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Why the Eastern Conference is terrible

THIS JUST IN! THE EASTERN CONFERENCE IS INFERIOR TO THE WEST!

Or not.

It’s no secret, the East is way weaker than the West. The East has nine teams with a losing record, while the West only has six. 271 more words

Michael Pearce

Wild Wild West: The Western Conference Keeps Reloading and the east keeps flailing

The west is insane once again, and it keeps getting more insane. The top 6 teams in the west at a little over a quarter mark to the season all have 6 or under losses, comparing that to the East which the 5 seed, Cleveland has a record of 15-10. 364 more words

The Warriors Standing Tall in the Wild Wild West

By Kaleb Page

In today’s NBA it cannot be denied that the Western Conference is the best conference. With teams that are contenders to win not only the West but an NBA title as well. 489 more words

NBA

Rondo 9-1-1

After nearly four seasons of playing meaningless basketball in Beantown Rajon Rondo has finally been rescued from the depths of obscurity also known as the… 353 more words

NBA News

The Western Conference Gets Tougher

Comparing the Western and Eastern Conferences is a joke, because the comparison isn’t even close. However, the Western Conference got a lot tougher today when the Dallas Mavericks acquired Rajon Rondo from the Boston Celtics. 59 more words

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The Boston Market: Rondo headed to Dallas

In the words of rapper/hip hop artist Nelly, “it’s getting hot in here” now that it’s been announced that Boston Celtics PG Rajon Rondo will be traded to the Dallas Mavericks for C Brandan Wright, F Jar Crowder, G Jameer Nelson and a future 1st round pick and 2nd round pick. 537 more words

Oklahoma City Thunder at Sacramento Kings preview (Game 25 of 82)

  • When: Tuesday, 16 December 2014 at 9:30 PM CST
  • Where: Sleep Train Arena, Sacramento, CA

The Oklahoma City Thunder are slowly climbing that playoff ladder. With their win against the Phoenix Suns on Sunday and the Suns’ last second loss to the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday, the Thunder found themselves half a game from the 8th spot, behind the New Orleans Pelicans. 626 more words

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