BEST AND MOST DOMINANT BASKETBALL PLAYER(S) IN 1950’S

Bob Pettit

If you ask a lot of people who he or she thinks is the greatest basketball player of all time, I bet most people would say Michael Jordan. Some might say Wilt Chamberlain. Some might say Magic Johnson. Unique skill-sets are what set players apart from one another. LeBron James was supposed to the “next” MJ coming out of high school.

But we soon found out that his skill-set resembled Magic Johnson’s more than MJ’s. I would say that Kobe Bryant will be the closest thing to Jordan that we will ever see in the NBA.

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LeBron James closes the deal for Team USA

LeBron James

LeBron James has had a great four months. How many players have done what James has the chance to do before? Let’s recap what James has accomplished in the last four months: NBA MVPNBA Finals MVP and NBA Champion. He also put Team USA in prime position to win the Gold Medal in the 2012 Summer Olympics. 

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Bulls vs. Pacers: Game 3 Preview is as obvious as it should be

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When the ping-pong balls came up all things Chicago Bulls on that fateful night in 2008, the next month was filled with pundits prognosticating on the proper thing to do.

When John Paxson made his decision, many lauded the choice.

We knew Derrick Rose was going to be good. We knew he would be a solid addition to a team looking for an identity. However, no one can claim that he or she saw this coming. No one.

By Brian McCabe

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Celtics Legend Bill Russell Awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom (Video)

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UCLA and Boston Celtics legend Bill Russell, one of the greatest NBA players of all time and the first African-American to coach a professional sports team was awarded the Medal of Freedom by President Barack Obama.

Here’s a video with MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell about the ceremony

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