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More Snow, Please It's such a fun year in the Asso- ciation, people. LeBron James and Kevin Durant have both taken their games up another notch, which seemed more or less impossible last year; it's not too much of a stretch to say that they might be authoring the two best individual seasons in league history right now. The Knicks, of all teams, turned into a sharing and caring team of canny veterans, rather than a poison pit of isolation and Carmelo v. Amare snarling. The Clips became the runaway best team in Los Angeles, while the Lakers lost their Rent A Star gamble in a huge way and became the most shadenfraudey train wreck ever. Golden State got off to their best start in decades, rewarding their great home crowd and providing all kinds of late-night entertainment. Sure, there's been some bummer moments (Funny Head Bynum's season of whiff, Dallas being the poor man's Lakers, Brandon Roy's sad final days), but all in all, it's been pretty great, and w...
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