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BIG 3: Ice Cube's event shows basketball side, as well as a cultural spectacle

On a beautiful Sunday afternoon in the heart of summer, the Chicago Cubs played host to the rival St. Louis Cardinals at Wrigley. It was the first week of baseball since the All-Star break, and Chicago’s North Side team was finally starting to click as defending World Series champs. 800 more words

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Clyde Drexler Believes Houston Would've Beat The 1995 Bulls 'Like They Stole Something'


In May, TNT’s Kenny Smith said that the 1994 Houston Rockets would have beaten a Michael Jordan-led Chicago Bulls in the NBA Finals even if Michael Jordan hadn’t retired. 267 more words

Sports

LEBRON DOESN'T REMIND ME OF ANY ONE PLAYER, HE REMINDS ME OF SIX

Trying to compare LeBron James to another player I’ve seen is impossible. There has never been anyone quite like him in pro basketball. He’s so unique it took these six great players to explain how I see him. 526 more words

NBA

Good news for Miami Heat: Some great players were drafted 14th

No matter how many times you avoided walking under a ladder, picked a four leaf clover, rubbed a rabbit’s foot or just crossed your fingers it did not work. 478 more words

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Good news for Miami Heat: Some great players were drafted 14th

No matter how many times you avoided walking under a ladder, picked a four leaf clover, rubbed a rabbit’s foot or just crossed your fingers it did not work. 478 more words

Miami Heat

Imaging the 1980s Houston Rockets Superteam

When the topic of the greatest “What If” dynasties in sports comes up, the one franchise that intrigues me the most is the mid-1980s Houston Rockets. 1,982 more words

NBA

I Watched a Blazers/Warriors Game From 1991

On March 19, 1991, Lech Walesa became the first Polish President to visit the United States. What a time to be alive. Also on that day, the Portland Trail Blazers visited their division rivals, the Golden State Warriors. 1,604 more words

NBA