The NBA’s 30 best go-to players (#5: Tim Duncan)

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Who do you want your offense to run through with everything on the line.


San Antonio Spurs ’09-10 NBA season preview

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Last year we debuted the "Highs and Lows" system -- previewing the NBA season by predicting the respective ceiling and basement for each team.

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NBA Playoffs S#!T List: Bottom 10

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After ranking the top 30 players of the first round, who brought up the rear as the biggest flops of the postseason so far.


Ray Allen gets his swag back; TP eats Dallas’ swag for lunch

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Facing a must-win Game 2 on their home court, the Celtics were clicking for the most part.

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Playoffs? Are you kidding me?

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In those two long, slow days between the end of the regular season and the start of the NBA playoffs -- as well as the actual off-days during the playoffs -- there's really nothing left to do but get injured or let some "bulletin-board material" slip out of your mouth.


Finally, it’s playoff time

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Last night you saw reasons A-thru-Z why -- even with Manu Ginobili out of the picture -- nobody wants to draw the Spurs early in the playoffs: Tim Duncan.


Don’t count the Spurs out yet

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Auto-robotic response upon hearing the news Manu Ginobili is out for the rest of the season: "The Spurs are done, they're toast, peace out, etc.


The Bobcats can’t shoot

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Watching the Bobcats snatch defeat from the jaws of victory last night, I figured out their biggest problem, the reason why -- even if they beat the odds and sneak into the playoffs this year -- they're not really ready yet.

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NBA Hit List Power Ranking, 3.13

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Our weekly NBA power ranking, from first to worst.


A Paul Pierce vs. Vince Carter Shootout

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It's nice when the Celtics' stars can be humble, but really, forget all that "Rajon Rondo is the most important player on the team" stuff: Boston only goes as far as Paul Pierce takes them. Last night in Jersey—where a crowd heavy with NYC transplants was booing Stephon Marbury whenever he got the ball—Pierce engaged in a circa-2002 shootout with Vince Carter, which ended with The Truth eviscerating the Nets in crunch time.

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