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No Need For Any Debate, Michael Jordan Is the Greatest To Ever Play in the NBA

November 13th, 2010
Recently, I have seen a lot of articles debating who among Kobe, LeBron, and MJ is the best. Is there really any need for debate? Jordan was dominant in a way Kobe and LeBron wish they were. He had a killer instinct. More then Kobe's. Way more then LeBron's. Now for some ...

Washington Wizards Owner Promises to “Dougie” If Team Sells Out a Home Game

November 6th, 2010
Wizards rookie point guard John Wall made headlines by dancing the "Dougie" during  pregame introductions before Washington's home opener against the Philadelphia 76ers. Wall has drawn plenty of applause for his nimble feet and genuine smile, not to mention his outstanding early-season play.  But he has his share of detractors, too, ...

John Wall Already Showing Why He Will Be Rookie of the Year

November 6th, 2010
John Wall, the first overall pick of the 2010 NBA Draft, is already showing why he will be Rookie of the Year. Along with his great dance moves, he is showing his great skills on the court, after only four games. Yes, he has been kind of iffy with the turnovers, averaging ...

NBA Trade Machine: The 2 Greatest Trades Ever

October 30th, 2010
I am sure most of you are aware of the NBA Trade Machine on ESPN.com. For those of you who aren't, it is based to let the fans test trades they think will happen. But you always get the people like me, who sign on simply to put in trades ...

LeBron James: Get Past the Drama, LBJ Is Still 1 of the Best Players in the NBA

October 30th, 2010
Yes, I know pretty much everybody outside of Miami hates LeBron and everything that has to do with him, but we need to get over what happened this summer and realize he is still one of the best players to play the game. Wednesday, of course I watched the Heat take ...

Ranking the Top Six NBA Point Guards

July 29th, 2010
There are a select number of great point guards in the NBA. Deron Williams, Chris Paul, Steve Nash, etc. But who is the best?Begin Slideshow

Four Reasons the Los Angeles Lakers Will Beat the Miami Heat

July 25th, 2010
Ever since the Heat signed Wade, Bosh, and James, all the expectations are a Heat-Lakers Finals. In my opinion, Lakers beat them in five games, if it happens. Let's not forget, the Heat have to get past Chicago, Boston, Orlando, Atlanta and the rest of the Eastern Conference to even get ...

Chicago Jazz? Bulls Add Three Former Utah Jazz Players This Offseason

July 16th, 2010
Heading into the offseason, the Bulls, along with multiple other NBA teams, were looking to add at least one top-tier free agent. LeBron, Wade, or Bosh were the ones in mind. Those three, of course, decided to go play with each other in Miami. The Heat signed Wade and Bosh first. ...

Magic Match Offer Sheet From Bulls to JJ Redick; Sign Ronnie Brewer Instead

July 16th, 2010
After LeBron James made his decision to go play with Miami, the Bulls went after a shooting guard immediately in J.J. Redick. Redick is a terrific perimeter shooter and would have been a terrific pick-up for the Bulls, but the Magic decided to match the 3-year, $20 million front-loaded contract ...

We Want You: NBA Free Agency: Where the Top Free Agents Will End Up

July 2nd, 2010
This year's free agent market is the biggest and most important ever. It may reshape the NBA as we know it, if everything goes as it is planned. Every single person in the nation, basketball fan or not, has an opinion to where most of the free agents will end up. ...