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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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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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NBA Power Rankings: Top 9 Through Christmas

At this point last year we knew very little about how good or how bad certain teams were since, due to the lockout, the season had only just. This Christmas many teams have already played at least 25 games, to the delight of the fans, so here are your top 10 teams so far this season. 1. Los Angeles Clippers 22-6 (1st in Pacific Division) The Lob City Clippers have quickly turned into the Show Time Clippers. ...

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Taking Bad Schotz NBA Power Rankings: Offseason Edition

This year’s offseason has been a wild one to say the least.  From blockbuster trades to stars signing with other teams, this offseason has been a memorable one.  Let’s take a look at how each team helped or hurt their position in the year’s first power ranking. 1.    Miami Heat Wait you mean to tell me that the NBA champs lost virtually nothing this offseason but added Rashard Lewis and Ray Allen?  The Heat ...

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Lob City: How The Clippers Are Taking Over LA

  For years the Los Angeles Clippers have been little more than a punch line. Playing second fiddle to the perennial greatness of the Lakers, the Clippers were seen as a franchise with a losing culture, and a racist, greedy owner in Donald Sterling. While the Lakers piled up championships, the Clippers piled up losses and disappointing lottery picks (Michael Olowokandi anyone?). The Lakers were Los Ang ...

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Western Conference Playoff Teams

  We’re five days into the first post-lockout season in the National Basketball Association since the wild 1999-2000 season. These are my predictions on how the “ridirkuosly” loaded Western Conference will shape up at the end of what is looking like an extremely intriguing regular season. 1. Oklahoma City Thunder All is not well in Oklahoma as of today. Last night Russell Westbrook had one of the worst ...

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