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Style - Kicks and Gear / Apr 16, 2013 / 4:30 pm

The Best Way To Preview The NBA Playoffs: Lyrics From 2 Chainz

2 Chainz

With the playoffs starting this weekend, we look to the only person whose opinion matters about each team’s playoff outlook: 2 Chainz. From the top-seeded Heat to the limping Lakers (sorry, Utah fans), we used the Tity Boi scriptures to find out how all 16 teams will perform this postseason. Read More »

College / Mar 26, 2013 / 2:00 pm

5 Reasons Why Arizona Will Make The Final Four

Solomon Hill

The West Region is the cause for millions of brackets being busted. With No. 1 seed Gonzaga, No. 3 seed New Mexico and No. 4 Kansas State all eliminated, Ohio State is the only team that has held its seeding and reached the Sweet Sixteen. If the referees didn’t blow the block/charge call late against Iowa State, it is likely that Ohio State would be done for the season. Read More »

NBA / Mar 15, 2013 / 1:30 pm

The Memphis Grizzlies: Contender Or Pretender?

Zach Randolph

The NBA is notorious for having a small number of teams with realistic championship expectations. While nearly half of the NFL can claim to be in the running, the NBA normally only has a handful of true contenders. The Heat, Thunder and Spurs have all established themselves as frontrunners to be playing into June, but there is another interesting group below them of teams that have shown the capability of playing with the elite. Read More »

NBA / Mar 13, 2013 / 1:00 pm

The Indiana Pacers: Contender Or Pretender?

Paul George

The NBA is notorious for having a small number of teams with realistic championship expectations. While nearly half of the NFL can claim to be in the running, the NBA normally only has a handful of true contenders. Read More »

NBA / Mar 11, 2013 / 12:00 pm

The Denver Nuggets: Contenders Or Pretenders?

Ty Lawson

The NBA is notorious for having a small number of teams with realistic championship expectations. While nearly half of the NFL can claim to be in the running, the NBA normally only has a handful of true contenders. The Heat, Thunder and Spurs have all established themselves as frontrunners to be playing into June, but there is another interesting group below them of teams that have shown the capability of playing with the elite. Read More »

NBA / Mar 8, 2013 / 1:30 pm

The New York Knicks: Contender Or Pretender?

Carmelo Anthony

The NBA is notorious for having a small number of teams with realistic championship expectations. While nearly half of the NFL can claim to be in the running, the NBA normally only has a handful of true contenders. The Heat, Thunder and Spurs have all established themselves as frontrunners to be playing into June, but there is another interesting group below them of teams that have shown the capability of playing with the elite. Read More »

NBA / Mar 6, 2013 / 11:30 am

The Los Angeles Clippers: Contender Or Pretender?

Blake Griffin & DeAndre Jordan

The NBA is notorious for having a small number of teams with realistic championship expectations. While nearly half of the NFL can claim to be in the running, the NBA normally only has a handful of true contenders. The Heat, Thunder and Spurs have all established themselves as frontrunners to be playing into June, but there is another interesting group below them of teams that have shown the capability of playing with the elite. Read More »

NBA / Feb 25, 2013 / 11:30 am

Chicago’s Derrick Rose Dilemma

Derrick Rose

Twenty-seven years ago the Chicago Bulls faced the same problem they face today: when to bring back a superstar from injury. They took a cautionary route with Michael Jordan‘s foot injury then and are doing the same thing now with Derrick Rose‘s return from a torn ACL [Watch Rose dunk in pregame warmups yesterday]. Jordan returned from his October injury in mid-March and Rose appears to be on pace for a similar return date. Read More »