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The Sleeping Giant In The Western Conference

www.basketballstateofmind.com - The open door. The unwatched throne. The western conference's final spot is wide open. The Oklahoma City Thunder is great, but they're still a very young team, and aren't exactly bulletproof. San Antonio is still built on the same foundation ...

The Adjustment Of Carmelo Anthony

www.basketballstateofmind.com - Did the New York Knicks give up too much? That was the question brought up as the Knicks struggled, while Denver ascended to the second spot of the West. Once the Knicks found the point god (I kid, I kid), ...

Greg Oden’s Next Adventure

www.basketballstateofmind.com - That's what everyone says when discussing Greg Oden, the number one overall pick in the 2007 NBA draft. Coming out of school, many people saw greatness out of him. With a broken hand, Oden still dominated college, and many saw ...


Boogie On DeMarcus Cousins

www.basketballstateofmind.com - It's weird how a simple coaching staff change could make players perk up. After a 2-5 season, the Sacramento Kings had to make a switch, due to a huge fiasco involving the head coach, and the trademark of the team, ...

Indiana & Steve Nash: Match Made In Heaven

www.basketballstateofmind.com - During the off season, the Indiana Pacers we're a chic pick to finish in the top four in the East. With additions like David West, George Hill, and Louis Amundson, the Pacers we're considered one of the teams that could ...

Anderson Verejao: The Best Trade Piece In The League

www.basketballstateofmind.com - Build your list of contenders, and I bet it's only five teams long. Other then Chicago, Oklahoma City, Los Angeles, San Antonio, and Miami, we're looking at a pool full of pretenders, and decent playoff teams. With the March 15th ...


Gerald Wallace & Nic Batum: Who Should Portland Keep?

www.basketballstateofmind.com - Two different players, and only one big pay day in the offseason. The Portland Trail Blazers have some questions to answer in the offseason, and the biggest questions will rely on the small forward position, where Portland will eventually have ...

Building the Western Conference All Star Team

www.basketballstateofmind.com - Yesterday, I talked about the eastern conference all-star team, and how to ideally build it. Today, I turn my attention to the West, where I think there's a whole bunch of confusion and questions. Unlike the eastern conference, the western ...

Building the Perfect Eastern Conference All Star Team

www.basketballstateofmind.com - Last week on Inside the NBA, we we're privileged to see the cast's all star reserves. Once we saw Charles Barkley pick guys like Mo Williams and Al Harrington, Kenny Smith picking Carlos Boozer, and Shaquille O'Neal pick Amar'e Stoudemire, ...

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