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By Darrin Williamson On Wednesday, January 28th, 2015

Does Carmelo Anthony really deserve to be a starter in the All-Star game?

  I understand that when people read the headline of this story they’ll call me crazy, and become outraged lunatics. However Carmelo Anthony as great as he is does not deserve to be an all-star starter period. Yes, More...

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By Darrin Williamson On Monday, January 26th, 2015

Sixers: MCW a Problem For Teammates, Finds Way To Trading Block.

Getty Images   Michael-Carter Williams is supposed to be the franchise guard for the Philadelphia Sixers, right? It appears we all have been mistaken in thinking Williams is safe for the foreseeable future. More...

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By Darrin Williamson On Monday, January 26th, 2015

Brooklyn Nets looking to swap Joe Johnson for Stephenson

Maddie Meyer/Getty Images   Brooklyn is looking into trading Joe Johnson and the rest of his colossal contract to Charlotte in what would be a significant deal before the NBA All-Star break. The deal wouldn’t More...

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By Kahlil Thomas On Friday, January 23rd, 2015

Kobe Bryant Needs To Retire For The Sake Of His Legacy And The Lakers

Lenny Ignelzi/Associated Press   Let’s be honest…for most of us in the tri-state area, we are not fond of Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant. While many may respect him, most if not all just do not More...

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By Michael Scheinert On Wednesday, January 21st, 2015
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Taking the “Brook” Out of Brooklyn?

(Getty Images)   The Brooklyn Nets have escalated trade talks that would potentially send C Brook Lopez elsewhere. It was rumored that a deal was in place to send Lopez to the Oklahoma City Thunder, Jeremy More...

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By Medina Parrilla On Friday, January 16th, 2015

Tri-State NBA Teams Continue to Dwindle Fans Hopes of a Post Season Run

Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports   NBA fans who live in the tri-state area that is New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia continue to face disappointment. Playoff dreams dwindle as the New York Knicks, Brooklyn More...

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By Steven Simineri On Friday, January 16th, 2015

Basketball Vagabond Alan Anderson Finds Home In Brooklyn

Jim O’Connor-USA TODAY Sports   A decade ago the North Carolina Tar Heels emerged as the 2005 men’s basketball national champions for a fourth time, defeating a Deron Williams led Illinois squad in the More...

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By Jordan Voron On Tuesday, January 13th, 2015

The Sixers Are Winning Themselves out of a Top Pick, and It’s Perfectly Ok

(AP Photo)   If the Philadelphia 76ers aren’t careful, they just might play themselves out of getting a top pick in the upcoming draft, and fans should be thrilled about it. Philly has won three out of their More...

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By Marcie Perez On Wednesday, January 7th, 2015

Brooklyn Nets Place Brandon Davies on Waivers

Alex Goodlett/Getty Images   If you haven’t heard yet, the Brooklyn Nets have requested waivers for Brandon Davies. Davies originally signed with the Philadelphia 76ers back on October 28, 2013. He played More...

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By Michael Schepp On Wednesday, January 7th, 2015

Reaction From Three-Team Trade Involving New York Knicks

(Via newsday.com)   On Tuesday night rumors started flying all over the internet that the Knicks, Cavs and Thunder were a part of a three team trade that would send Iman Shumpert and JR Smith to the Cavs, Dion More...

By Medina Parrilla On Tuesday, January 6th, 2015

Cavs, Knicks, Thunder 3-Way Deal Involves Major Players

(USATSI) A 3-way deal between the Cleveland Cavaliers, New York Knicks and Oklahoma City Thunder has immediate conference impact. The Cavaliers have traded 6th-man Dion Waiters to the Thunder. Waiters numbers More...

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By Darrin Williamson On Monday, January 5th, 2015

Opinion: Has the NBA gotten soft?

(Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE/Getty Images)   Flagrant fouls are the norm in today’s NBA, as a tolerance for excessive contact has not been taken lightly. Furthermore, can we say that the NBA has appeared a little More...