Live in the Basement Debate: Which NBA players would thrive in a different era?

The NBA has had unique, transformative stars throughout every era. As the game continues to evolve it’s a popular debate among fans to compare the elitism of each era. Our guys over at Live in the Basement had a debate about which stars in NBA history would be able to thrive if they competed in

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Paul George

Paul George Pacers Future: Time to move on?

Paul George Pacers.  It’s a phrase that’s currently in question, as the Paul George Pacers tenure could all end during the offseason. Paul George Pacers may very well be Paul George Lakers by the end of the offseason. Either way, it could be very different.  The All-Star wing has spent his entire career thus far

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NBA Greatness and NBA’s Best: Is the GOAT the BOAT?

Greatness and the best. While it may seem like two similar words in a basketball context, it has actually become the opposite as more players cement their legacy in the NBA. Greatness has always been the subject of debate when it comes to NBA basketball. It has always been, “Who is the GOAT?” instead of,

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Frank Vogel

Frank Vogel isn’t the problem in Indiana

The Indiana Pacers were somewhere between rebuild mode and a contending mindset this season. They came into the postseason as a seven seed and not one person was expecting them to be much of a threat to the Cleveland Cavaliers this season. Frank Vogel, however, did a good job to get these guys to the

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Isaiah Thomas ties Celtics record

When your name is in the same sentence as Larry Bird, you have done something special. Isaiah Thomas is the beat to the Celtics offensive drum and has been a scoring machine in 2015-16. Thomas has scored 20 or more points per game in the 13 games played in the month of March. He was the

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Kobe Bryant and Roy Hibbert

Roy Hibbert says he is up for the ‘challenge’ of playing with Kobe Bryant

After being named an All-Star in 2012 and 2014, former Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert saw his stint with the team end in a tailspin. Hibbert found himself in a huge rut at the end of the 2014 regular season and in the NBA Playoffs, including some embarrassing zero-point, zero-rebound performances that spawned dozens of jokes and memes

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3 of the All-Time Classic NBA Duels

The beef between Meek Mill and Drake has taken the hip-hop world by storm. What started with a few tweets quickly turned into a couple of diss records, which led to a plethora of memes and uproar all over social media. Sometimes we see the same things happen in the game of basketball. Whether it’s Matt

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Larry Bird to Willie Cauley-Stein: ‘You’re a $100 million player’

Willie Cauley-Stein got a big vote of confidence from NBA legend Larry Bird. Kentucky big man Willie Cauley-Stein is a projected lottery pick in the upcoming NBA Draft, and ESPN Insider Chad Ford currently has Cauley-Stein going number eight on his Draft Big Board.  Cauley-Stein is viewed as an athletic defensive ace that oozes potential,

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VIDEO: Anthony Davis ties career-high vs. Bucks

Anthony Davis was spectacular against the Bucks on Monday night.  Pelicans forward Anthony Davis currently has New Orleans fighting for their playoff lives, and on Monday night in Milwaukee he landed a devastating haymaker on the Bucks in a 114-103 road victory. Davis tied a career-high with 43 points in the win, and also snatched

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PHOTOS: Atlanta Hawks unveil statue of legend Dominique Wilkins

The “Human Highlight Film” was immortalized in Atlanta on Thursday.  The Atlanta Hawks unveiled a 13.5 foot bronze statue of legend Dominique Wilkins at a private ceremony on Thursday afternoon, forever immortalizing the best player in their franchises history. The statue was revealed in front of NBA commissioner Adam Silver, the Hawks current roster, and

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