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Replica NBA Jerseys will be Harder to Come By Starting in 2017-18

Replica NBA Jerseys will be Harder to Come By Starting in 2017-18

According to a report from the Wall Street Journal Monday morning, starting with the 2017-18 season the NBA will stop distributing the cheaper replica jerseys to sporting good stores and other retailers. The jerseys will only be made available for purchase on NBA.com or at the online retailers Fanatics, which will manufacture the jerseys. The [...]

January 16, 2017 Ryan Bawek News 0

Klay Thompson Calls Cavaliers Halloween Antics Childish

Klay Thompson Calls Cavaliers Halloween Antics Childish

Remember a few months back when Cleveland Cavaliers threw a big Halloween house party? Remember how multiple players shared pictures on social media and there were more than a few references to the Cavaliers coming back from the dead and a 3-1 deficit to beat the Golden State Warriors to win the 2016 NBA title? [...]

January 13, 2017 Ryan Bawek News 0

Reggie Jackson Treated for Exhaustion Following Game Tuesday Night

Reggie Jackson Treated for Exhaustion Following Game Tuesday Night

Reggie Jackson was not feeling well after the Pistons 100-94 loss to the Kings in Sacramento Tuesday night as the six-year guard was treated for dehydration and exhaustion by team doctors after the game. Jackson played 30 minutes in the game, a few nights after playing 47 minutes in the Pistons instant classic with the [...]

January 11, 2017 Ryan Bawek News 0

Derrick Rose Contemplated “Walking Away” From Basketball During Absence

Derrick Rose Contemplated “Walking Away” From Basketball During Absence

As we all know by now, a bizarre situation has unfolded between Derrick Rose and the New York Knicks the past few days. Rose went off the map after the Knicks Monday morning shoot around and didn’t show up for the Knicks game against the Pelicans that night. He also didn’t return any calls or [...]

January 11, 2017 Ryan Bawek News 0

2017 McDonald’s All American Games Nominations

2017 McDonald’s All American Games Nominations

McDonald’s today announced its list of over 700 high school seniors who have been nominated for the 2017 McDonald’s All American Games, taking place Wednesday, March 29th at Chicago’s United Center. Texas topped the list of states with the most nominated players with 132, followed by California (76), Pennsylvania (32) and Maryland (30). The complete [...]

January 11, 2017 Anou Enright News 0

Rudy Gobert Thinks He is the Best Center in the NBA

Rudy Gobert Thinks He is the Best Center in the NBA

Rudy Gobert has been playing the best all-around basketball of his career the past month or so, averaging 16-13-3 on a ridiculous 81 percent shooting from the field in December. He is currently also number three in the NBA in defensive plus/minus rating behind the Greek Freak and Draymond Green at +4.4. His recent success [...]

December 21, 2016 Ryan Bawek Blogs, News, Ryan Bawek 0

Craig Sager Passes Away at 65

Craig Sager Passes Away at 65

NBA coverage will never be the same. After a long bout with cancer, Craig Sager has passed away at the age of 65. His battle had been well-document, and he courage was admirable. Despite going through treatment, Sager still got up to make it to work. And viewers of his work appreciated that. He redefined [...]

December 16, 2016 Kevin News 0

Pistons to Move to Downtown Detroit Next Season

Pistons to Move to Downtown Detroit Next Season

According to a report from the Associated Press Monday evening, the Detroit Pistons appear to have an agreement to move from the Palace at Auburn Hills to a new arena in downtown Detroit for the 2017-18 season. The Pistons will be joining the Detroit Red Wings in the new Little Caesars Arena, this will be [...]

November 22, 2016 Ryan Bawek Blogs, News, Ryan Bawek 0

NBA to Host First Ever Season Ending Awards Show

NBA to Host First Ever Season Ending Awards Show

The NBA has always been known for being at the forefront of the American professional sports teams when it comes to innovation (social media utilization, All-Star weekend contests, jersey advertising, etc.). They have now done it again by becoming the first professional sports league to unveil their season ending awards show after the NBA Finals [...]

November 2, 2016 Ryan Bawek News 0

Old Dogs Can Learn New Tricks: Dwyane Wade is Shooting Threes

Old Dogs Can Learn New Tricks:  Dwyane Wade is Shooting Threes

Dwyane Wade made his debut playing for his hometown team, making a dream come true Thursday night against the Boston Celtics in the United Center. He proved that he still has something left in the tank as a 34-year-old with quite a few miles on his odometer, leading the Bulls to a 105-99 victory with [...]

October 28, 2016 Ryan Bawek Blogs, News, Ryan Bawek 0