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A New Pro League Will Be Launching Soon

Do you love the sport of basketball in general, yet hate the ongoing 82-game (not including playoffs and preseason) grind that is the NBA? Are you one of those disgruntled fans who’ve contributed to the rumblings over recent years that you only watch the NBA after the All-Star break and into the Playoffs? 350 more words


The NBA Champions League Will Be Extremely Entertaining

Many of us have old time players that we either miss watching or were too young to see in the NBA. Kids today will never know how good Tracy McGrady was, or Rasheed Wallace, and so many others. 429 more words


The (Un)Clutch Gene: Demystifying Modern Clutchness By the Numbers

By Griffin Connolly | On Twitter: @griffinconnolly | Email: gconnolly44@gmail.com

In this piece, I attempt to strip away the cloak of mystique shrouding the facts of true clutch play in the NBA. 3,771 more words

Happy 31st, Brandon Roy; your fans miss you

The Washington Husky who received multiple All-American awards in ’06, turns 31 today (July 23) He average 14.1 PPG in his college years with Washington; 20.2 PPG in his last year. 336 more words


Throwback Thursday: Payton and Roy

VIDEO: Hall of Fame — Gary Payton

Welcome to Throwback Thursday here on the All Ball Blog and NBA TV. Each week, we’ll delve into the NBA’s photo archives to uncover great images from way back when and, starting this summer, NBA TV will join in on the fun, airing the best games from the careers of our topic player(s) for that week. 385 more words

Throwback Thursday

Top 5 All-Time Favorite Shooting Guards

I finally put together my last installment of my personal ‘Top 5 All-Time Favorites’ series, wrapping up with the shooting guard position. Below are my favorites. 1,535 more words

Boston Celtics

R.I.P. City - The Dynasty That Never Was

Before signing a four-year, $80 million contract with the San Antonio Spurs, all-star big man LaMarcus Aldridge was the last man standing from the trio that was supposed to bring the Portland Trail Blazers back to glory. 1,440 more words