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Carmelo Anthony Fails To Be ‘The Superstar’ Once Again

Carmelo Anthony Fails To Be ‘The Superstar’ Once Again

There are few players currently plying their services in the NBA who possess more offensive talent than Carmelo Anthony. As a scorer his ability and performance is only matched by a select, elite few. However, his remarks surrounding his potential free agent status in the coming summer (2014) once again show a player failing to

Cleveland Cavaliers Won’t Find Answers To Problems This Year

The Cleveland Cavaliers reportedly had an angry team meeting following a 29-point drubbing at the hands of the Minnesota Timberwolves this week. They have hopes that Andrew Bynum could feature in the line-up this weekend, but the reality is that the Cavs won’t be finding any positive answers beyond the fact that this line-up just

What Can The Uber-Talented Kentucky Wildcats Achieve In 2013-14?

The Kentucky Wildcats once again start a college basketball season with the top recruiting class in the country. They once again start a season probably as the favorites to win a National Championship. However, as John Calipari enters his fourth season on Kentucky’s head coach, another extremely talented, but extremely young Wildcats’ roster will know

NBA Season Preview 2013-14: Central Division

We are just two weeks away from the start of the 2013-14 NBA season. It’s time to step up the preview coverage as preseason action and training camps help to build a clearer picture of how the upcoming season is likely to play out. The Central division already looks like the ‘beast of the East’

NBA Season Preview 2013-14: Pacific Division

We are just two weeks away from the start of the 2013-14 NBA season. It’s time to step up the preview coverage as preseason action and training camps help to build a clearer picture of how the upcoming season is likely to play out. Most expect this to be something of a down year in

Derrick Rose Injured – Is The East Now A Two-Horse Race?

Chicago Bulls fans could be forgiven for waking up this morning feeling frustrated and disgruntled. Last night’s tough loss to the Portland Trail Blazers cost this their team far more than just another loss to their record. It also might just cost them their superstar player, the league’s MVP in 2011, Derrick Rose extended time

Do The LA Clippers Really Have A ‘Big Three’?

Doc Rivers has been boasting about the fact that he has moved to a team with another ‘big three’. The comparisons between his new job with the Los Angeles Clippers and his former role with the Boston Celtics have reached a point where Rivers has decided to label Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan

Introducing This Season’s New NBA Head Coaches

13 of the NBA’s teams will start the 2013-14 season with a new head coach. That has become a pretty standard story line in professional sports, which is a results business. Of those 13 new coaches, nine of them will be coaching in the NBA for the very first time. It’s time to introduce Michael

Blind Free Throw Story Suggests Same Old Dwight Howard In Houston

Dwight Howard will once again dominate story-lines in the early part of the 2013-14 season. ‘D12’ endured a turbulent end to his time with the Orlando Magic and an awful year in LA with the Lakers. Now everyone is wondering whether Howard can finally settle down and find a happy home with the Houston Rockets,

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