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The End of an Era

November 7, 2012 |

David Stern has been commissioner of the National Basketball Association for 30 years and few can question the impact he has had on the game during his term. Stern, who is also the longest tenured commissioner in major North American sports, announced recently that he will retire on Feb. 1, 2014. Deputy commissioner Adam Silver will assume […]Read More

Kings of the West

October 31, 2012 |

The NBA is back ladies and gentlemen.  Basketball fans everywhere are anxiously awaiting what many are saying could be one of the best seasons in recent memory.  The Western Conference in particular is stacked. Last year, the Oklahoma City Thunder were champions of the West, utilizing a terrific young nucleus made up of All-Star point […]Read More

Beasts of the East

October 31, 2012 |

Ladies and gentlemen, it’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for; facial dunks and buzzer beaters are back. It seems like the NBA season just concluded with Lebron James and company hoisting the Larry O’Brien trophy, but once again we’re looking at the start of what is going to be another epic NBA season. Many […]Read More

Let the Games Begin

December 7, 2011 |

NBA season set to start Dec. 25 Written By: Matthew McCracken Sports Editor While the NFL has been in action for so long it seems as if there wasn’t a lockout, the NBA decided to take a different route.  Wishful thinking was thrown out the window after the Players’ Association of the NBA denied a […]Read More

Release the Cracken

October 5, 2011 |

I am saying he’s a Gold Digger, But I respect that Written By: Matthew McCracken Sports Editor I don’t feel like getting into details about the logistics of the NBA Lock-out, nor do I care about them.  I couldn’t tell you the issues between the players and the owners.  I couldn’t tell you how close […]Read More

Take the Rims Down

September 21, 2011 |

An Update on the National Basketball Association Lockout Written By: Jordan Jones Staff Writer Coming off one of the best seasons in the league’s history, the 2011-12 NBA is waiting in jeopardy of being cancelled completely.  The NBA has not had a work stoppage since 1998. In that case, the season was reduced from 82 games to […]Read More

Derrick Rose Best Point Guard In The NBA?

February 11, 2011 |

Derrick Rose has emerged as one of the best point guards the NBA has to offer.Read More

Trouble In Hollywood?

February 11, 2011 |

The Los Angeles Lakers have been struggling. Is it time for the two-time champs to make a move?Read More

Now Playing: The Blake Griffin Show

January 26, 2011 |

After a year off Blake Griffin is showing why he was such a dominant force in collegeRead More