Dion Waiters on playing in OKC: ‘I actually like, you know, touch the ball’

Dion Waiters likes the way things are going in Oklahoma City.  It’s no secret that I am NOT a fan of Oklahoma City guard Dion Waiters’ game. To me, Waiters is a ball-stopper and an inefficient chucker who will unconsciously launch the worst shot imaginable for your team. Since being traded from Cleveland to Oklahoma City, Waiters

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Game of the Night Preview: Bulls vs. Cavs

There were many good games on this afternoon, but this column isn’t GOTA(fternoon) so tonight’s games will have to do.

drumroll please…..

LeBron James feels 'better than ever' in this part of the season

LeBron James was sidelined with a knee injury in a crucial part of the Cavaliers season. Cleveland went 1-7 without LeBron, and are now 2-1 with James back in the lineup. With James averaging 33.7 ppg and 7.7 rpg, it’s not far fetched to think LeBron is returning to title winning form. He spoke to

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NBA Generations Top-Five Roundtable (2)

For Part 1 of the Panel’s top five choices, click here.   Participants:   Cyril Mpacko – @Cee_Armel DJ Allen – @DJAllen23 Martin Soares – @marley_mcfly Ryan Kirk – @rlk716   1980s Mpacko: Michael Jordan – ’84 Hakeem Olajuwon – ’84 Isiah Thomas – ’81 Charles Barkley – ’84 David Robinson -’87 The 1980’s saw

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Flashback Friday: The Passing of the Torch

Kobe vs. LeBron… This match-up has dominated NBA conversations for the better part of a decade now. Last night’s thrilling Cleveland Cavalier victory over the Los Angeles Lakers gave us a chance to reflect on some of the best games played between these sure first-ballot future Hall of Famers. The debates over who’s greater have

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VIDEO: Kobe Bryant dishes out career-high 17 assists vs. Cavaliers

Kobe Bryant set a career-high in assists on Thursday night. With the Los Angeles Lakers’ Kobe Bryant not being the spry young star he once was, he’s had to reinvent himself this season. Bryant, in his 19th NBA season, started the season chucking mercilessly, and the Lakers were getting stomped in majority of their games.

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VIDEO: LeBron James' lazy defense on Lakers Wesley Johnson

LeBron James wasn’t too interested in defending on this play. I’m not going to lie, I hollered when I watched this video of LeBron James lazily defending a Wesley Johnson three pointer during Cleveland’s 109-102 win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday night. James, who finished the contest with 36 points, 5 rebounds and 5

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NBA Generations Top-Five Roundtable (1)

At lunch tables, barbershops, and bar-stools around the world, there are always debates about the best basketball players to ever touch the hardwood.  Remember that saying, “back in my day” that your uncle uttered at family reunions? If so, then this is probably a discussion that you have had or heard multiple times. What makes

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LeBron James returns tonight for the Cavs

LeBron James has missed the last 8 games for the Cleveland Cavaliers. LeBron has been dealing with injuries to his knees and back. The Cavaliers are in dire need of a return from their best player as they have only won 1 game in his absence. LeBron James will make his return to the Cavs

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DJ & BJ’s Three-Point Take: The Legacy of Dirk Nowitzki

DJ & BJ’s Three-Point Take: The Legacy of Dirk Nowitzki DJ Allen: @DJAllen23  BJ Boyer: @wcboyer24  Dirk Nowitzki is in the latter stages of his career but is still playing at a very high level. In the midst of his 17th season, Dirk is part of a competitive Dallas Maverick team that has a chance

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