on their championship favorites, which player will prove to be the biggest X-factor in the postseason and the coach they trust the most. Our participants are: Ryan Calpin (@calpinr_) Aram Cannuscio (@AC_Unit_) Justin

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