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Chris Paul Is Still the NBA’s Best Point Guard

August 5th, 2011
Many people have labeled Derrick Rose as the NBA's best point guard after his crowning as the NBA MVP  after a spectacular season of 25s and 8s.Well, I beg to differ.Derrick Rose has plenty of time left to claim that spot, but for now, it is Chris Paul's. Chris Paul's ...

Hoops With Power: The Most Explosive Players In NBA History Re-Edited

November 20th, 2010
In contrast to the original article "Hoops With Power: The Most Explosive NBA Players in NBA History" by Darko Mihajlovski, I have added more of my own personal picks. There are explosive superstars like Jordan, Carter, Bryant, James, etc. There are also explosive stars like J.R. Smith, and Shannon Brown. There are also explosive ...

What Separates The Men From The Boys: Flaws That Limit NBA Player’s Stardoms

October 10th, 2010
There are players who have bright glimpses of superstar level talent. Sure, everyone has flaws, but these flaws keep them from reaching their superstar lights. Imagine if Kobe Bryant didn't force as much shots, if Vince Carter actually tried, if Dwyane Wade was consistent from the arc, and if Carmelo Anthony ...

Bold Predictions: 2010-2011 Season Award Winners of the NBA

September 11th, 2010
Well after reading an article of this same topic, I disagreed on some of the picks and decided to make my own. Every year, a crown is awarded to those who play special roles on the team. The NBA also tallies up the best 15 players of the league, and ...

Kobe Bryant and Vince Carter: When You Don’t Adapt

August 14th, 2010
A decade ago, there were two young proven stars rising in the evolving world of the NBA.Both considered prodigies of Michael Jordan, they rose among the elites of the NBA.Two slashers that would forever change the game, and take athleticism to new heights.I compare the two players, given the same ...

NBA Free Agency 2010: The Laker’s Transactions Evaluations

July 22nd, 2010
The Lakers have just signed Matt Barnes to a 2-Year $3.6 million contract. This adds his defensive intensity and toughness to the already star-studded championship team. Ratliff was also signed for a year, adding his defensive ability on the bench to back-up Andrew Bynum. I'm so excited for the Lakers ...

Does Shannon Brown, the Lakers’ Human Pogo, Have NBA Potential?

July 17th, 2010
The Los Angeles Lakers have recently resigned guard Shannon Brown. The youngster who is overloaded with hops and is dubbed as the "Airplane" and "Human Pogo." His extremely amazing athletic ability inspired fans to rally and start a campaign for him to participate in the Dunk Contest. He has become a fan ...

Top NBA Signature Moves in the League

July 17th, 2010
The Top 10 Signature Moves of NBA Players. Much like Allen Iverson's "Killer Crossover", Kareem's "Skyhook," and Michael Jordan's "Air Jordan Dunk," many players of today have their own special move. Honorable Mentions: Derrick Rose's 1st Step Dwight Howard's Running Hook Shaq's Drop Step Tim Duncan's bank shotBegin Slideshow

NBA Stars and Their Superhero Counterparts

June 26th, 2010
Yes, Dwight Howard and Shaquille O'Neal may be nicknamed Superman, but I don't consider that as their real identity. Comparisons of superpowers of superheroes to the skillset of the NBA players will be made in this slide show. Please don't get mad. I didn't include old players. I just ...

Lakers vs. Celtics Game 5: What Los Angeles Did Wrong Last Night

June 14th, 2010
What's the use of a talented team, if only one player will take the challenge? Nothing. That was not the Los Angeles Lakers that had the hunger to win it all that I had seen in the beginning of the series. Game Five was basically the whole Boston team against the lone ...