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We always thought of him as the gentle giant because at 7-3 he was bigger than just about everyone while also displaying a kindness that can often allude some of the monsters of the NBA's paint.
The NBA is always loaded with incredible talent.
The NBA sees a lot of talent come in and out at a rapid pace.
Injury prone or not, Alex Len can bang with the best of them in college basketball.
YouTube is a glorious, glorious place full of adorable babies, fat people falling and a veritable rabbit's hole of sports clips.
Joling Ferro 25 People Who Thought SOPA Was About Soap [Buzzfeed] Could Rocawear Be On The Verge Of Filing For Bankruptcy.
You know those players who over time fail to live up to their deal and by the end of it â€“ speaking of the last year or two â€“ when their trade value spikes and they're referred to as "So and so's contract.
'Twas the night before the draft and all through the league, not a player was safe, not even Jeff Teague.
On July 8th of last year, LeBron James announced in front of a national audience on ESPN, "I'm taking my talents to South Beach.
We mentioned it in Smack this morning - John Wall and Big Z sort of got into it last night in Washington.
Normally, starting Smack with a Knicks/Nets game must've meant that the rest of the league either had the night off or every other game just sucked.
There was an interesting -- if not all that surprising -- statistic relayed by the Portland announcers during Sunday night's Blazers/Heat game: Dwyane Wade is the NBA's 2nd-leading scorer in fast break points among guards (I'd assume Monta Ellis is first), while LeBron James is No.
The haters are running out of reasons to throw rocks at the Heat.
Last night's Heat/Cavs game exemplifies why I'm obsessed with sports.
LeBron is on the court, the cameras are stuck on his every move, and the boos are loud.
Maybe he killed Pat Riley's fantasy team one year.
With all the buzz surrounding the Celtics victory last night in Miami and highlights of Rajon Rondo's dunk everywhere -- as well as the basketball world just killing Chris Bosh -- we wanted to examine how that play developed last night in the first quarter.
Today we celebrate Veterans Day (or Remembrance Day for my Canadian brothers), a day commemorating those military veterans who fought valiantly for the freedom of our respective nations.