Women ABA opens ownership opportunity

Women ABA (American Basketball Association) which is the sister league of the American Basketball Association (ABA). Currently, have ownership opportunity open until April 30. 2018 The Women American Basketball Association is entering their second season and currently have over a dozen teams spread throughout the United States of America. With prime markets like Connecticut, Michigan, Texas,

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Nets coach and gm

Nets needs to dump these clowns

The Brooklyn Nets are currently tied with the Atlanta Hawks. For the worst record in the Eastern Conference. They are 2- 15 in their last 17 games and haven’t won 2 straight since January 21. The Brooklyn Nets are easily heading for the worst record in the NBA for the second straight season. With that

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Lebron James

Lebron James passes Rod Strickland in assists

Lebron James has passed former NBA player Rod Strickland for the 11th place on the all-time assists list.  Rod Strickland was drafted by the New York Knicks in 1988. He went on to play for the Spurs, Trailblazers, Wizards, Heat, Timberwolves, Magic, Raptors, and Rockets.  Strickland retired in 2005 with 7, 987 assists under his

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NBA All-star Weekend, finally here

NBA All-star Weekend has officially begun. The weekend begins with the NBA Celebrity Game and the Rising Stars game. The Rising Stars Game showcases the promising, young talent of the NBA.The game features potential future All-Star who is in the first or second year of their career. In fact, Team World player Joel Emiid was

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Lebron James

Can Cavaliers keep Lebron in Cleveland?

The Cleveland Cavaliers has been experiencing an up and down season (so far). However, It’s still likely that Lebron James will remain in Cleveland. Even though Mainstream media has him moving on to the Lakers, Rockets or Golden State Warriors.  Here are my top reasons why James should remain a Cavalier. 1. Cleveland offers a direct

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NBA Trade deadline biggest surprise

The NBA trade deadline came and went. Every year, trade rumors circulate throughout the league. As fans, we sometimes anticipate blockbuster trades. But, those trades rarely happen. Today was no exception. However, there were numerous of trades. The Cleveland Cavaliers were active in today’s deadline. The Cavs traded six players in three deals. They started

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Former Clippers player Blake Griffin

Clippers dump Blake on Pistons

The Los Angles Clippers have agreed to trade five-time NBA All-Star Blake Griffin to the Detroit Pistons. In exchange for Avery Bradley. Tobias Harris. Boban Marjanovich, a 2018 first round pick and 2019 second round pick.  The Clippers will also ship Brice Johnson and Willie Reed to Detroit. Taking a quick glance at the trade, It clearly

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Steve Nash

Steve Nash finally gets an NBA ring

“Steve Nash” former NBA player and future Hall  Of  Fame player. Finally got his NBA ring. However, the ring was given to him because  Nash served as a consultant for the Golden State Warriors. After playing 18 seasons in the NBA and winning the NBA MVP honors twice (2005-2006). Nash admitted that winning a ring

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