Ben Simmons

Sixers’ Ben Simmons should focus on being PG, not a shooter, says retired NBA player Mikki Moore

In an era where everyone shoots three-pointers, Philadelphia 76ers All Star, Ben Simmons ain’t in that conversation. An athletic 6’10 point guard, Simmons executes the daunting task of balancing otherworldly playmaking skills while also defending some of the best swingmen in the NBA’s Eastern Conference. “Jump-shot shaming” Simmons has been ‘a thing mainly, well because

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Vince Carter

Vince Carter’s Toronto Raptors return before retiring would be “lovely” says former Nets teammate

At 41, Vince Carter is now the OLDEST player in the NBA! That’s just crazy. This season marks Carter’s 21st season in the league. Now a member of the Atlanta Hawks, Carter is playing for a team that is being built around rookie point guard, Trae Young, rising small forward, Taurean Prince and second-year player,

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Fonzy’s Top 10 2017 NBA Free Agents: Shooting Guards

A few days ago, I made my top 10 free agent point guards heading into the NBA Offseason. Today, I will be ranking my top 10 free agent shooting guards. 10. Vince Carter Team: Memphis Grizzlies Type of FA: Unrestricted 2016-2017 season stats: 8.0 points, 3.1 rebounds & 1.8 assists Vince Carter has said that

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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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2-4 Tuesday: Kobe vs. Vince

Unlike Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant had a legit list of qualified rivals in his prime. Guys who consistently took aim at his Best on the Planet Title. Entering the same draft class as Allen Iverson, Stephon Marbury & Ray Allen to name a few; any given night could be a test for Kobe. As the

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First Round Preview: San Antonio Spurs vs Memphis Grizzlies

Game 1: Memphis Grizzlies @ San Antonio Spurs Sunday 4/17 8:00 PM Game 2: Memphis Grizzlies @ San Antonio Spurs Tuesday 4/19 9:30 PM Game 3: San Antonio Spurs @ Memphis Grizzlies Friday 4/22 9:30 PM Game 4: San Antonio Spurs @ Memphis Grizzlies Sunday 4/24 1:00 PM Game 5: Memphis Grizzlies @ San Antonio Spurs Tuesday 4/26 (time TBA)*

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Despite the injuries, the Grizzlies are in the playoffs

Injuries happen in the NBA. Most of the time they can ruin a potential season a team has but for some reason the Memphis Grizzlies have found their way in to the 2016 postseason. Know for their “grit and grind” mentality, this is taking it to the next level. The Grizzlies have used a total

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Vince Carter

Number Retirements: Who’s Next? Atlantic Division

Welcome to part 3 of the number retirements series here at Basketball Society. To check out part 1 with the Southeast Division click here. To check out part 2 with the Northwest Division click here. Today I will be going over each team in the Atlantic Division and who could possibly have their number retired

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VIDEO: Vince Carter’s Top 300 Dunks

Everyone who watches the NBA loves a good dunk, and everyone who’s been watching since at least the early 2000s knows that Vince Carter is one of the best. Well, with the doldrums of the offseason still in swing, why not enjoy a 17-minute video of one of the best dunkers the game has seen.

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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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