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Some Awesome High School Highlight Videos

Highlights you can watch for days. If we missed your favorite video feel free to share it in the comments! Vince Carter: [youtube]T4572RD69cQ[/youtube] Jason Williams: [youtube]8j4q44lAFsM[/youtube] Lebron James: [youtube]9IwQHUih1u8[/youtube] Kobe Bryant: [youtube]fIwdz3s_8ps[/youtube] Josh Smith: [youtube]tSoCSLi_WZs[/youtube] [youtube]P7hmKXYGnDU[/youtube] Amare Stoudemire: [youtube]7Z-x05PoOpk[/youtube] ...

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Random Athlete of the Day- Corliss Williamson

Corliss Mondari Williamson (Mondari?!?) is the definition of a savvy NBA vet. Highly recruited out of high school where he was a three-time All-American and National Gatorade Player of the Year, Corliss stayed close to home and committed to play for Arkansas. Although his career at Arkansas is not well known, it is arguably one of the greatest Razorback successes of all-time. [caption id="attachment_15739" ...

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2013 NBA Power Rankings

[caption id="attachment_15702" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Photo Credit: AP Photo[/caption] 1. Miami Heat---Because. 2. Oklahoma City Thunder--- Still have the 2nd best player in the league, Kevin Durant, and Russell Westbrook, who I am predicting will emerge as the 3rd best player in the league this season. 3. Indiana Pacers--- Addressed their biggest need by adding Chris Copeland and C.J. Watson to t ...

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Random Athlete Of The Day- Frankie King

Point guard Frankie King was born in Baxley, Goergia, the same city that number one MLB prospect Byron Buxton is from. King played at Appling County High School before he attended Brunswick College where he earned Georgia Junior College Player of the Year honors. After establishing himself as dangerous scoring threat he went on to star at Western Carolina University. At WCU, King led the conference in scori ...

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Taking Back What Was Theirs

The West has been wild (Yes, I said it. I’m sorry, I couldn’t resist), from Golden State landing Andre Iguodola to the Clippers adding shooters Jared Dudley and J.J. Reddick and hiring Doc Rivers to Houston bringing in a circus, though a talented one, in the shape of Dwight Howard. These teams all made huge moves, obviously looking to take that last step and make it to the Finals. I like to picture Kevin Du ...

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Top Point Guards Vol. 4

Finally, the last volume of the “Top Point Guards” series. Here are the top two point guards in the world... [caption id="attachment_15550" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Photo Credit: AP Photo[/caption] Tony Parker’s numbers aren’t really exceptional, but that doesn’t matter. His control of the Spurs offense is out of this world. We all saw his performance in the Finals, the game-winner in game one and t ...

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Top Point Guards Vol. 3

Rankings and lists are two of the worst things about sports media; we, as fans, have this burning desire to put everything in order and determine how good something is relative to other things. We can’t just accept greatness; we have to figure out just how great it is. I am certainly guilty of this over the past couple weeks. I’m here to atone for my mistake; though it may be more of a copout than an act of ...

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