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Playing 3000 Minutes Means no NBA Championship

Posted on 9 Apr, 2013, by in NBA

To win an NBA title, apparently, you need your star player to clock in less than 3000 minutes a season, as the meaning of an NBA minute has changed over the years, becoming more physically taxing as time goes by, which might mean player like Kevin Durant or Kobe Bryant (who might not even make the postseason) need to take a rest before this season is over. More

New York Knicks – Tyson Chandler With a Special Rebounding Streak

Posted on 5 Feb, 2013, by in NBA

For the first time in over 40 years, a player from the New York Knicks has a streak of 20 rebounds or more that goes on for at least three games. Tyson Chandler has been a big part of why the team has been so close to the Eastern number one spot this season, and it’s nice when a player who does a lot of the dirty work (meaning not scoring) gets some recognition for the numbers he pulls off. More

Ben Wallace Deserves To Be in the Hall of Fame

Posted on 6 Apr, 2012, by in NBA

It’s easy to forget Ben Wallace is still in the league. A backup Center for the Detroit Pistons, the 4 time NBA defensive player of the year can still conjure up something worth mentioning beyond the stat sheet, like his block on John Wall in the Pistons’ 99-94 win over the Washington Wizards. More