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Brooklyn Pins It All on Brook Lopez

Tuesday, June 30th, 2015

Brook Lopez is an unrestricted free agent and there is always the possibility that the big man bounds away for a new contract in a city with less of a harsh spotlight. But we don’t think that is going to happen and neither do the Nets back in Brooklyn. All Star caliber big man Brook […]

How to Get Started Writing on Wikipedia

Saturday, March 7th, 2015

Wikipedia relies on ethics, and they rely on your as an editor to make sure that all the articles are ready to publish. There are many people who write articles for Wikipedia without knowing the editing guidelines. They are relying on you to make sure that their articles are ready to read when they are […]

Of Course Michael Jordan Is A Billionaire

Wednesday, March 4th, 2015

When Michael Jordan became a superstar, he wanted to win a title. Then he wanted to keep winning titles. He improved his brand up until the day he retired. His shoe line is still one of the best selling in the world, and he did not set out to be a billionaire. He simply set […]

How Did Bruce Levenson Change The Hawks Culture?

Sunday, February 22nd, 2015

When the Atlanta Spirit LLC group purchased the Atlanta Hawks, they came into the relationship with issues stemming from the separation of the two groups. Bruce Levenson was part of the Washington group, and he picked up the pieces when Steve Belkin tried to steal the franchise. Bruce served on the NBA board of governors, […]

Jazz Beat Down

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015

  The Utah Jazz of the National Basketball Association pulled off the unthinkable last night. They took down the Golden State Warriors and then honestly did it in a pretty big way, leading for the majority of the game. It is ironic that the Warriors have gone on such big winning streaks that are cut […]

Lillard Responds to Snub

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015

Damian Lillard of the Portland Trailblazers has had the best year of his career and a truly amazing year on the stats sheet. He has put up some of the best numbers in the NBA with twenty-two points per game and averaging over six assists a game. Not only have his numbers been good, but […]

Bosh an All Star After James Departure

Monday, February 2nd, 2015

It is no surprise that since LeBron James parted ways with Miami and took his talents elsewhere that Chris Bosh of the Miami Heat is having one of the best seasons of his career and finds himself on the All Star roster. Chris Bosh got overshadowed when LeBron was in town and although he has […]

Hawks All Stars

Monday, February 2nd, 2015

  There was a ton of speculation as to which of the Atlanta Hawks players would make the All Star team, as none of them found their way into the starting lineup, but that was to be expected. The reason being is that the Hawks are truly a rare team in that they really win […]

Midpoint of NBA Season

Tuesday, January 20th, 2015

With the¬†midpoint¬†of the National Basketball Association 2014-2015 finally here, sportscasters and writers all over the country are weighing in on how teams have fared thus far and are making predictions for the rest of the season. This has been a shocking year for fans like to say the least. As pointed out by my friend […]

Carmelo Anthony

Thursday, December 4th, 2014

For Carmelo Anthony the best choice he might make for the next 60 games or so is the one that makes him forget about Chicago. The Chicago Bulls stand as a testament to what ‘could have been’ for the aging superstar. Chicago is currently at the top of the Eastern Conference thanks to their deep […]