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If Barack Obama Played Ball He’d Play for This NBA Team

It’s no secret that former president Barack Obama has a love for basketball. In fact, it was one of his most beloved past times during his tenure in the White House, and by the looks of clips that were previously posted online, the man has some serious skills! And during a conversation with the San

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Gregg Popovich: “We Live in a Racist Country”

Gregg Popovich, the outspoken coach for the San Antonio Spurs says it’s important for the NBA to promote Black History Month. Popovich spoke to reporters before the Spurs took on the Utah Jazz and was asked about the League promoting black history. “I think it’s pretty obvious the league is made up of a lot of

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Ka-WOW! Spurs’ Kawhi Leonard Puts Himself in the MVP Conversation

Is San Antonio Spurs’ forward Kawhi Leonard the truth? Well, he certainly made a case for it Monday night in the team’s matchup against the Houston Rockets — all at the expense of Rockets’ point guard James Harden, and he did it deep in the clutch. Leonard scored 39 points in the game and hit

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Ouch! Kevin Durant Faces Weeks on Bench After Knee Injury

Just when Golden State Warriors had begun to turn their post-All-Star break attention toward the playoffs, they’ll have to do it without small forward Kevin Durant, who injured a ligament in his left knee in the team’s 112-108 loss to the Washington Wizards on Tuesday. Durant left the game against Washington in the first quarter

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Back on the Court: An NBA 2016-17 Season Forecast

GOLDEN STATE The meetings with Kevin Durant in the Hamptons were over. The pitch was complete. The Warriors’ work was done, and the small forward was feeling good. Durant had been intrigued by the possibilities in Oakland, per the whispers in NBA circles, tantalized by the Warriors’ camaraderie and talent. But before he made the

Spurs shake early deficit to snuff out Heat and win 5th NBA title
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Spurs Win NBA Championship

The San Antonio Spurs defeated the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals.  Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili and Tony Parker, the winningest trio in NBA postseason history, shared hugs. Players wrapped themselves in flags from around world, a reminder that the San Antonio Spurs look far beyond the border to build champions, as confetti fell from

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Spur of the Moment: Is San Antonio’s Legacy Done?

It was right there for the taking. Kawhi Leonard missed a free throw. Manu Ginobili committed a turnover instead of setting up the offense. Gregg Popovich sat Duncan on the bench for a defensive possession allowing Chris Bosh to come up with a big offensive rebound. If any one of those things didn’t happen in

LeBron James named Finals MVP
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Miami Heat Wins, Lebron James Named Finals MVP

After two years of almost constant basketball, Lebron James still found a way to be at his absolute best in Game 7 of the NBA Finals. He scored 37 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and simply controlled everything down the stretch, as the Miami Heat won the title with a 95-88 win over the San Antonio Spurs on Thursday night.

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[SPORTS NOTES] Finals Go to Game 6, Brittney Griner to Model Menswear

Last week, we gave you the scoop on Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson being whisked away to jail for acting childish during his probation hearing. Yesterday, Johnson was released from jail after apologizing for his behavior during court. But not before his close friend and former teammate Terrell Owens visited him. Owens tweeted that Johnson was in good spirits while locked up. I'm

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[SPORTS NOTES] Ochocinco ‘Slapped’ With Jail Time, Ravens Celebrate Super Bowl Victory with POTUS

This week baseball’s relationship with banned substances got even weirder. ESPN reported that soon the MLB may suspend about 20 players for their connection to the drug clinic Biogenesis of America. Apparently, Tony Bosch, the clinic’s founder, cooperated with an investigation conducted by MLB into the players the clinic once served or had relationships with. Biogenesis of

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SPORTS NOTES: Fans Buy RG3Wedding Gifts, Kevin Durant Aids Oklahoma

It's been a long time since the Washington Redskins had a franchise QB and there's no shortage of appreciation for their current one. Robert Griffin III better known as RG3 is getting married this summer and some generous Redskins fans found RG3's wedding registry and bought all the more affordable items on the list. RG3 made

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NBA CONFERENCE FINALS:OKC Comes Back, As the Heat Continue to Sizzle

After dropping the first two games in their Western Conference match-up, the Oklahoma City Thunder responded with a 20-point defeat of the San Antonio Spurs. Game three became a must-win for OKC, which was evident in the play of the youthfully talented franchise. The Thunder struggled with their lineup adjustments versus the methodical Spurs, which

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2012 NBA PLAYOFFS:The Wins, the Losses, the Injuries

By this Saturday, each series in the 2012 NBA Playoffs will have at least completed the pivotal third game of their respective match-up. By the time a series hits its third game, we’re able to separate the contenders from the pretenders. Here are a few things that this year’s playoffs have shown us so far.