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The Hoop Doctors

Dan Favale

Is it Time for Heat to Exercise Caution With Dwyane Wade?

Is it Time for Heat to Exercise Caution With Dwyane Wade?

September 5, 2012 – Dan Favale There’s an elephant in the Miami Heat’s locker room in the form of Dwyane Wade’s knee. Few people would care to admit it, but Miami’s wunderkind is getting older. Wade is on the wrong side of 30, with anything but a clear bill of health to back his name. [...]

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Why Dwight Howard Was Never Really a Flight Risk for Lakers

Why Dwight Howard Was Never Really a Flight Risk for Lakers

September 4, 2012 – Dan Favale Dwight Howard was never going to leave the Los Angeles Lakers, especially after what happened in Orlando. [...]

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Are Brooklyn Nets Better Off Avoiding Andray Blatche?

Are Brooklyn Nets Better Off Avoiding Andray Blatche?

September 4, 2012 – Dan Favale Andray Blatche, the tumultuous power forward who was amnestied by the Washington Wizards earlier this summer, is still in need of a home. Give Blatche’s size and past stat lines, the big man has drawn surprisingly little to no interest. At the same time, his penchant for underachieving, poor [...]

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Is Kemba Walker Ready to Lead the Bobcats?

Is Kemba Walker Ready to Lead the Bobcats?

August 31, 2012 – Dan Favale Someone, somewhere has to be able to make sense of the Charlotte Bobcats. But is that someone Kemba Walker? The Bobcats are a team without an obvious leader, without someone to boost their morale, keep their heads in check and ensure everyone is doing their jobs. Case and point: [...]

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Why It’s Time to Let the Dwight Howard Orlando Magic Saga Go

Why It’s Time to Let the Dwight Howard Orlando Magic Saga Go

August 30, 2012 – Dan Favale Dwight Howard strung us along for 18 grueling months, I get it. But it’s time to let it go. As much as hoops-heads and basketball pundits alike resent Howard’s actions—or rather inaction—the stage is set for this drama to die. We just have to let it. And we’re not, [...]

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Why the Los Angeles Clippers Need More from Blake Griffin

Why the Los Angeles Clippers Need More from Blake Griffin

August 29, 2012 – Dan Favale There’s plenty of deficiencies separating the Los Angeles Clippers from legitimate title contention, and one of them is Blake Griffin. Though the young forward is a high-flying juggernaut, he can be underwhelming in many other facets of the game; perpetual dunking will only carry you, and your team, so [...]

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Why Miami Heat Would Be Wise to Make Push for Chris Andersen

Why Miami Heat Would Be Wise to Make Push for Chris Andersen

August 28, 2012 – Dan Favale The NBA offseason has begun to wind down, but that doesn’t mean it’s time for the Miami to stop making moves. [...]

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Dirk Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks Unavoidable Dilemma

Dirk Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks Unavoidable Dilemma

August 27, 2012 – Dan Favale We knew it was coming. It was inevitable, after all. But that doesn’t make the ramifications of Dirk Nowitzki’s latest sentiments any easier for the Dallas Mavericks. [...]

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Will the Sacramento Kings Ever Get It Right?

Will the Sacramento Kings Ever Get It Right?

August 24, 2012 – Dan Favale The Sacramento Kings are a mess. No seriously, they are. Sacramento’s infamous owners—the Maloof brothers—have once again dragged what’s left of the organization’s good name through mud, with the latest rumblings as to their potential relocation. The place that’s drawing the most buzz? Virginia Beach. Again I’m serious, or [...]

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Chauncey Billups and Clippers Are No Match for Lakers

Chauncey Billups and Clippers Are No Match for Lakers

August 23, 2012 – Dan Favale No NBA player should ever concede to the fact that another team is better than theirs, and that’s why Chauncey Billups’ confidence in the Los Angeles Clippers is no surprise. But it is incorrect. Billups was pretty candid about his feelings toward the Lakers, according to Vince Ellis of [...]

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