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2010 NBA Draft: The 10 Most Underrated Prospects

Posted: 13th June 2010 by Pace Miller in NBA
The 2010 NBA Draft is known to most as the John Wall Sweepstakes, with a couple of solid starters and possible All-Stars in guys such as Evan Turner, Derrick Favors, Wesley Johnson and DeMarcus Cousins. But are there any other prospects flying under the radar that could be an NBA superstar some day? Let's take a look at the 10 most underrated prospects in the upcoming draft.Begin Slideshow
The NBA Playoffs are supposed to be where legacies are created and legends are made. But conversely, a bad playoff performance can also hurt a player's career, especially one looking for a max contract next season. So who has been performing poorly in this year's Playoffs? Let's take a look at a the worst offenders thus far.Begin Slideshow

2010 NBA Playoffs: A Complete Orlando vs. Charlotte Breakdown

Posted: 18th April 2010 by Pace Miller in NBA
The NBA Playoffs are here! The second seeded Orlando Magic (59-23) are looking to defend their Eastern Conference Championship title from last season, while the seventh seeded Charlotte Bobcats (44-38) are appearing in their first ever playoffs in franchise history. Will the Magic prevail as most experts are predicting, or will the Bobcats shock the world by continuing to defy all expectations? Let's break the series down! Begin ...

NBA Draft: The Lottery Picks’ Best-Case Scenarios

Posted: 14th April 2010 by Pace Miller in NBA
With the NBA regular season coming to a close, the teams that aren't heading to the playoffs are looking forward to the NBA draft lottery. Let's take a closer look at the top lottery prospects for the upcoming draft and assess what each player brings, where they should go, and they will likely end up.Begin Slideshow

The Top 10 Best NBA Fights and Scuffles of the Last Two Seasons

Posted: 8th April 2010 by Pace Miller in NBA
The NBA hasn't been the same since the infamous brawl between the Indiana Pacer and the Detroit Pistons that spilled into the stands. These days, breathing on another player may constitute a flagrant foul. Nevertheless, every now and then, players can't help themselves; there have been a handful of terrific fights and scuffles in the league over the last couple of seasons. Let's count down the top ...

Indiana Pacers: When Winning Becomes a Bad Thing

Posted: 1st April 2010 by Pace Miller in NBA
The Indiana Pacers are winning themselves out of ping pong balls. Just a few short weeks ago, the Pacers were finally giving their fans something to get excited about when they dropped to as low as fourth last in the NBA.  With the season already in tatters and making the playoffs a virtual impossibility, this had fans dreaming of the likes of John Wall (11.9 percent chance) and Evan Turner (12.6 percent), ...

2010 NBA Mock Draft: Final Four Edition

Posted: 31st March 2010 by Pace Miller in NBA
To celebrate the arrival of the 2010 NCAA Final Four, I have compiled a list of the potential draft picks for the entire first round of the next NBA draft (based on current standings). With many unexpected upsets and the teams of top prospects bowing out early, will there be a reshuffle in the order? Will teams pick the best available player or according to need? ...

Reggie Miller and the NBA’s 10 Most Clutch Performers Ever

Posted: 15th March 2010 by Pace Miller in NBA
Mention the name Reggie Miller and the first images that comes to mind are his legendary playoff performances against the New York Knicks. Over 18 seasons with the Indiana Pacers, Miller epitomized the word "clutch" with his deadly shooting when the game was on the line. With the release of the new ESPN documentary, "Reggie Miller vs The New York Knicks," it's time to take a look at the NBA's ...
Russell Westbrook is one of the NBA's hottest rising stars playing for the up-and-coming Oklahoma City Thunder. This season, the high flying Westbrook is averaging 16.6 points, 5.1 rebounds and 7.9 assists per game as the perfect complement to superstar Kevin Durant. Here are 10 things you need to know about this exciting future All-Star! Begin Slideshow
With the 2010 NBA Playoffs just around the corner, it's time to start fantasizing about the mouth-watering possibilities that await us. We know the networks are already looking forward to the Kobe-Lebron / Lakers-Cavs match-up that was derailed by Dwight Howard and the Orlando Magic last year, but let's not get ahead of ourselves just yet. With the gap between the top and bottom seeds smaller than ever, the first round offers ...