The 15 Most Lopsided Trades In NBA History

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The trade deadline truly brings out the worst in desperate franchises looking to make a hasty deal.

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Arizona’s High-Flying Nick Johnson Is Ready To Do Big Things This Year


Arizona's Nick Johnson is blessed with great athletic genes, and while his father was a fantastic athlete and his uncle a famous NBA player, Johnson is staking his own claim to fame with the Wildcats.

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The NBA’s 30 Best Second-Round Draft Picks Ever

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Being a second-round pick in the NBA comes with no cheering, not much love, and no glory.


The Top 25 Buzzer-Beaters & Game-Winners In NBA Playoff History

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This year's NBA Playoffs haven't gotten off to a very exciting start.

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Bidding Basketball: How To Get Ready For The Possible Return Of The NBA To Seattle


Last week, the basketball world was abuzz with news that the owners of the Sacramento Kings were in the process of finalizing the sale of the franchise to a Seattle-based ownership group.

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The Great Point Guard Debate: The Best Of The Rest

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Over the past few weeks eight point guards took center stage to determine the best. The arguments were presented and I made my feelings known, but left you enough neutral data to formulate yours as well.


We Reminisce: Hakeem Olajuwon’s Lost Finals

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An essential element in the cult of Michael Jordan is the fact that the man never lost an NBA Finals.


Is Chauncey Billups going to the Hall of Fame?

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During one of the many Carmelo Anthony conversations-slash-arguments waged in the Dime office lately, one subject was how the Denver Nuggets would proceed should they lose 'Melo in a (talent-wise) predictably lopsided trade.


The G.O.A.T. graces Day 2 of the World Basketball Festival

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Perhaps you've heard about this thing we've got going on called the World Basketball Festival.

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Magic: I wouldn’t have teamed up with Jordan and Bird

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After Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley weighed in with their thoughts on Miami's "Super-Friends" collaboration, now Magic Johnson is having his say: "We didn't think about (superstars teaming up) 'cause that's not what we were about," Magic told reporters during a visit to New York.


Who is the NBA’s best role player of all-time?

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While I missed the majority of Lakers/Celtics Game 6 for my cousin's high school graduation, everyone I know who watched the game had to come up with something to talk about during L.


The NBA’s All-Los Angeles Team

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My New York people will hate me for this, but you can make a solid argument that Los Angeles is really the Mecca of basketball.


Basketball Hall of Fame needs one more tweak

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Although Jeff Van Gundy can be the most entertaining and humorous national-network NBA announcer working right now, too often he drifts into territory where it's like watching a game with a hyperactive 9-year-old: "Why.

Rick Robey

Hall of Fame honor long overdue for Dennis Johnson

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From 1976 to 1990, Dennis Johnson didn't just play in the NBA.


Revenge of the Sith: Duke wins another National Championship

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Under the list of ingredients that have become standard in the NCAA championship recipe -- defense, momentum, chip on the shoulder, good coaching, depth, etc.


Karl Malone & Scottie Pippen Headline Hall of Fame Class; Chris Mullin Snubbed Again

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With the NCAA Championship game tonight, and no NBA games on the schedule, the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame decided to announce today the eight individuals and two teams who have been named to the Enshrinement Class of 2010.


What makes an NBA Draft bust?

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As not to break my own "It's just summer league" adage, I won't get too excited about the fact that Roy Hibbert and Tyler Hansbrough are rampaging through Orlando right now for my Pacers like Robert Parish and Kevin McHale in '86 (with A.

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NBA Fantasy Finals: 1996 Bulls vs. 1986 Celtics

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To clarify: Our NBA Fantasy Finals have nothing to do with the stat-driven "fantasy basketball" you play online.

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