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This piece first appeared on the Foot Locker Unlocked Blog Without a doubt, Blake Griffin had a great rookie season last year averaging 22.
Whether it's in a desperate come-from-behind win or a devastating blowout loss, Tebow-mania has officially swept over the nation.
If you've been watching NBA TV at all this summer â€“ and I'm sure you have if you're like me â€“ you must've noticed how often they play Game 3 from the 1994 first round series between Phoenix and Golden State.
This all started a week ago when I stumbled on an old article about Rajon Rondo's freakish rebounding numbers.
The 1990s were highlighted by some of the best center play we have ever seen.
Keeping up with the Joneses is a phrase that took on a life of its own, and when you look at it through NBA-colored glasses, you can see why: it's a pretty popular last name.
The best arguments are the ones you can't prove.
It was 2003 and I was 14 years old spending a weekend at my grandma's place.
Something 1990s this way comes.
Earlier this spring, I caught up with former NBA All-Star Alonzo Mourning.
How quickly we forget.
For his first and only Dime cover story in Dime #38 (December 2007/January 2008), we wanted to get Shaquille O'Neal's take on his legacy, the new crop of NBA big men waiting in the wings and some of the most pressing issues facing the League, and basketball in general, at the time.
Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin was officially named the NBA Rookie of the Year Wednesday afternoon in Playa Vista, Calif.
While everyone was busy talking about Kemba Walker and the resurgence of New York City basketball this year, Hofstra senior Charles Jenkins was doing work under the radar.
I promise I'm not being a hater.
When was the last time the NBA's regular season MVP didn't make the All-Star Game that same year.