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Why Sacramento, Why?

The Sacramento Kings have been one of the most disappointing teams in recent memory. For those who are not aware, the Kings haven’t made the playoffs since the 2005-2006 season. You thought a 10-year postseason drought was bad, the Kings haven’t won a playoff series since 03-04 season. However, the …

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Stars shine bright in the big easy

Heading into the 2017 NBA All-Star Game, much excitement and anticipation surrounded the event. Fans were in need of a spectacular show following a lackluster Saturday night – and the stars delivered. Both teams combined for a record-breaking 374 points as the West defeated the East 192-182. Anthony Davis Playing on …

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The NBA Goes to New Orleans for the All-Star Weekend

The best of the NBA is back to New Orleans for the All-Star Weekend for the second time in four seasons. All-Star Game tip-off will be Sunday, at 8 p.m. Eastern Time. Eastern Conference: Starters: Kyrie Irving, DeMar DeRozan, LeBron James, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Jimmy Butler. Reserves: Isaiah Thomas, John Wall, Carmelo Anthony (in replacement …

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Magic Fall To Spurs

The Orlando Magic fell to 21-37 for the season after losing to the San Antonio Spurs, 107-79. Meanwhile, the Spurs are heading into the All-Star break with a victory and an NBA second best, 43-13 record. This loss becomes the fifth in the Magic’s last six games now. The Spurs …

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No Love In Cleveland

The Cleveland Cavaliers cannot catch a break recently as the injury bug has bitten the defending champs hard. Following their 125-109 win over the Denver Nuggets Sunday, Kevin Love complained of soreness, which resulted in an immediate MRI. The results detected a “loose body” in his left knee. Love then …

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How Does the Serge Ibaka Trade Shake Things Up In the NBA Eastern Conference?

Within one day, the dynamics of the Eastern Conference in the NBA might have shifted. First, the Cleveland Cavaliers – heavy favorites to win and make it out of the Eastern Conference playoffs en route to LeBron James’ seventh straight NBA finals appearance – are now facing problematic injuries. Already without guards J.R. Smith and …

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Warriors down Thunder in Durant’s return to OKC

Saturday night marked one the most anticipated returns in the history of the NBA. After eight seasons with the franchise, Warriors forward Kevin Durant returned to Oklahoma City to face his former team. Fans greeted him with a serenade of boos and wore special shirts just for the occasion. Warriors …

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