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Heat-Pacers Game 2 Thoughts

My thoughts on Game 1 ended with a request for six more games like that. Usually, that’s an unrealistic expectation, but with the way these two teams match-up, it is highly possible. This series has me, and I would think any hoop fan with a pulse very excited. Here are my thoughts on the Pacers Game 2 win: Heavy Is The Head: There... Read More
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Why returning the Hornets back to Charlotte is Great for the NBA and North Carolina

  After the Charlotte Hornets left for New Orleans in 2002, the city was promised another team for the 2004-2005 season. In June 2003, the new team was name the Bobcats. The original owner of the team, Robert “Bob” Johnson named the team after himself even after the Charlotte Regional Sports Commission had a fan vote on the nickname, but Johnson chose the Bobcats over the Charlotte... Read More
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Heat-Pacers Game 1 Thoughts

The Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers played a very fun game to watch last night. The Heat won in overtime on a LeBron James layup at the buzzer. It was the final big play in a game that was chocked full of them. There are many different angles and thoughts that I could go with, but here are a few quick... Read More
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Miami Heat eye third consecutive NBA Finals!

After Bum-rushing the Milwaukee Bucks in round one, and handling a depleted Bulls team the heat are on one mission. That mission is simple win another NBA Championship, but the road just got a little tougher In the way of LeBron James’ second ring is Frank Vogel’s Indiana Pacers. Keep in mind the Miami Heat really haven’t played a meaningful game... Read More
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Eastern Conference Preview: Indiana Pacers

The Indiana Pacers will face the Miami Heat in the playoffs for the second year in a row, last year was in round two, this time they’ll face in the Eastern Conference Finals. The Heat won 4-2 in a competitive series last year but this year the Pacers hope for the outcome to be different. In order for that to... Read More
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Parker Assists Spurs to 2-0 Lead

Throughout the course of the past decade, the San Antonio Spurs have been a title contender, all behind the Big Fundamental, Tim Duncan. The past couple years, the team has shifted from Duncan to point guard Tony Parker. Parker has been sensational for San Antonio against the Memphis Grizzlies. In Game 1, he scored 20 points and dished out nine... Read More
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Spurs-Grizzlies Game 1 Thoughts

A great Sunday dinner put everyone to sleep right around 3:25 p.m. Not too long after sitting down to watch Game 1 of what I expected to be a long and entertaining Western Conference Finals, I gave consideration to joining everyone else in taking a nap. The San Antonio Spurs dominated the Memphis Grizzlies 105-83. Here are my thoughts on... Read More
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Spurs Eye Another Championship

Stop if you’ve heard this before; the San Antonio Spurs are playing in the Western Conference Finals for a chance to represent the Western Conference in the NBA Finals. The Spurs got here by sweeping the undermanned Los Angeles Lakers and winning in six games in the semi-final round against the Golden State Warriors. Next up for the Spurs is... Read More
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Western Conference Finals: Memphis Grizzlies Preview

  The teams that boast supremely talented, cohesive rosters most often decide the outcome of Playoff Basketball in the National Basketball Association. In an ideal setting, injuries, health and luck wouldn’t have any bearing on which teams represent their respective conferences in the NBA Finals. Alas, with the injury and extended absence of an elite Point Guard, Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma... Read More
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