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NBA Playoffs 2012: Meet Andre Iguodala, A Superstar

NBA Playoffs 2012: Meet Andre Iguodala, A Superstar

May 11, 2012 – Dan Favale Andre Iguodala is an All-Star, though he’s hardly looked at as one. And it’s time that changed. In career-defining fashion, Iguodala propelled the Philadelphia 76ers to victory over the Chicago Bulls Thursday night. It was a win that clinched the series for the Sixers, sending them into the second [...]

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Charlotte Bobcats: Patrick Ewing and the Job He Shouldn’t Take

Charlotte Bobcats: Patrick Ewing and the Job He Shouldn’t Take

May 10, 2012 – Dan Favale Patrick Ewing has waited for this. After years of getting passed over for head coaching jobs, he’s officially a viable candidate for one. unfortunately for him, it’s for the Bobcats. [...]

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Orlando Magic: The Danger of Choosing Dwight Howard Over Stan Van Gundy

Orlando Magic: The Danger of Choosing Dwight Howard Over Stan Van Gundy

May 9, 2012 – Dan Favale Reality is setting in for the Orlando Magic, and it’s not pretty. Now that Orlando’s postseason is officially over, the Dwight Howard saga that dominated headlines for much of the season is poised to rear its ugly head once again, this time, potentially destroying the entire organization. [...]

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Dallas Mavericks: Dirk Nowitzki’s Title Window May Have Closed

Dallas Mavericks: Dirk Nowitzki’s Title Window May Have Closed

May 8, 2012 – Dan Favale The Dallas Mavericks were eliminated from the NBA playoffs Saturday night, an exit that not only ends their attempt to defend last year’s title, but ends their championship hopes for the foreseeable future. Dirk Nowitzki is a stallion, but he can hardly carry the Mavericks to a championship on [...]

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NY Knicks: History Was Made to Be Broken, But Not Against Heat

NY Knicks: History Was Made to Be Broken, But Not Against Heat

May 7, 2012 – Dan Favale Confetti rained down Madison Square Garden Sunday. The Knicks had defeated the Heat, not to win the series, but to end the NBA’s longest playoff drought and force a Game 5 in Miami. Optimism at its best ladies and gentleman. [...]

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NBA Playoffs 2012: The Unreal Reality of Facing the Miami Heat

NBA Playoffs 2012: The Unreal Reality of Facing the Miami Heat

May 3, 2012 – Dan Favale When playing the Miami Heat, it’s better to be lucky, than good. The Heat enter tonight’s game having won their first two playoff games of the year by a combined 43 points, seemingly portraying a formidable opponent like the New York Knicks, as a mere stepping stone to a [...]

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NBA Playoffs 2012: Can the Sixers Take Down the Bulls?

NBA Playoffs 2012: Can the Sixers Take Down the Bulls?

May 2, 2012 – Dan Favale Derrick Rose or no Derrick Rose, the Philadelphia 76ers were supposedly no match for the Chicago Bulls. And then Game 2 happened. The Bulls, in their first playoff game without the reigning MVP, were handed a 109-92 beat down on their home court. And now, all of a sudden, [...]

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New York Knicks: Amare Punches a Fire Extinguisher, Gets Stitches

New York Knicks: Amare Punches a Fire Extinguisher, Gets Stitches

May 1, 2012 – Dan Favale The New York Knicks second straight loss to the Miami Heat wasn’t pretty. Just ask Amar’e Stoudemire. After the Knicks lost consecutive games for the first time under Mike Woodson, Stoudemire took out his aggression on the casing of a fire extinguisher at American Airlines Arena. From Ian Begley [...]

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Boston Celtics: Rajon Rondo and the Importance of Playing it Cool

Boston Celtics: Rajon Rondo and the Importance of Playing it Cool

April 30, 2012 – Dan Favale Rajon Rondo was ejected late in Game 1 of the Boston Celtics’ first-round series against the Atlanta Hawks Sunday night, and a crippling suspension could follow. [...]

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Los Angeles Clippers: Blake Griffin and Condoning Overrated

Los Angeles Clippers: Blake Griffin and Condoning Overrated

April 20, 2012 – Dan Favale Hard fouls are hazard of playoff-caliber basketball. That’s what LeBron James eluded to after Russell Westbrook hammered him two weeks ago. After Robin Lopez’s Flagrant 2 on Blake Griffin Thursday night, though, it’s clear [...]

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