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Dallas Mavericks in search of new identity

The Mavericks franchise has been through constant change since winning the NBA Championship in 2011.  To demonstrate, they opted to let go of Tyson Chandler, who was a crucial defensive piece, just after he helped them win the title.   492 more words

Top 5 NBA Players With The Weirdest Tattoos

If the eyes are the windows to the soul, tattoos are the windows to the heart, intellect and mental-health condition.

The National Basketball Association has produced and nurtured some of the most tatted-out human canvases on earth. 380 more words


Did Roy Williams Help DeShawn Stevenson Improve His SAT Score by 700 Points in 2000?

There have been at least a dozen terrific reads this week on Jerry Tarkianian, the legendary college basketball coach who recently passed away at the age of 84. 486 more words


LeBron's Return to Cleveland 10/30/14

As of 2014, LeBron James is the best basketball player of all time. He’s probably never going to be as good as he was 2 or 3 years ago, but even LeBron at 90% of his former self is better than anyone else – including Michael Jordan. 926 more words


Pacers Seeking Breakthrough, Heat Aim To Improve

MIAMI (AP) — In the 2011 NBA Finals, LeBron James spent too much time for his liking talking about his purported rivalry with an easily excitable guard named Stevenson. 789 more words


Throwback Thursday: Who needs basketball IQ, anyway?

The fact that this is the first search result for “Ricky Davis” on YouTube should never change. 77 more words


The NBA Coaching Carousel

NBA coaches can have enormously positive impacts on their teams – see Popovich, Gregg – or can destroy an otherwise-successful group of players. Here at In Modern Times, we hypothesize that a coach’s effect is mostly muted, and basketball insiders ascribe too much of a team’s success or failure to a coach. 2,323 more words