Tag Archive: NBA Playoffs

Jan 05

NBA teams are having a whole lot of lip sync fun at Mariah Carey’s expense


The infamous diva*stormed off stage in disgust, tweeted, “S*** happens,” and later described the entire experience as mortifying and “a horrible” end to an otherwise “incredible holiday season.” And nobody is having more fun at the five-time Grammy Award-winning artist’s*expense than the NBA. It took less than 24 hours for the Indiana Pacers to launch …

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Apr 10

NBA Playoff Picture: Cleveland can’t clinch, Bulls still alive


With less than a week left in the NBA’s regular season, several games per night make a big difference in the fights for playoff berths and seeding. This post catches you up on everything that matters to these races. GAMES THAT MATTERED A LOT [Follow Dunks Don’t Lie on Tumblr: The best slams from all …

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Aug 27

Heat still open to trading Chris Andersen and Mario Chalme

Blog word.

Going into the 2015-16 NBA season, many expect the Miami Heat to be a very good team. Expectations are so high, that many believe that they are on a collision course with the Cleveland Cavaliers. But that hasn’t stopped team president Pat Riley from trying to make changes to the roster. A few months ago, …

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Aug 11

Member Spotlight — y0ur creepy uncle


Thanks for your time in doing the Spotlight! It was fun getting to know you better. 1. What is your favorite sport, and why? Soccer. It is a strategic game, AND I like being faster than everyone else on the team. http://forums.sportsjabber.net/sjforums/showthread.php?t=158048

May 07

Rumors & Rants: NFL Draft Rumors: Texans, Rams trying to trade down


  The Houston Texans and St. Louis Rams possess the first two picks in the 2014 NFL Draft, and both teams are apparently trying to trade down from those spots. Mike Florio claims the Texans want to move back to a spot where they can still select Buffalo linebacker Khalil Mack, while the Rams would …

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Mar 26

The Sports Bank.net: Eight ways the NBA can duplicate the excitement of March Madness


March madness has been my favorite time of year for…well a very long time. This year however I’m finding out a lot of other people feel the exact same way. Or at least they’re expressing it more in social media. I’m hearing a lot more “March madness is the best days of the sports calendar,” …

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Mar 03

The 10-man rotation, starring a talkative Phil Jackson


A look around the league and the web that covers it. It’s also important to note that the rotation order and starting nods aren’t always listed in order of importance. That’s for you, dear reader, to figure out. C: USA Today. Sam Amick sits down for bagels with a shufflin’ Phil Jackson, who goes into …

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Feb 05

Joe Namath spent $3,000 on his coyote coat, PETA calls coat an embarrassment


Joe Namath got the Super Bowl off to a rousing start by walking out to midfield for the coin toss wearing a coyote fur coat. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Namath Googled “New York furs” and found Marc Kaufman whose shop he visited on the Wednesday before the Super Bowl. Kaufman says Namath tried on …

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Jan 02

LewPBlog:A&M’s Mike Evans makes it three early WR NFL leaps today


Unfortunately for three different FBS programs, the wide receiver position has hit the early-entry trifecta Thursday. This afternoon, Oregon State’s Brandin Cooks and Penn State’s Allen Robinson were joined by Texas A&M’s Mike Evans as receivers leaving eligibility on the table and diving headfirst into the 2014 NFL draft pool. *The official word from A&M …

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Nov 19

The Sports Bank.net: 2014 NBA Mock Draft-First Round (11/20/13)


The*2014 NBA Draft*class is shaping up to be way more loaded than the 2013 group. *Be prepared for ongoing discussion all season long as to who will be the first overall pick with Andrew Wiggins from Kansas, Kentucky’s Julius Randle, and Duke’s Jabari Parker all possibilities. Here is The Sports Bank’s*2014 NBA Mock Draft*where team …

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