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The NBA needs to tone down the referees

Here were are again in another season and I’m here ranting about the referees. The officials have been going crazy with the technical calls thus far this season. I’m talking the obvious calls of complaints and fighting. However, my main strife has been when whistles are blown in regards to players jawing at each other. This

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Newsflash: The Kobe vs. LeBron Debate is a Toss-Up

Kobe vs. LeBron. Ever since the two were both in their prime, it was always a topic of debate between fans and even players. Who was the best in the league? There wasn’t anyone considered when it came to that question besides these two guys. For nearly a decade the most famous rivalry in basketball

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MJ and LeBron: 2 Faces Same Beast

No, you are not tired of debating LeBron James and Michael Jordan. Welcome to what will be a central portion of every basketball debate many of us will have for the rest of our lives. This is not an article that will be outlining who is better, rather it will hopefully provide perspective and a

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Where do Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant rank in the best duos?

Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, and the Golden State Warriors have come out victorious over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 5 making them the 2017 NBA Champions. The play of these two have been remarkable during this playoffs and even more so in this series. So much so that during Game 3 of the NBA Finals,

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LeBron’s Dominance Is Changing NBA Culture Rapidly

Until I saw LeBron James for the past few seasons I thought I saw all I needed to see from The King. For the majority of his prime, I was one of the “LeBron Haters.” I rooted fervently against him ever since he left Cleveland and celebrated his failures on Twitter with nearly as much

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Live in the Basement Debate: Has LeBron James surpassed Michael Jordan?

Before the start of this season, LeBron James described it as a “personal goal” of his to chase the great Michael Jordan. Not long after, LeBron’s old teammate Dwyane Wade weighed in on the subject. Wade didn’t completely dismiss LeBron’s chances, saying LeBron is on par to possibly match Jordan, but he also described it as impossible to

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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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Fonz’s Top 10 dunks performed in the Slam Dunk Contest

Tonight is All-Star Saturday night, which is where the Skills Challenge, Three-Point Shootout and the Slam Dunk Contest take place. Last years Dunk Contest was impressive with Zach LaVine and Aaron Gordon battling it out. This years contest looks to be interesting to watch too. Before tonights contest I decided to look back on some

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Kobe Bryant and his Influence on the NBA

Kobe Bryant retired from the game of basketball as an all-time great. There are many reasons why someone might call the Black Mamba an all-time great. Maybe it’s because of his knack for scoring the basketball, or because of his fundamentally sound offensive game. Maybe it’s even because of his lockdown defensive abilities. Being an

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Society Huddle: Ben Simmons, LeBron vs MJ, and Protests

Every Saturday, on Rabble TV, the Basketball Society hosts a show named the Society Huddle. A panel containing three of us, and sometimes a guest, talk about the latest topics in the basketball world. This week, we had the pleasure of welcoming a special guest and a friend of the Society, Brandon Robinson aka Scoop B,

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