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Oden has good workouts for teams

Ever since his final game in 2009 all we’ve heard is that Greg Oden is making a comeback. That’s normally followed up by a report that Oden has more knee problems and won’t be returning. Well we’ve been hearing it again this summer but this time it looks like the comeback might actually happen. Oden worked out for multiple More...

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By Paul Raymond On Tuesday, July 9th, 2013
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Ellis decision coming soon

Looks like the Monta Ellis sweepstakes is finally coming to an end. Reports say that the guard should be choosing his next team within the next 36-48 hours. The teams still in the running though vary on which More...

By Paul Raymond On Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013
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NBA fines players for alumni game

We’ve all complained before about the NCAA and their ridiculous rules surrounding their student-athletes. After reading about the fines the NBA laid out today, I think the NCAA learned their ways from one More...

By Paul Raymond On Tuesday, June 18th, 2013
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Ellis has plenty of options

Yesterday we found out that Milwaukee Bucks guard Monta Ellis plans on opting out of his current contract. This could wind up a great financial move for Ellis as Chris Broussard of ESPN.com reports that a number More...

By Paul Raymond On Friday, February 24th, 2012
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Rubio between the legs to Blake

Ricky Rubio went to the playground during tonight’s NBA Rising Stars game. Rubio took down a long rebound and started to take the ball up court. As he was doing so DeMarcus Cousins got in his way so he dribbled More...

By Paul Raymond On Monday, November 28th, 2011
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Dalembert Likes Miami

With the NBA lockout close to ending its time for the NBA rumors to begin. I expect it to be a lot like when the NFL lockout ended, signings and trades will happen at a pace never seen before. Some players like More...

By Paul Raymond On Monday, November 22nd, 2010
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Cousins Powers Up

It’s always great to watch big men in the NBA go for the power dunk, especially when everyone just gets out of the way and that was the case yesterday. During the Sacramento Kings and New Orleans Hornets More...

By Paul Raymond On Tuesday, January 19th, 2010
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The Daily Dunk 1/19/10

Martin Luther King Day is always a busy day in the NBA, games all day and night with some of the best in action. What made it even more special was we found out who this years Slam Dunk participants would be and More...

By Paul Raymond On Sunday, January 17th, 2010
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The Daily Dunk 1/17/10

Here we go, a weekend edition of the Daily Dunk. Looking over highlight it looks like it was a fairly slow night highlight wise but some of the NBA’s big names went on a roll last night, meaning I was able More...

By Paul Raymond On Wednesday, December 16th, 2009
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The Daily Dunk

I love basketball but it’s so hard to watch an NBA game. Seriously, it’s pretty painful. The games are so slow and there isn’t much excitement anymore. Most people say just watch the last More...


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