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East vs. West Weeks 12 & 13: Atlanta and the East hold their own

After a two-week hiatus, Chicken Noodle Hoop is back with an East vs. West roundup. Since Week 11, 42 non-conference games went down and the East held their own by going 20-22, including 67-78 over the last six weeks. 520 more words


2-4 Tuesday: Kobe vs. Antawn

December 12, 2000

One of the great duels in recent memory that no one talks about. Kobe Bryant vs. Antawn Jamison. Both of these young stars would match each other literally basket for basket to the tune of… 119 more words


In Retrospect: The Love Trade

We’ve reached the midway point of the NBA season and here are the most noticeable things to take away:

1. The Atlanta Hawks are the best team in basketball… 336 more words

Miami Heat

A New and Improved DC in Sacramento

By Nik Valdiserri

An All-Star? Not quite. Most improved? Possibly.

Now half way through his 6th season, former UCLA stud, Darren Collison seems to finally have found a home. 1,161 more words


Ladies and Gentlemen...the Next Big Thing

The Calgary Flames currently hold down the last wild card spot in the WC.

Sports Club Stats has the Flames with a 72.2% chance of making the playoffs and that seems about right but that isn’t the real story. 284 more words

Harrison Barnes Likely To Be Traded By Deadline

It’s no secret: the Golden State Warriors (35-6) are one of the best teams in the NBA right now. They lead the West, and have a 5 ½ game lead over the Memphis Grizzlies, who are the second seed in the West. 228 more words


Kobe Bryant - Season Over?

The Los Angeles Lakers are expecting the worse news as they found out Kobe Bryant has torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder. Bryant met with team doctors in Los Angeles on Friday, where they found the significant tear. 544 more words