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2013 NBA Mock Draft (Vol. 2)

1.  Cleveland Cavaliers- C Nerlens Noel (Kentucky) I don’t think he’ll be the best player out of the draft, but he fits the mold for the Cavs. His defense is already at an All-Star level and his offense will only develop with the mentorship of Anderson Varejao (if not traded) and the help of Kyrie Irving. With a frontcourt of Alonzo Gee, Tristan Thompson and Noel, the Cavs could possess one of the most acti ...

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New York Vs. Boston…Let’s Do It Again?

We’ve seen it many times, the old New York-Boston rivalry. Yankees-Red Sox, Jets-Pats, and (just a few weeks ago) Knicks-Celtics. Amazingly, though, the Rangers and Bruins haven’t met in the playoffs since 1973. Sure, each team probably has teams they consider rivals, but make no mistake about it that these teams don’t like each other. Besides the New York-Boston history, if the regular season matchups are ...

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The Knicks Winning Playoff Games? Wake Me Up!

Amare Stoudemire’s season has been one plagued with injury. Just when you thought he was coming into form and getting fully healthy, he was given another hurdle to climb. After originally missing the first thirty games of the season because of a knee injury, he returned and worked his way back to playing on a thirty-minute restriction. Then, to the surprise of Knick fans everywhere, it was announced on Marc ...

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Top 5 Current Coaches in the NBA

It's playoff time and we should take a look at who the best coaches in the Association really are. [caption id="attachment_13529" align="aligncenter" width="576"] via thesportsbank.net[/caption] 5. Erik Spoelstra, Miami Heat: Yes, Coach Spo has one of the most talented rosters in the NBA, but the man deserves a lot of credit for his success with the Heat since 2008. Since Spo was named head coach, the Heat ...

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KG vs. Duncan: Who’s Had The Better Career?

When I first considered this comparison, the answer was clear: Duncan is the better player. He has been the most consistent and fundamentally solid player in the last 20 years. But as I thought about it, I realized Garnett is dynamic in a way that Duncan has never been and will never be. Duncan will hit 8 out of 10 hook shots off the backboard, but he will never be the rebounding champion or defensive playe ...

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The Most Dangerous 8th Seed In NBA History: The Los Angeles Lakers

[caption id="attachment_12848" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Photo Credit: Steve Dykes / EPA[/caption] On January 23rd the Los Angeles Lakers lost on the road to the Grizzlies 106-93 and dropped to 17-25 to 12th place in the Western Conference. Most experts by now had completely counted the Lakers out and gave them no shot at making the playoffs. The story of the Lakers’ ineffectiveness and futility head ...

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Top 9 7th Men in the NBA

Every year, the NBA hands out an award for the league’s best 6th man. However, the value of a team’s 7th man is often underappreciated despite that player’s importance to the overall depth, energy and success to their team. To be eligible for this list, the player: 1. Cannot be a starter 2.  Cannot be in the team’s top six minutes per game 9. Steve Novak, New York Knicks [caption id="attachment_12572" align ...

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