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We Reminisce: On This Day In 2007, The Celtics Traded For Kevin Garnett

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Seven years ago today, the Minnesota Timberwolves agreed to trade Kevin Garnett to the Boston Celtics.

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We Reminisce: T.J. Ford With 10 Assists In 13 Minutes During Croatian Debut

Perhaps you forget the lightening bolt known as T.J. Ford who won the Naismith Player of Year award at Texas and played 10 seasons in the NBA before a surgically repaired spine left him teetering on the brink of paralysis every time he suited up; he was forced to retire in 2012 due to the nature of his neck injury.

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We Reminisce: The Lakers Acquire Kobe Bryant For Vlade Divac

18 years ago, at the 1996 NBA Draft in East Rutherford, New Jersey, the Charlotte Hornets held the 13th pick in the draft.

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We Reminisce: Orlando Takes Shaq First Overall At ’92 Draft

22 years ago today, the NBA Draft was held in Portland, Oregon.

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Tony Gwynn Passes Away At 54; We Remember His Basketball Career

Former San Diego Padres star and Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn passed away today at the age of 54 after battling cancer for the past several years.

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We Reminisce: LeBron James Loses To Mavs In 2011 Finals

It's been exactly three years since LeBron James last walked off a basketball court having lost a playoff series.

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We Reminisce: Tony Parker’s Ridiculous Shot In Game 1 Of The 2013 Finals

Tony Parker (Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports) After almost a week of no playoff basketball, the Finals finally start tonight.

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We Reminisce: Michael Jordan’s Iconic NBA Finals Mid-Air Hand-Switch

We don't know why, but for some reason fans — usually of the millennial generation — have sometimes lambasted this move without realizing how it fits into the mythology surrounding His Airness, Michael Jordan.

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We Reminisce: Shaq And Kobe Lead Controversial Game 7 Comeback Against Blazers

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All anyone remembers now is how dominant Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe Bryant were together on the Lakers, and how it all ended prematurely despite the duo winning three championships together.

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We Reminisce: The Hornets Return, And We Remember Bobby Phills

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The Charlotte Bobcats are no more, so you can finally put those Primoz Brezec jerseys away for good.

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We Reminisce: LeBron James & Paul Pierce’s Game 7 Duel

It seems like a good time to look back on May 18, 2008, the day the Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics faced off in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals.

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We Reminisce: 8-Seed Knicks Upset Heat In First Round

The 1998-99 New York Knicks entered the postseason with little to no expectations.

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We Reminisce: Allen Iverson Accepts MVP Award, Drops 52 Points On The Raptors

Thirteen years ago today, the Philadelphia 76ers and Toronto Raptors faced off in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals.

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We Reminisce: The Forgotten 1994 NBA Draft

With the incoming 2014 NBA Draft class grabbing headlines at both the professional and collegiate level throughout the season, fans of rebuilding NBA franchises will be tuning into the NCAA tournament to see a group of players with the potential to alter the next era of the basketball landscape.

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We Reminisce: The First Tweets Of 25 NBA Stars

Twitter has turned into the ESPN of the social media world, especially for our favorite hoopers.

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We Reminisce: Kemba Walker’s 2011 NCAA Tournament Run

I was watching Connecticut play Memphis last Thursday night on ESPN in the American Athletic Conference Quarterfinals and I heard one of the announcers say there is not one individual in UConn's history whose team leaned on him more during a season than current senior guard Shabazz Napier.

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Dime Q&A: Lamar Butler Reminisces On George Mason’s Final Four Run

Back in 2006, George Mason basketball had perhaps one of the greatest runs in the NCAA Tournament.

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Debunking Myths: The 1980s NBA Vs. The Modern Game, Vol. 1

The passing of time and subsequent dulling of our memories always makes the past look grander than it actually was.


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