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You'll want to see the best NBA crossovers from last season

The NBA is getting ready for this season with some flashback moments from the last one and this time it features some killer crossovers. Deron Williams, Kemba Walker, Kyle Lowry, John Wall, Kyrie Irving, and many more get their time to shine in this one and they make some people look absolutely silly. 10 more words


Hornets' coach says rookie Frank Kaminsky needs to add strength

In the college game, guys can get away with bulk instead of strength, and just being smart and a little quick can get a guy space. 254 more words


Hornets coach Steve Clifford plans to play Jeremy Lin and Kemba Walker together

Going into the season, the Hornets will be quite different from the disappointing group they put out last year. There are seven new players on the roster, including some key rotation players, and it’s going to be a lot of trial-and-error to see which ones play well together and which ones don’t. 316 more words

Golden State Warriors

Relive the best blocks from the NBA last season

Some people get tired of rejection, but it’s always fun to watch it happen to other people. Fortunately for us, it’s a regular event in the NBA and these guys are some of the best at it. 28 more words


Friday night video fun: Best blocks of 2014-15 season

It’s Friday night, you can either go to a bar and watch guys get rejected by the cute redhead and her friends, or you can just watch the best rejections of the last NBA season right here. 37 more words

Los Angeles Clippers

Jeremy Lamb might be the Hornets' saving grace

It’s been a little over 4 years since we saw Jeremy Lamb and Kemba Walker tearing up the competition together in college for the Huskies. It was Walker’s junior year and Lamb’s freshman year when they won the National Championship. 366 more words


Can Kemba Walker become an elite point guard?

The point guard position in the NBA is full with extremely talented floor generals and scorers. The top 10 list for point guards is very deep. 485 more words