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NBA: LeBron James’ Ceiling Is Now Limited and Hating the Heat Is Inevitable

September 9th, 2010
For all those who thought Lebron James would immediately rival Michael Jordan's popularity, they were right. But now that James is headed to Miami to form a "super team" with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, his fandom will not be the same. The regression will begin with the inevitable question of ...

NBA Free Agent Rumors: LeBron James Update, Al Jefferson’s Availability

June 27th, 2010
The most important NBA off-season in history is kicking into gear, and with LeBron mania gaining steam, I'm going to produce an on-going series providing updates on the trade rumors and the speculation surrounding LeBron, D-Wade, Chris Bosh, Joe Johnson and other free agents.   LeBron And Bosh "Leaning Heavily ...

What Does John Wall’s Arrival Mean To the Washington Wizards?

June 27th, 2010
With the first pick in the draft, Washington selected John Wall.   Wall will head to D.C. amongst wild anticipation and expectations from Wizards' fans, and they have a right to be thrilled by the good fortune of a franchise wading in disappointment over the last few seasons.   Washington fans will ...

NBA Rumors: Lebron James and Chris Bosh To Sign With Chicago?

June 26th, 2010
Just a few days ago, "World-wide Wes" was executing a plan, bringing owners and GM's to a collective bow begging at his feet in shopping Chris Paul and LeBron James together via trade and free agency.   And now, another package deal is in the works involving two premium free agents, ...

NBA Rumors: 10 Reasons Why Chris Paul Is the Key To Free Agency

June 23rd, 2010
Lebron James would dominate the rest of an unbelievably deep free agent pool. James' presence was felt in the Finals without him so much as picking up a basketball. But it all changed when rumors began swirling around New Orleans' sensation, Chris Paul. Why would the Hornets be considering trading ...

NBA Finals 2010: Lakers-Celtics Finale Will Be One for the Ages

June 16th, 2010
No hype is needed when only one game stands between two teams and a title. Boston will begin an attempt to dissuade the appearance that they can't win in L.A. in Game Seven.  Ray Allen's 19 points brightened a dull performance by the Celtics, and if they plan to take home ...

Cleveland Cavaliers: Would Tom Izzo’s Hiring Influence Lebron James?

June 14th, 2010
Tom Izzo wants to contact Lebron James. The Cavs' Owner, Dan Gilbert, offered Izzo $30 million over five years, and according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, James would be in complete support of the hiring. Izzo will take some time to make the decision. The move would impact his life as well as it ...

NBA Draft: Evan Turner Wants to Be in the Hall of Fame

May 21st, 2010
Maybe someday he will. In a year far from now, we may see an older Evan Turner leaning on a podium, telling of his glory days in the NBA, and thanking the organization and all the people that brought him to where he is. The Washington Wizards could be that organization. That team ...

NBA Playoffs: Orlando Magic Down 2-0, but Two Does Not Equal Four

May 21st, 2010
This is not the Orlando Magic we are used to seeing. Down 2-0, they handed the Celtics home-court advantage with their uninspired play. The media already is covering the series as if it is over and the Celtics have won. Maybe they do not understand that with two games, the Magic ...

2010 NBA Draft: Is John Wall Or Evan Turner The Washington Wizards’ Best Choice?

May 19th, 2010
The NBA lottery is over. The Washington Wizards were given the first pick in the draft. The Wizards are blessed with two franchise players to choose from in John Wall and Evan Turner. The 6'4" point guard, Wall, possesses a rare game-changing ability. Wall's wide array of tools and competitive attitude make ...