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Five Takeaways from the 2019 NBA Rookie Photo Shoot

The gym at Farleigh Dickenson University was fantastic. This was another first-class event put on by the NBA and Panini. There were so many more rooms that I’m not sure I saw them all but I will report on what I saw. The most guarded room had a track camera

Gritty the Globetrotter becomes a reality in newest trick shot video

The world’s most talked about mascot, Gritty, made his Harlem Globetrotters debut in a trick shot video released minutes ago.  The Philadelphia Flyers mascot joined Globetrotters stars Hoops Green, Zeus McClurkin, and Philly native Speedy Artis around the Wells Fargo Center for a series of tricks.  It culminates with Zeus

Tommie Weatherspoon Has Raised Some Talented Sons

Tommie Weatherspoon has three sons all playing basketball. Two of them Nick and Quinndary play for Mississippi State. The third, Brandon, is a high school senior, and he plays as well for Canton, Mississippi. Clarence Weatherspoon, former 76ers star, is a coach for Southern Miss, no relation. Both of Tommie's sons

2018’s Best & Worst Cities for Basketball Fans – WalletHub Study

With the NBA Finals kicking off on May 31 and the league allowing teams to sell ad space on uniforms as of 2017, estimated to generate $100 million to $150 million in yearly revenue, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2018’s Best & Worst Cities for Basketball Fans.To

The Nets Should Send Whitehead to the D-League

Isaiah Whitehead made his first career NBA start last night for the Nets. It had nothing to do with how he played. He started only because Jeremy Lin and Greivis Vasquez were out with injuries. Not surprisingly, Whitehead was terrible in making the most of his first start. He finished the

The Nets Are Moving In The Right Direction

There was no blather from the Nets about being a championship team. There was no nonsensical talk about the Nets taking over New York. The Nets ended the practice of trashing the Knicks. That’s what four disappointing years can do to this Brooklyn franchise. That’s what harsh reality does to the

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