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The Miami Heat defeated the OKC Thunder 100-96 in Game 2 of the NBA Finals in Oklahoma City. The game went down to the last minute in the fourth quarter but the Miami Heat hung on to win the game and tie the series at 1-1. So how were they able to do it?
Published by Faizan Qurashi 64 months ago in Basketball | +1 votes | 0 comments
Everyone loves basketball. I think it is the most popular sport in the United States of America. Love and basketball. Then that means you love the NBA as well. And the NBA Finals. It is coming up as it does every year. And it is special every year because a new world champion will be crowned once again. Real talk. This year is sure to be another good show and action packed series.
Published by Cameron Davis 64 months ago in Basketball | +2 votes | 0 comments
Blake Griffin and Lob City are busy changing the game of basketball and at the same time they are revolutionizing the dunk. Since his rookie year last year Blake Griffin has been on a mission to take the NBA by storm with his talented dunks. With the of Chris addition of Chris Paul this year, The Los Angeles Clippers are changing basketball with their Ally Oops plays, and dunks. Given the nickname "Lob City" before this season started, The Clippers have nonetheless lived up to their expectations...
Published by Cameron Davis 65 months ago in Basketball | +3 votes | 0 comments
In this edition of The NBA- Where Craziness Happens, I would like to give you a glimpse of the life and the antics of the eccentric LA Lakers forward, Metta World Peace, formerly known as Ron Artest. His eccentric behavior and out-of-this-world interview answers are just a few reasons why Metta World Peace is indeed a player to watch.
Published by Jazen Ley 66 months ago in Basketball | +2 votes | 0 comments
The NBA is filled with a diversity of different basketball personalities ranging from the simple laid-back type to the overly-reactive crazy type. Players made a name out of themselves by their crazy basketball performances that seems to transcend from the limits of human capacity to the untapped superhuman potential. However, some became famous not just because of their precise shooting or their rim-rattling slam dunks, but also because of their outlandish behavior that ranges from the tolerabl...
Published by Jazen Ley 66 months ago in Basketball | +2 votes | 1 comments
I think that the point guard in the current NBA and the point guard position in general is frankly overrated. For many different reason, some you that are obvious, others you have to know basketball to know. Most NBA point gaurd's are not consistent, are prone to fatigue and simply cannot do it by themselves. Do not put your trust or build a franchise with a point gaurd.
Published by Cameron Davis 66 months ago in Basketball | +2 votes | 0 comments
An article dedicated to the players of the Dallas Mavericks. The 2011 NBA Champs need to do many things to repeat their title. One of the most important things is to change their attitudes and mindsets. They have the technical abilities to do their jobs well, and to bring another title to Dallas, but only if they really want too.
Published by Flower Boho 66 months ago in Basketball | +3 votes | 3 comments
After losing six straight games, New York Knicks fans were wondering if the team could make the NBA playoffs in 2012. After defeating the division leading Philadelphia 76ers, the Knicks have now won five straight games and are looking like they are a lock for the playoffs. In one week, the Knicks went from a question mark for the playoffs, to a virtual lock.
Published by Joe Dorish 67 months ago in Basketball | +2 votes | 0 comments
In the history of the NCAA Tournament only four #15 seeds had ever defeated #2 seeds in the first round of the tournament. On March 16, 2012, two #15 seeds scored historic upsets over #2 seeds. The Lehigh Mountain Hawks defeated the Duke Blue Devils and the Norfolk State Spartans defeated the Missouri Tigers, both as #15 seeds over #2 seeds. So there are now six #15 seeds that have defeated #2 seeds. These are those six teams.
Published by Joe Dorish 67 months ago in Basketball | +2 votes | 2 comments
Asians are not known to play basketball and in fact, a racial stereotype was even developed through the years that Asians are not athletic enough to play competitive hoops. However, because of the emergence of basketball superstars that hailed from Asia like Yao Ming, Yi Jianlian, and the recent Asian sensation Jeremy Lin, this racial stereotype is now in a gradual change for the better. This article is about how Asians proved that they can really play competitive basketball.
Published by Jazen Ley 67 months ago in Basketball | +0 votes | 1 comments
Nobody ever thought that Jeremy Lin would sweep the whole world in awe of his basketball prowess. Being undrafted in the NBA straight out of college and playing for several different teams in the D-League before becoming the star point guard of the New York Knicks, his rise to stardom can be regarded as a miracle. Without faith in the Almighty and an unrelenting spirit of perseverance, the “Super Lintendo” would not have been able to put the whole world into “Linsanity”.
Published by Jazen Ley 67 months ago in Basketball | +2 votes | 1 comments
The Hoop Shot Fun Sport Basketball Play Set makes for nice basketball practice for kids, and a fun toy for the office or bathroom, or use as a decorative piece at basketball parties.
Published by Inforead 70 months ago in Basketball | +1 votes | 0 comments
Shooting is perhaps the most important skill in basketball. The score in the basketball game is made by shooting the ball in the basket; this requires a lot of practice and concentration.
Published by hunterfact 71 months ago in Basketball | +0 votes | 0 comments
A short list of the benefits of playing basketballÂ…
Published by Guimo Pantuhan 72 months ago in Basketball | +13 votes | 6 comments
This is an informational article on how to jump higher.
Published by Steven Quiring 75 months ago in Basketball | +1 votes | 0 comments
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