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Spur Of The Moment: San Antonio Reloads Again

Posted: 26th June 2010 by Quentin Haynes in NBA
Once again, the smart teams win and the dumb teams lose in the 2010 NBA Draft. Teams like Los Angeles, Oklahoma City and Portland did well while teams like New York, Minnesota, and Golden State continue to dazzle us with bad picks. One team who won this years' draft? San Antonio. The Spurs didn't move up or down; they stayed and waited. The Spurs grabbed two possible role players in James Anderson ...

Top Five Things New York Must Do To Sign LeBron James

Posted: 19th June 2010 by Quentin Haynes in NBA
Of all the teams in the LBJ race, NY is the team with the biggest holes. Here are the five things NY must do to add LeBron James to the roster.Begin Slideshow

Thunder Booming: The Perfect OKC Draft

Posted: 12th June 2010 by Quentin Haynes in NBA
The Oklahoma City Thunder went from the third overall pick to the playoffs and a tip in away from going to game seven with the Western Conference Champions. The Thunder have now three top 33 draft picks and could make damage with this draft. For one, this draft is loaded. There are probably 45 first round talents in this draft. If you don't know, there's only 30 picks. The biggest issue with the ...

Orlando Magic: What Could Have Been?

Posted: 9th May 2010 by Quentin Haynes in NBA
Hindsight is 20/20. NBA fans will always look at the greatest what ifs in history. "What if Len Bias never died?" "What if Tim Duncan went to Orlando?" "What if Portland took Durant over Oden?" Well, I have another one. This one isin't as bad as the three I mentioned. The Orlando Magic are currently looking to sweep the Atlanta Hawks and move on to their second consecutive Eastern Conference Finals. With players ...
As of right now, LeBron James is applying to change his jersey number from 23 to six. This means LeBron will most likely remain in Cleveland for the 2010-2011 season. Whoa, calm down NY fans, there are things we can do to prepare for the worst. Right now, were actually in a good spot. With almost all our players free agents next season, we can create a team. Let's assume were ...