The 5 Worst Ring Chasing Veterans In NBA History

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Some veteran players get angsty towards the end of their careers for the one thing that's eluded them since they came into the league: a championship ring.

#Chris Paul

How To Be A Superfan In The Southwest Division


The 2012-13 NBA regular season is right around the corner.


Don Nelson Talks About Fight With Chris Webber; Golden State Has The Next Reggie Miller


Chris Webber will forever be known as the best underwhelming NBA player ever.


9.21 The Cooler

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The Most Pause Worthy Moments From The Ray-J & Fabolous Beef [The Urban Daily] Peta To Launch A Pron Site [NBC Washington] Kevin Willis Debuts Fashion Line At New York Fashion Week [Basketball Jones] Venerable Label Becomes Hip-Hop Leader [Variety] Lex Luger & SouthSide [...].


The Thunder Prove There’s No Breakup; The Nuggets Are Losing All of Their Players

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Every time someone comes forward to attempt to break a story about the breakup of the Thunder, we get hit with a spinning forehand right back at our faces.


Duke vs. Michigan State: The All-Time Alumni Showdown

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If Kemba Walker hadn't decided to turn into Tiny Archibald in Maui, tonight's Duke vs.


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.


The Most Blatant NBA Ring-Chasers of All-Time

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What happens to former stars once they pass their prime.

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Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf still getting buckets at age 41

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Kevin Willis is the oldest man to play in more than one NBA game during a season; he was 44 when he made five appearances with the Mavericks at the tail end of the 2007 campaign.


Hawks/Heat goes back to the ’90s; Hornets go home nice and quiet

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Heat/Hawks had all the physicality and ill will of a 1990s playoff series -- for a minute there we thought Mookie Blaylock and Kevin Willis had checked in unnoticed -- but at the same time, it had refs and rules from the 21st century, and Principal Stern was sitting courtside as a constant reminder to everyone not to get too wild.

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