League Needs to Act on Joey Crawford’s “Defense” in 2014 NBA Playoffs

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It’s 2014 and we’re still talking about Joey Crawford and his “tactics” as an NBA referee. The 62-year-old, polarizing official has already left his mark (twice) on the NBA playoffs this year and we’re not nearly done with the first […]

Surprise Upsets Great for Growth, Popularity of NBA Playoffs

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It’s safe to say no one would disagree this year’s NBA playoffs have been the most exciting in recent memory. During the regular season, all we heard about was how both the Eastern and Western Conferences would be two-team races […]

Baylor Center Isaiah Austin Declares for 2014 NBA Draft

Isaiah Austin 2014 NBA Draft

With a terrific run to the Sweet 16 and a stellar sophomore season in the books, Baylor center Isaiah Austin announced on Monday he will enter the 2014 NBA Draft, via the official RantSports Google Plus page. The 7-foot-1 Arlington, […]

San Antonio Spurs Rumors: Gregg Popovich Solid Choice as NBA Coach of the Year

Gregg Popovich NBA Coach of the Year

As the rumors and reports continue to surface regarding the NBA awards for the 2013-14 season, the first one from a fairly reputable source with information on Coach of the Year is in: San Antonio Spurs mad scientist Gregg Popovich. […]

NBA Playoffs 2014: Spurs vs. Mavericks Game 1 Preview

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The frustration from the folks in the Dallas-Fort Worth area was definitely evident on Wednesday night when the Dallas Mavericks came up short in a 117-116 overtime loss to the Memphis Grizzlies, which means the losing team will settle for […]

San Antonio Spurs Fans Shouldn’t be Concerned Over Tony Parker’s Absence

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When news broke on Tuesday that San Antonio Spurs star point guard Tony Parker would be out “for the foreseeable future,” a lot of eyebrows were raised. The Spurs are known for resting their stars more than most teams, and […]

Paul George’s In-Game 360 Windmill Dunk Makes All-Star Weekend Fans Drool

Paul George NBA: Los Angeles Clippers at Indiana Pacers

Dunking is a part of basketball that is polarizing to the fan in that some are fascinated by it while others are annoyed. But the one thing everyone has in common is the captivation that a monstrous dunk can put […]

San Antonio Spurs Should Trade for Kevin Love

Kevin Love Tim Duncan NBA: Minnesota Timberwolves at San Antonio Spurs

If you’re a true NBA fan and you watch any San Antonio Spurs games, you’ve heard commentators talk about certain players as “Spurs players.” They just fit the Spurs’ system, which most fake basketball fans call boring. Besides Tim Duncan, […]

Kobe Bryant’s Knee Fracture Should Mark End of Career, Los Angeles Lakers’ Era

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Didn’t everyone and their dog outside of the Los Angeles Lakers’ fan base say the team shouldn’t have extended Kobe Bryant’s contract? Did we not say he would never return to his Hall of Fame-level of play at age 35 […]

Top 15 Active NBA Players With Best Chance to Win 6 Rings

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Los Angeles Clippers’ Success Will Determine Chris Paul’s MVP Candidacy

Chris Paul NBA: Golden State Warriors at Los Angeles Clippers

After a relatively quiet performance in the Los Angeles Clippers’ opening-night loss to the Los Angeles Lakers, Chris Paul exploded in an electric win over the Golden State Warriors on Halloween night to announce his early candidacy for the 2013-14 […]

Greg Oden Should Pick Miami Heat After Meeting With Final Teams

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It doesn’t compare with the Dwight Howard saga yet, but Greg Oden‘s free agency is almost at the point of annoyance. For weeks, he’s been contemplating where to attempt to play the 2013-14 NBA season with his list of suitors […]