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Video: Chris Paul Kills Cleveland With A Unique Version Of The Shammgod Move


We spent most of the second half last night just waiting for Chris Paul to step it up and take over.


Daily Fantasy Basketball Diagnosis: 4.19


Beast of the Night: James Harden ruined the Suns last night, dropping a line of 40 points, seven rebounds, three assists, four steals and five treys.

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Why Dan Hurley Is The Next Rising College Basketball Coach


When I talked with Dan Hurley last December, it was a week after his Wagner team had knocked off Pitt on the road, the Seahawks first win over a ranked team since 1978.


Players Don’t Want The Owners’ Offer; North Carolina Dominates Michigan State

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So after months and months of rambling back and forth, he reported she reported, and the owners and players doing a fair amount of snipping back and forth, it looks like we will have some type of resolution within the next four or five days.


The Definitive “Lockout League” Mixtape

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While exhibition games are cool, there's nothing quite like basketball in league form.


NBA Fantasy Team Analysis: The Cleveland Cavaliers

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The Cleveland Cavaliers won just 19 games last season, good for second worst in the NBA.


Foul Play In Pitt-Butler Game; 8 Players Go Off For 30-Plus

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For anyone that was free to sit in front of the television all day, they were in for a treat.

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7 Waiver Wire Adds For The 2010-11 Fantasy Basketball Playoffs

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With fantasy basketball playoffs in full swing, deals are a bit difficult to pull off - which is a bummer for fantasy owners who are trying to compete for a championship with a less-than-ideal roster.

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Louisville is running toward a Big East crown led by Peyton Siva

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To say the Big East is pretty tough is like saying Wiz Khalifa smokes a little weed sometimes.


Cleveland Cavaliers 2010-11 NBA Season Preview

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As the NBA regular season approaches, we preview the upcoming campaign with the "Highs and Lows" system -- predicting the respective ceiling and basement for each team.


Who will be The Next Big Baby?

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If Ray Allen and Rajon Rondo got the gold and silver medals from last night's Celtics win, Big Baby Davis deserves the bronze.


Suns put Spurs on the ropes

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From the moment Game 1 was in the books until the last 3-4 minutes of the fourth quarter of Game 2, it was shaping up to be one of those games the Spurs always win when they're in danger of a deficit.


Celtics burn Miami without KG; Kobe and Durant shoot it out

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Any speculation about how Boston would cope without Kevin Garnett in Game Two was silenced around the time they slapped a 21-0 run on Miami in the second quarter.


Matty D’s Top 25 College Basketball Preview (25-21)

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That's right, the start of the college hoops season is just one week away and you know what that means: it's time to unleash the mother effing fury! For the past seven months, I've been bottling up a vicious mixture of excitement and rage, just waiting for the moment to release my emotions onto the rest of the world.

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Louisville will win it all

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Conference tournaments haven't yet wrapped up, and the NCAA Tournament Selection Show is still hours away, but I don't have to wait for the seeding: Louisville is my pick to win the 2009 national championship. When it comes to the World Series, the Super Bowl, and the Big Dance in recent years, parity across the board has created a climate where it's not so much who has the most talent, but who gets hot at the right time and who can channel that "We (Heart) Haters" motivation effectively.

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