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Wolves rookie LaVine takes home Slam Dunk title

In its glory days, the NBA Slam Dunk contest was won by the likes of Michael Jordan and Dominque Wilkins, superstars who used the platform to make the spotlight cast upon them burn brighter. Since the early 1990s, though, many Slam Dunk competition winners have largely faded into obscurity (see: Cedric Ceballos, Harold Miner and Jeremy Evans). Zach LaVine hoped to use Saturday night...
Via Fox Sports North
February 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Top 5 NBA All-Star greatest performances by Heat players

NBA All-Star Weekend represents an opportunity to celebrate the game of basketball and to let loose and have some fun amid the everyday drama of a lengthy NBA season.  It allows fans to see the league's superstars and rising young talent play free of defensive assignments and uptight head coaches and display all of their talents, even it is for an exhibition game. Fierce competitors...
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February 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Wing Specials: Gerald Green, For A Lack Of A Better Word, Is Good

Slam Dunk Contest winners scare me. There’s pretty much no in between with these dudes. Other than, say, Nate Robinson, they’re either future all-stars or total duds. For every Michael Jordan there’s a Harold Miner. For every Kobe Bryant there’s a Fred Jones. For every Dominque Wilkins, there’s a Brent Barry. And then there’s Gerald Green, who is definitely not an NBA...
Via Razzball Basketball
November 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Heat and Lakers are clearly America’s teams

If you go almost anywhere these days, you are going to find Lakers and Heat fans. The Lakers have long had a national fan base and, by virtue of being the best team, the Heat attract people who enjoy success without the difficulties of trouble — ask yourself if you remember Harold Miner, Heat fans. A new map and study created by The New York Times shows exactly how pervasive Heat...
Via Bloguin Best
May 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Heat and Lakers are clearly America’s teams

If you go almost anywhere these days, you are going to find Lakers and Heat fans. The Lakers have long had a national fan base and, by virtue of being the best team, the Heat attract people who enjoy success without the difficulties of trouble — ask yourself if you remember Harold Miner, Heat fans. A new map and study created by The New York Times shows exactly how pervasive Heat...
Via Crossover Chronicles
May 15, 2014  |  Discuss
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