Brendan Haywood says ‘Us Against The World’ mentality pushed Dallas Mavs to beat LeBron & Big 3-era Miami Heat in ‘11 NBA Finals

The 2011 NBA Finals matchup between the Miami Heat and Dallas Mavericks is known as a major defeat in LeBron James’ career. Simply put: James underperformed in four consecutive fourth quarters vs the Mavs. As a result, the Mavs defeated a heavily favored Miami Heat team that featured Chris Bosh, Dwyane Wade and LeBron James

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Scoop B: Rising sports anchor Taylor Rooks & her influence goes far beyond Twitter

If you’re apart of the social media sports community, then chances are you’ve heard of Taylor Rooks. Rooks, an anchor and field reporter for Sports New York has created quite the social media following, with over 60,000 followers on Twitter and more than 100,000 on Instagram. This is largely due to her extremely spicy hot

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Charles Barkley

Charles Barkley says his future with TNT depends on ‘LeBron’s free agency decision this summer’

NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley has been apart of the Inside The NBA crew for the past 19 years. Barkley joined the crew in 2000, shortly after retiring from a 16-year playing career. As you can imagine although the job is fun, it can definitely take a toll over the years. “The job is

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Adam Silver “intrigued” at thought of 1-16 NBA Playoff format

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver checked in with Scoop B Radio’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson. Press Play Below To Listen!  Many like to whine about how the NBA’s Western Conference is superior to the Eastern Conference. Furthermore, some have presented the argument that some Western conference teams finished the season with good records at the end

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Kenny Smith

Kenny Smith doesn’t think this year’s Rockets compare to Houston’s 90s Championship Squads

Kenny “The Jet” Smith is well respected for the current role as a studio analyst on TNT’s award-winning show Inside The NBA. Smith was also a ten year NBA vet, notably with the Houston Rockets squad that won back to back NBA titles in 1994 and 1995. That squad was led by Finals MVP Hakeem Olajuwon. This year’s

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CBS Sports’ Clark Kellogg says President Obama ‘took advantage’ of him in a 2010 basketball game

Former U.S. President Barack Obama’s love affair with hoops has been pretty well-documented. Obama’s been courtside at Washington Wizards games and at the United Center checking out the Chicago Bulls. During Obama’s presidency, many sports teams have also relished in the opportunity to visit the White House after winning a championship CBS Sports analyst, Clark

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