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LeBron James News: Lakers have title chance with”best player in the world,” says Kevin Garnett

The Los Angeles Lakers added LeBron James to their roster this NBA offseason. Is that enough to GET PAST the Golden State Warriors and win an NBA championship? “I don’t know,” retired NBA vet, Kevin Garnett told me via ScoopB.com  “I don’t know. I think we’re all going to see it and it’s going to

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Timber-Bulls: Like KG, Kenny Anderson ‘would too’ start Derrick Rose over Jeff Teague

Earlier today on Scoop B.com, I reported that retired NBA player, Kevin Garnett said he’d start Derrick Rose at point guard for the Minnesota Timberwolves. Yeah, I would,” Kevin Garnett told me.  “Everyone thinks they’re athletic, but the longevity, the consistency, and being able to stay healthy is what I worry about most and nothing

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Timber-Bulls: Derrick Rose is Wolves starting PG says Kevin Garnett

This week, the Minnesota Timberwolves became Chicago Bulls west. Earlier this week, the T-wolves signed Luol Deng to their roster. The move reunites Deng with former Chicago Bulls head coach, Tom Thibodeau and Bulls  teammates, Jimmy Butler, Taj Gibson and Derrick Rose in Minnesota and creates what ‘the internet’ dubbed the Minnesota Timber-Bulls. Also this

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The best thing that happened to Karl-Anthony Towns was Kevin Garnett, says Towns’ dad

Karl Towns, Sr. discusses Kevin Garnett’s mentorship to his son, Karl Towns, Jr. and more on Scoop B Radio. Press Play Below To Listen!    The Minnesota Timberwolves’ Karl Towns is a rising star in the NBA. The 2016 NBA Rookie of The Year is a special player because he’s a modern big man that

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The sacrifices and rewards when it comes to “Ring Chasing”

It wasn’t long ago that David West was a two-time All-Star and a cornerstone for the then New Orleans Hornets alongside Chris Paul. He moved on to a stable starting role with the Indiana Pacers but never had that playoff run he had hoped for. That all changed on June 12th as he helped out

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NBA All-Star Weekend 2017: The Future Is Bright

Farewell Kobe. Goodbye Timmy. See ya’ later KG. The pillars of the NBA whom we all grew to love (and hate) have moved on. With that, they’ve taken the last of a generation. The transition from the Jordan era lead to these legends taking over and providing new life to the league. Now that they’ve

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Kevin Garnett Wore His Heart On His Sleeve

When I heard today that Kevin Garnett had decided to retire, I couldn’t help but think about what Kevin Garnett defined in the NBA. One thing Kevin Garnett defined was emotion, and this video is a pure example of why. After Game 6 of the NBA Finals in 2008, Garnett was interviewed after he won

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Billy King on Pierce-Garnett Trade: “We took our shot”

When the Brooklyn Nets decided to trade away their future to win right away in 2013, the basketball world couldn’t help but watch how it played out. They were taking a huge risk, but the owner, Mikhail Prokhorov, wanted it to happen. The Nets went out and acquired Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce, and Jason Terry

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Number Retirements: Who’s Next? Northwest Division

For my last post on the Southwest Division, check here. When I heard of the Atlanta Hawks retiring Dikembe Mutombo’s number it got me thinking. Who could possibly have their number hung up in the rafters next for their respective teams? A week ago, I talked about whose number will be retired next with teams in

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Fisch’s Friday Rant: Eastern Conference & 2008 Celtics

Editor’s Note: Sorry, no video this week. Next week the video rant will be back! Eastern Conference The Eastern Conference starts their rise this coming season. (Check out our writer Aram’s Eastern Conference opinion here) That’s right, I said it, they are on their way to being a strong conference again. The East may have

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