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Stevie Franchise is having a grand old time.
In the game of basketball there is nothing like witnessing an ankle-breaker.
Not everyone can have the same history as the L.
"Once you gain a nickname in this league, that's the ultimate respect" - Paul Pierce In many cases, what Pierce said was true (see what I did there.
Highly Questionable, the ESPN talk show hosted by Bomani Jones and Dan Le Batard, needs to bring Stephen Jackson on as a permanent host.
Remember when Steve Francis was more than just that guy who took odd pictures with the "bitter beer face" that showed up on Twitter or Instagram every now and then.
For a very long time, the NBA has been about who has the better athletes.
The New York Knicks are one of the biggest brands in the NBA, if not all of professional sports.
We'll call this the list Gary McGhee loves to hate.
Jalen Rose is the last relevant member of the Fab Five, parlaying his NBA career into an ESPN NBA analyst job and Grantland podcaster.
These NBA Finals have twisted the narrative and archetypes we thought we knew going in like a double helix.
Indiana gave the Heat enough chances, missing more freebies than a Ben Wallace practice session, and yet the two best players in the world (supposedly) couldn't finish the job.
The former NBA All-Star known to many as simply Stevie Franchise used to be one of the most entertaining players in professional basketball.
Bump this at your neighborhood barbecue this weekend.
Normally, we'd start a 13-game night off with some recaps, but since the average margin of victory across the NBA last night was like 87 points, it felt good just to look forward to the weekend.
It is pretty rare when an elite superstar, a player at the top of their game, is traded off by a team.
Dwight Howard hears your concerns, especially you Magic fans out there.
Did the Heat lose in the Finals last year because LeBron played like he was scared.
Honestly, there are few things that feel better than dribbling a basketball.