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Sixers vs Celtics Conjures Up Memories Of The Boston Strangler


When the Philadelphia 76ers and Boston Celtics face each other in the Eastern Conference semifinals that begin in Boston on Monday night, the legendary franchises will resume the NBA's top rivalry in terms of the number of series' played. 

Dick Enberg, A Broadcasting Legend, Passes Away At 82


Dick Enberg, a 60-year veteran of the broadcasting industry, died Thursday at his home in California, his family announced. He was 82 years old.

Enberg was a native of Michigan whose first job was at a local radio station was as a custodian.

Bernard King’s New Memoir Is An Unforgettable Ride Beyond Basketball


New York Knicks and NBA legend Bernard King was notoriously private during and after his playing days. He rarely spoke to the press, and when he did it was never about anything other than basketball. For people that watched him at his apex in the 1

Celtics, Lakers, Sixers Positioning To Draft Back To The Future


The way that the Celtics, Sixers and Lakers have been moving and shaking while contemplating trades and swapping draft picks, the stage is being set for a return to the 80s when these franchises ruled the NBA landscape and played hot potato with NB

This Day In Sports: Dr. J Dunks His Way To 30,000 Points


On this day in 1987, Dr. J became just the third NBA player to score 30,000 career points.

Now that the novelty of cradle dunks, ferocious baseline jams and angelic, swooping stuff slams has worn off, and NBA fans shift their interests to th

Lonzo Ball’s Dad Is Playing Himself


Lonzo Ball's pops is giving a new meaning to the term crazy and overzealous sports parent. His son hasn't scored an NBA bucket or won a thing in college, and h

The Campus Dribble-Drive: The Year Of The Remarkable Freshman Point Guard


For folks who cover and follow the elite AAU hoops circuit, this 2017 college basketball freshman class has been talked about ever since they arrived in high school. And judging from the results so far, they lived up to every ounce of the hyperbole

The NBA’s Young Foreign Takeover


Back in the day, the future of the NBA could be found on America's inner city playgrounds. As a kid growing up in New York City, I could simply hop on the subway and catch a slew of future college Hall of Famers and impactful pros at various high s

A Letter To Lamar Odom


Dear Lamar,

Just wanted to let you know that, despite those out there who snicker at your frailties and misfortunes, there are many in your corner who want you to thrive in what should be your biggest comeback ever. As you're well aware, we'r

The Weakest Move Ever Is Having A Tantrum About Kevin Durant


Let's cut right to the chase. My grandmother once told me that to judge another man before walking a mile in his shoes is a mistake, and that to continue to do so is the ultimate sign of weakness. 

So excuse me for being somewhat perplex