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What is the problem with Dwight Howard? Atlanta Hawks Blog NBA Opinion 

What is the problem with Dwight Howard?

NBA players are real people; they won’t always agree with each other or like each other and this has been a common feature throughout Dwight Howard’s career. Having once been an undoubted superstar in Orlando, leading the Magic to the NBA Finals, Dwight has since played for the Lakers, Rockets and now the Hawks. Sadly, his star has never shone... INSIDE THE POST
Durant injury could define how the West falls Blog Golden State Warriors Los Angeles Clippers Memphis Grizzlies Oklahoma City Thunder San Antonio Spurs Utah Jazz 

Durant injury could define how the West falls

When Kevin Durant returned home to the city and franchise he snubbed this summer, the Washington Wizards, it was an eagerly anticipated matchup with many expecting Durant to put on a show, especially after the recent comments he made during the buildup regarding the pressures of playing at home. And much to our disappointment, Durant left the game early in the first... INSIDE THE POST
Breaking down the DeMarcus Cousins trade, with hindsight Blog Free Agency New Orleans Pelicans Sacramento Kings Trades 

Breaking down the DeMarcus Cousins trade, with hindsight

Well, it’s official: DeMarcus Cousins is a Pelican. As is the custom at this time of year, Adrian Wojnarowski (or “Woj” as he’s more commonly known) of The Vertical, broke the news via Twitter, before providing a more detailed breakdown via Yahoo Sports, stating: “New Orleans will send guard Buddy Hield, 2017 first- and second-round picks, and guards Tyreke Evans... INSIDE THE POST
The Weekly Charge: 12/02 Blog 

The Weekly Charge: 12/02

We have many thought out, well-articulated and in-depth pieces on this blog; this is not one of them. Welcome to the weekly update of the wacky, weird and wonderful world of the NBA, specifically seen through the eyes of a good lookin’ fella from Britain. Expect random news and multiple pop culture references amongst the dunks and Manu Ginobili highlights,... INSIDE THE POST
Can anyone beat the Golden State Warriors or Cleveland Cavaliers? Blog NBA 

Can anyone beat the Golden State Warriors or Cleveland Cavaliers?

It is the dream, the goal and the obsession of 30 teams, of hundreds of players and thousands, if not millions of children. Winning an NBA Championship is the ultimate goal of anything and everything basketball and the NBA Finals are the absolute pinnacle. Last year, we witnessed magic as the Cleveland Cavaliers overturned at 3-1 deficit to defeat the... INSIDE THE POST
The Weekly Charge: 03/02 Blog 

The Weekly Charge: 03/02

We have many thought out, well-articulated and in-depth pieces on this blog; this is not one of them. Welcome to the weekly update of the wacky, weird and wonderful world of the NBA, specifically seen through the eyes of a good lookin’ fella from Britain. Expect random news and multiple pop culture references amongst the dunks and Manu Ginobili highlights,... INSIDE THE POST
You Can’t Win On Your Own: Thunder at Cavaliers Preview Blog 

You Can’t Win On Your Own: Thunder at Cavaliers Preview

During his first stint in Cleveland LeBron learned that you can’t win in the NBA on your own. Kobe never really embraced that lesson; Jordan grudgingly accepted it. Carmelo doesn’t even acknowledge it. This season, Russell Westbrook is learning it the hard way. Tonight’s game at the Q is coming at a opportune time for the Thunder however. The Cavs... INSIDE THE POST
How can the Portland Trail Blazers improve? Blog NBA Portland Trail Blazers 

How can the Portland Trail Blazers improve?

The Portland Trail Blazers are currently in a scrappy fight for the eighth seed in the Western Conference but, after last season, it is fair to say that they must have hoped for better. The franchise has one of the best offensive backcourts in the NBA and they were active in the summer, acquiring free agents Evan Turner and Festus... INSIDE THE POST