Basketball Society’s ideal NBA match-ups

NBA fans love discussing hypotheticals. “What if this player played during this time?” or “What if this team played against that team?” It’s something that’s always fun to debate but we will never have an answer to. Just this past week, a hot topic came up with people discussing a matchup between Kevin Durant and

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Lakers Lair: Episode 3 – Preseason Expectations

The Los Angeles Lakers content keeps coming. Only seven days away from the NBA picking up preseason action and only nine days until the Lakers hit the floor, the excitement and hype around the 2018-2019 season feel like no other. Also, after watching this you’ll see what Laker fans have to be excited about next

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Shaquille O’Neal

Shaquille O’Neal: ‘If I played today, I’d average 50 without free throws’

Despite the league trending to more small-ball lineups and teams drifting away from the conventional post up center position, Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal claims he would dominate in this era just like he did during his playing days. O’Neal is arguably the most dominant player in NBA history. During his prime, there was no way

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Kobe & Shaq’s Lakers were a “wake-up call” for Nets in 2002 NBA Finals, says Kenyon Martin

The New Jersey Nets were an ultra talented team from 2001-2003. Led by all star point guard Jason Kidd, they had high fliers in Kenyon Martin and Richard Jefferson and were rounded out with the supporting cast of Kerry Kittles and Keith Van Horn. In 2002, that Nets team faced the Kobe Bryant and Shaquille

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Nate Robinson

Uncle Drew movie star & Seattle native Nate Robinson says he wants to own Seattle SuperSonics

NBA Hall of Famer and former Seattle SuperSonic Spencer Haywood dropped by Scoop B Radio. Press Play Below To Listen! Last week, Dwyane Wade expressed interest in bringing back and owning the Seattle SuperSonics. As per Sports Illustrated Charlotte Carroll, the 12-time All-Star and three-time NBA champion wants to bring Seattle’s team back. “I want

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triangle offense

Scoop B: From the Chicago Bulls to the Los Angeles Lakers, how do you explain the triangle offense to dummies?!

Brooklyn native and former NBA G-Leaguer Jamael Lynch chats with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson explains the triangle offense to Scoop B Radio. Press Play Below To Listen! So I don’t know about you but I wasn’t the most attentive during high school Geometry class. I wish I was though, I’d better be able to process

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Rick Barry

NBA HOF’er Rick Barry says Kobe Bryant wasn’t happy that Shaq didn’t show up ready to play all the time

Rick Barry checks in with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson on an episode of Scoop B Radio. Press Play Below To Listen! Rick Barry was one of the best to ever lace ‘em up. A champion in both the NBA and ABA, he’s a multiple All Star, scoring champ, was one of the NBA’s 50 Greatest

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Charles Barkley on ‘99 fight with Shaq: “we fought like girls”

Last night on TNT, NBA Playoff viewers were treated to entertaining analysis and banter from the “Inside The NBA” crew of Kenny Smith, Ernie Johnson, Shaquille O’Neal and Charles Barkley. During halftime of the Houston Rockets/Minnesota Timberwolves’ game, Barkley had folks on twitter in comedic stitches when he said that football players are ‘as dumb

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Samaki Walker

Scoop B: Retracing how Samaki Walker’s 2002 Western Conference Finals 3-pointer vs. Sacramento Kings introduced referees to in-game video replay

Samaki Walker chats with Scoop B Radio’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson about his epic 3-pointer against the Sacramento Kings in the 2002 NBA Western Conference Finals. Press Play Below To Listen! The 2002 NBA Western Conference Finals matchup between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Sacramento Kings is widely regarded as one of the best

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Shareef O'Neal

Shareef O’Neal Brings Hope to UCLA

Just a few days ago, Shareef O’Neal decommited from Zona after the rumblings surrounding coach Miller and his doubtful ethics. Our own Stephen Rodgers covered O’Neal’s potential future choices in no time and just a few hours after leaving Arizona in the dust, Shareef called UCLA his new home. And oh boy should both parties

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