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NBA: Winners and Losers Through One Month

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The NBA season is just gearing up, but we’re only a month in so these things can continue to fluster. Without anything definitive, we can only go off what we seen so far. Plenty of teams this season could go differently than it is now, but wanted to give an update on where some teams […]

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Some of the best NBA Playoff Upsets

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The NBA playoffs provide the moments in basketball’s history that we relish in for years to come. After an already lengthy 82 game season, 16 teams compete for the Larry O’Brien trophy. Though not as pertinent, as a single game elimination tournament, the first round of the NBA playoffs in the past have included some […]

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Wizards Win on the road without John Wall

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No Wall, No Problem With All-Star Poing Guard, John Wall out with a quad injury and Otto Porter, Jr. missing his second consecutive game with a back injury, Washington knew they had to cover a lot of ground. The Wizards looked good without their two starters.  The two teams were evenly matched throughout the game. […]

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Wizards Disappoint in Regular Season Home Finale

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The Washington Wizards are now 0-3 against the Miami Heat this season after a 106-103 loss. Who Want is More?? In their regular season home game finale, Washington came out on a 17-9 run to set the tone.  However, the Heat were spoilers as they went on a 8-0 run to tie the game up.  After […]

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Contenders or Pretenders: Eastern Conference playoff picture

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Looking at the Eastern Conference standings, there is few legit NBA Finals contenders. But there is some teams that could challenge the repeat Eastern Conference champion Cleveland Cavaliers. LeBron James has been dominating the East for as long as most can remember. With the shift in power slowly rolling to the East in the NBA, […]

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Central Division Review: January 22 Edition

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Here’s the weekly check in on the NBA’s Central Division: Cleveland Cavaliers What Happened? The Cavs blew a 3-1 lead in the NBA…wait, wrong story. The Cavaliers were trounced in their Martin Luther King Day matchup with the Golden State Warriors, losing by 35 points. They then bounced back on the road against the Phoenix […]

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Central Division Review: January 14th Edition

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Here’s the weekly check in on the NBA’s Central Division: Cleveland Cavaliers What Happened? The Cavs beat the Phoenix Suns by four on Sunday, though they let Eric Bledsoe drop 31 points and Tyson Chandler grabbed 15 rebounds in a blast from the past. On Tuesday, they lost by eight to the Utah Jazz, with […]

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Wizards have all the confidence in the world

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There is an old phrase that goes, “everything is so much better when you’re winning.” You can ask the Washington Wizards how that feels. The Wizards have won eight of their last ten games, five of those eight wins were at the Verizon Wireless Center. Washington has a huge task ahead of them. They were […]

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Different Year, Different Team, Same Bulls…..

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Imagine watching your favorite television series. Every season it starts out very interesting, but eventually, somehow ends the same way every time.  This is the horrific drama series the Chicago Bulls fan base have been watching over the last few years. A team, on paper, that should be one of the top two teams in […]