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He still has it: Hornets’ Chris Paul schools Lakers in upset win

www.sportsblognetwork.net - Chris Paul had Pau Gasol on roller skates and Derek Fisher in wet cement. The New Orleans Hornets point guard, who has lost a step following knee surgery last year, dominated this duo and the rest of the Los Angeles ...

Getting medieval on the Pacers

www.sportsblognetwork.net - My favorite moment of Saturday’s Game 1 victory over the Indiana Pacers wasn’t Rose’s block-spin-layup sequence in the 1st quarter, or his game-tying layup-FT-layup sequence in the 4th quarter, or Noah’s consecutive blocks on Josh McRoberts in the game’s final ...

Phoenix Suns Season Awards

www.sunszoo.com - With the playoffs now underway, it is now time to take a look at the Suns season. Despite the disappointment of not making the playoffs for the second time in three seasons, Phoenix still had many bright spots and some ...


Clean Up the NBA – Starting with the Boston Celtics

thexlog.com - When did crafty cheating become a skill? When exactly did we start praising teams and players for finding clever ways to break the rules? I don’t know about you, but it’s not what sports are or should be about. Yet, ...

Why is Kevin Durant being ignored in the MVP discussion?

www.fanattic.net - Kevin Durant is the Oklahoma City Thunder. Ask an average fan to name a player on Oklahoma City’s young franchise, and the rising star will be mentioned first, likely without exception. No other player in the league elicits such a close comparison ...

Doc Rivers show why he’s the best coach in the NBA

www.stateoftheceltics.com - There's a reason why Ray Allen, Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Danny Ainge blew up Doc Rivers's cell phone in the weeks following the Celtics' loss to the Lakers in the NBA Finals. There's a reason why Allen and ...


Day 2 Recap–Chris Paul is perfect

blitzswish.blogspot.com - I thought it had a chance to be one of the best NBA playoffs ever—it’s definitely living up to, and exceeding expectations. The average margin of victory of all game ones was 6.1; not even I expected that. New Orleans ...

Ray Allen wins Game 1 for the Celtics; Jermaine O’Neal comes up huge

www.stateoftheceltics.com - Bad offense, bad defense, controversial calls, a hot superstar, unsung players stepping up and a game-winning shot in the final seconds. And it was only the first game of the playoffs. I'm not sure how much more of this I ...

Kidd unexpectedly delivers for Mavs as Blazers fall in Game 1

www.sportsblognetwork.net - Jason Kidd didn’t do much offensively in the regular season for the Dallas Mavericks, but the 38-year-old point guard proved the playoffs are a whole new ballgame. He hit six three-pointers on his way to a season-high 24 points in ...

With Wallace, Blazers built to get past Mavericks in playoffs’ first round

www.sportsblognetwork.net - Portland was a good team before making the February trade for small forward Gerald Wallace. They would have been a tough team to beat come playoff time with Dante Cunningham instead. But Crash transformed the Blazers from a potential threat ...

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