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First to Worst, Warriors Dynasty ends

Dynasty’s are not meant to last. The torch always gets passed. The Bulls in the ’90s eventually turned into the Lakers in the early 2000s. The Miami Heat and Lebron James eventually gave way to a dominant Warriors dynasty. However, none of those dynasty’s slid so quickly from the top …

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NBA Rockets into Challenge with China

Violence and chaos has burdened China all summer long. Tear gas and water cannons are being used to combat protestors rallying for more democracy in China. And now, China’s problems have become the NBA’s problems — minus the tear gas and water cannons. Fight for freedom, stand with Hong Kong …

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76ers best Nets to advance to conference semifinals

The Philadelphia 76ers are headed back to the Eastern Conference Semifinals for the second consecutive season. After falling to the Brooklyn Nets in Game 1, the 76ers came back to win four straight in dominant fashion. Tuesday’s 122-100 victory sealed a matchup with the Toronto Raptors in the second round. …

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Eastern Conference Playoff Update

With the conclusion of all game one’s in the first round of the NBA Playoffs, there are a few storylines and updates to look into, especially in the Eastern Conference. Will the Nets continue to make noise? D’Angelo Russell has always referenced ice in his veins, but after a strong …

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