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The Clippers really don't want to see the Warriors in the playoffs.
It didn't officially hit us that the Lakers have Kobe Bryant.
Everyone knows I have an awkward obsession with Deron Williams' crossover.
Weekend Wonder: Wesley Matthews averaged 23.
Beast of the Night: Andrew Bynum finished with 30 points, 14 rebounds, two assists and three blocks last night.
Beast of the Night: Kevin Durant finished the first half of the season to the tune of 33 points, four rebounds, six assists, three steals, one block and two three-pointers.
Beast of the Night: Kevin Durant was big again Monday night, finishing with 31 points, eight rebounds, four assists, two steals, one block and three three-pointers.
As Kyle Lowry demonstrates, the chase-down block has become one of the most exciting plays in basketball.
Next up for fantasy basketball discussion: the Chicago Bulls.
With the ghost of MJ constantly looming in the Windy City, there are expectations for the Bulls to relive some of that magic in this year's NBA Playoffs.
For anyone that was free to sit in front of the television all day, they were in for a treat.
Remember Jeremy Pargo from Gonzaga? Perhaps you know him better as the brother of former NBA guard Jannero Pargo.
Quick, name the top point guards in the high school class of 2003 playing in the NBA right now.
In a summer where the NBA was turned on its side by the free-agency decisions of LeBron, D-Wade, Chris Bosh, Amar'e and others, the now (reportedly) imminent trade of Carmelo Anthony will change so much more in a League that is hardly recognizable from the one we last saw in June.
While the free-agent pool is dwindling down, there are still many serviceable players available on the market.
Following Day 4 of free agency, this much we do know: Joe Johnson is staying in Atlanta and could now use Chipper Jones' house as a garage if he wanted, Amar'e had a talk with Mike D'Antoni to smooth things over and appears a lock for the Knicks, and LeBron won't make his decision until at least Wednesday.
It was just last April when the Chicago Bulls were pushing the defending champion Celtics to the limit during the first round of the 2009 Playoffs.
Beast of the Night: Carlos Boozer dominated the Bulls last night to the tune of 28 points, 8 rebounds, 5 assists, 1 steal and 3 blocks.