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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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The 5 Most Exciting Point Guards in the NBA

[caption id="attachment_12804" align="aligncenter" width="534"] Russell Westbrook's athleticism leads an exciting new wave of point guards that are just plain fun to watch. Via usatoday.com[/caption] As the NBA playoff push heats up, let’s take a look at the five most exciting, UN-INJURED point guards in the league. (All provided statistics are career regular season averages.) 5. Tony Parker-Best Veteran: a ...

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Book Review: The Whore of Akron

If you could think of the worst possible thing to say about Lebron James (or Cleveland sports) Scott Raab puts yours to shame, and scolds with an impact of a fearless Mike Tyson lunging left hook. Raab (an established writer for Esquire) was born and raised in Cleveland, who clearly lives and dies with the city and more importantly their sports teams.  The Whore Of Akron, Raab’s first book, is beyond hyster ...

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Top 9 NBA Rookies To Watch Out For

  Make sure to keep an eye out for these rookies. Although the majority of them aren't starting, they can definitely do some damage and take over a starting spot by the end of the season. 9.   Tristan Thompson (Cleveland Cavaliers) The Cavaliers lucked out by having two top five picks in the NBA draft.  With the fourth overall pick they selected Tristan Thompson out of the University of Texas.  Many pe ...

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Random Athlete Of The Day- Ruben Boumtje-Boumtje

The 7ft Ruben Boumtje-Boumtje is from Ede, Cameroon. In college Ruben played 4 years at Georgetown from '97-'01. His best season was his Junior year when he averaged nearly 13 ppg, 8 rpg, 2.5 bpg in 26 mpg. In his career with the Hoyas he averaged 9.6 ppg, 7 rpg, and 2.5 bpg. Boumtje-Boumtje is one of the best shot blockers Georgetown has seen behind Patrick Ewing, Alonzo Mourning, and Dikembe Mutombo. With ...

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Random Athlete Of The Day- Andrew DeClercq

Andrew played college ball at the University of Florida and helped lead them to the Final Four in 1994. In the 1995 NBA Draft DeClercq fell to the 34th pick overall by the Golden State Warriors. In his first season Andrew didn't see the floor very often, not because he was so tall (bad joke), but because he only played 9 mpg. The next two seasons (one with Warriors one with the Boston Celtics), Andrew avera ...

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Random Athlete Of The Day- Michael Doleac

Michael Doleac was a college star for the University of Utah. He took them to the 1998 National Championship Game where they lost to power house Kentucky. His dominance at Utah made him a lottery pick in the ‘98 draft. He fell to the Orlando Magic at the 12 spot. His rookie year he averaged 6 ppg and was named to the 2nd All Rookie Team. The next year he averaged his career high with 7 ppg and 4.1 rpg. ...

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