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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Kobe Bryant Allen Iverson Big3

5 players I would love to see in Ice Cube’s ‘Big3’ league

Ice Cube’s Big3 league of retired players has been starting to get a lot of notoriety. With names like Allen Iverson, Baron Davis, and Kevin Garnett amongst others, getting to watch some of our past favorite players hit the court again is quite exciting. Despite the possibility of some them gaining weight and losing some of

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Point guard

Point Guard’s Game: Tips to Be an Effective PG

It is often said that a Point Guard is the coach’s extension on the court. That is difficult to argue against, as the Point Guard of a team is usually responsible for running the team on the floor. They are responsible for getting their teammates in position to score and often times, initiating plays and

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Milwaukee Bucks willing to part ways with Michael Carter-Williams, Greg Monroe

The Milwaukee Bucks shocked the world at last year’s trade deadline by moving Brandon Knight to Phoenix in a three-way deal with the Philadelphia 76ers and Suns, a swap that landed them former Rookie of the Year Michael Carter-Williams. According to Gery Woelfel of RacineSportsZone.com, the Bucks may look to again trek down the path

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Fisch's Friday Rant

PODCAST: Fisch’s Friday Rant – Whining, Cursing, and Kidd vs Mudiay

Another fine Friday with a promising weekend on the horizon has come yet again. That means there’s another episode of Fisch’s Friday Rant. Well I seemed to have found it, and uploaded it for you all to enjoy. Here’s what we have on the slate this week: DeMarcus Cousins cursing out George Karl Jason Kidd’s

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NBA Basketball is back, here’s what to look forward to!

I can hear thunderous dunks on the horizon. I can see celebrations with three fingers in the air. I can hear the crowd screaming and booing, and at the same time I can hear them holding their breath when the game comes down to the wire. Over the last few weeks, I started to feel

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Legacy Left Behind: Jason Kidd

Jason Kidd. You could call him a jack-of-all-trades or you could call him durable, but one word that defined his illustrious NBA career, consistency. Kidd was a player that missed only 41 games throughout the 18 seasons he played, a feat that very few players can accomplish. Let’s take a dive into what made Kidd

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VIDEO: 2004 ECSF Game 5- Detroit Pistons vs NJ Nets (Chauncey Billups 31pts vs Richard Jefferson 31pts)

 Basketball Society Classics is back! Allow me to set the scene for you if you don’t remember the series. Both teams were coming into a pivotal game 5 while the series was split 2-2. Detroit was in the driver’s seat since the game was in Auburn Hills, but the Nets were determined to give them

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Michael Carter-Williams on being in Milwaukee: 'I love it'

Michael Carter-Williams is happy to be a member of the Milwaukee Bucks. 2014 NBA Rookie of the Year and former Philadelphia Sixers point guard Michael-Carter Williams was sent to the Bucks in a very surprising trade that occurred minutes before last Thursday’s trade deadline. But despite his love for the city of Philadelphia, the former

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Jason Kidd on Michael-Carter Williams: 'We want to help him get to Magic Johnson's level'

  Jason Kidd wants to help Michael-Carter Williams to get to the level of Magic Johnson.  Recently acquired Milwaukee Bucks point guard Michael-Carter Williams has drawn comparisons to his new head coach Jason Kidd recently, as some of MCW’s and Kidd’s numbers through their first two years are eerily similar. Even Los Angeles Lakers legend Magic

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