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Your Weekend In Tweets: 4/29/2013


Russell Westbrook became the latest star player added to the "out for the season" list. That injury has made the Western Conference a wide open race. Spurs were dominant against a defeated Lakers team, a team that was so defeated its st

Taj Gibson Bangs On Kris Humphries


Despite not scoring a field goal for the final 5:46, the Chicago Bulls held off the Brooklyn Nets, 79-76. Like game two, Chicago took control in the third quarter

President Obama Leaks His Own Plan To Keep Sasha And Malia From Getting Tatted...


Recently, I chilled out and happened to catch The Cosby Show's pilot episode. As someone who came up in the '90s, the only opportunities I've had to watch the Cosby Show were reruns. I had never seen the pilot before, but more importa

The New XBox Is Set To Debut Next Month


There was a time when video game consoles were coming out every other Christmas. However, over the last few years, the flood of video game systems into the market slowed to a trickle. According to the

NBA Execs Have Lost Their Ways When It Comes To Coaching Hires


Apparently, we have reached the bottom when it comes to the NBA’s hiring practices for coaches.

Sorry, but Mike Brown doesn’t deserve another opportunity to coach again in Cleveland. Granted, in the past, many coaches (a grea

These Pacers Are Catching Paul George Two Years Too Early


Paul George is a beast. Next year, he’ll probably be one of the 15 best players in the NBA. He deserved every bit of the Most Improved Player award. It was an indication that voters took a more nuanced approached to their picks – sele

Brook Lopez Tried To Give Brooklyn a 2-0 Series Lead But Joe Johnson And...


Remember when Deron Williams reentered the discussion of "best PG in the NBA" (well, second-best, anyway)? During game one of the series, D-Will did his thing, scoring 22 points on 9-15

The NBA’s Millennial Generation Takeover Is Official


The marquee play of the NBA’s playoff-opening Saturday was when 37-year-old Andre Miller had young buck Draymond Green out at the top of the key on an island with the game’s closing seconds ticking down and the score tied at 95. Green

Heat/Bucks Game One Player of the Game (Not Named LeBron): Ray Allen Has A...


James Harden isn't the only All-Star scorer facing the franchise that drafted them in the first round. It may seem like a lifetime ago, but Ray Allen began his career as a Milwaukee Buck alongside Glen Robinson. That was so long ago, Robinson

Rewind: Miami Cruised To A 110-87 Victory Despite Brandon Jennings’ Best Effort


The Miami Heat came out on fire, quickly scoring the first six points and almost sending viewers to dinner early despite Brandon Jennings' prediction that the Bucks would win in six games. It didn't start out well for Jennings, but he and