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Charlotte Hornets Make Things Easy Without Too Much From Jeremy Lin

Posted on 10 Dec, 2015, by in NBA

The Charlotte Hornets didn’t listen to us (surprising, right?) and kept Jeremy Lin as the backup point guard in an easy 99-81 win over the Miami Heat as Kemba Walker led the scoring along with Marvin Williams, Nicolas Batum got triple double and Al Jefferson, not even playing, got himself suspended. More

The Youngest Players in NBA History

Posted on 19 Feb, 2012, by in Featured

Kobe Bryant made his NBA debut shortly after his 18th birthday. So did Andrew Bynum and Tracy McGrady, the most notable names on the ten youngest players in NBA history and a group of 23, including LeBron James, to play in the league before turning 19, something impossible today. More

The Lost Art of the Triple Double

Posted on 13 Feb, 2012, by in Featured

Rajon Rondo’s fantastic night against the Derrick Rose-less Chicago Bulls was only the sixth triple double this season by an NBA player, with Rondo going for 32 points, 10 rebounds and 15 assists. He is the first player this year to notch multiple triple double games, which seem to be more and more of a rarity these days. More

Your Deserving and Undeserving 2012 NBA All-Star Starters and Reserves

Posted on 10 Feb, 2012, by in NBA

The NBA All-Star doesn’t feel exactly right to some, but a 66 game NBA season is still longer than what we had in 1999, which makes it possible to squeeze it in. After announcing the starters, most of them deserving except for Carmelo Anthony and Blake Griffin, the guys on the bench got their names called up this week. More

NBA Franchises All Time Leading Scorers

Posted on 9 Feb, 2012, by in Featured

Besides Havlicek and Bryant, we thought it would be a good opportunity to refresh memories around the NBA fandom about who leads each franchise’s scoring list, and do any of them have a chance of getting dethroned anytime soon. More

Top Five Centers in the NBA, Going into 2011-2012

Posted on 25 Dec, 2011, by in Featured

Dwight Howard might be the best Center in the NBA for a few years, but unlike certain uneducated opinions, he isn’t the only more than decent Center in the league. Al Horford, Joakim Noah, Andrew Bogut and Andrew Bynum join him to make the best five centers in the league heading into 2011-2012. More

Best Christmas Day Games by NBA Players

Posted on 25 Dec, 2011, by in Featured

NBA games on Christmas belong to the big stars, like LeBron James and Dwyane Wade in recent years or Charles Barkley, Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen going further back. More

Top Five Power Forwards in the NBA, Going Into 2011-2012

Posted on 24 Dec, 2011, by in Featured

Dirk Nowitzki won the NBA Finals MVP award last season, making him a deserving #1 among the elite power forwards of the NBA. He’s joined by LaMarcus Aldridge, Blake Griffin, Zach Randolph and Amar’e Stoudemire as our prediction to be the 5 best power forwards in the 2011-2012 season. More

Top Five Small Forwards in the NBA, Going Into 2011-2012

Posted on 23 Dec, 2011, by in Featured

LeBron James didn’t win the MVP last season, but he should have. He’s the most talented player in his position, and the league, joined by Kevin Durant, the favorite to win the MVP and maybe even the NBA title this season, and Granger, Rudy Gay and Carmelo Anthony as the five best Small Forwards to play in the NBA in 2011-2012. More

Top Five Shooting Guards in the NBA, Going Into 2011-2012

Posted on 22 Dec, 2011, by in Featured

Dwyane Wade, the 2006 NBA Finals MVP, at 29, is the best in a position that isn’t as deep as it used to be, with the best players among the shooting guards getting a little older. Wade leads our pre-season pick of Ginobili, Monta Ellis, frustrated Eric Gordon and of course and just as frustrated Kobe Bryant, here are the five best shooting guards in the league. More