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The Pacers Allowed An Easy Dunk Because Lance Stephenson Was Celebrating Blocking Dwight Howard

Lance Stephenson is a really unique basketball player, if only because his high points involve him doing something absolutely spectacular and his low points are quite funny. 215 more words


Lance Stephenson was too busy celebrating a block to defend a wide open dunk

If you had to sum up Lance Stephenson’s NBA career up with one play, it would be this one from Tuesday night’s Pacers-Hornets game.

Lance splats Dwight Howard, celebrates, forgets play isnt done yet, wide open dunk for Hornets.

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Game #43 Preview | Charlotte Hornets

Tip-Off: 4 PM CT

Location: Spectrum Center (Charlotte, NC)

Television: FSOK

Radio: WWLS 98.1FM OKC The Sports Animal

Twitter: Follow @TheThunderGuys for live-tweets during the game… 609 more words

Kentucky Wildcats in the NBA 01/02/2018

It’s always a good thing to keep up with our former Kentucky basketball players and I’ve decided to try and do a daily stats sheet on every NBA Cat that’s currently in the NBA. 164 more words


Wow, Hornets...Just Wow

You know, my mom always said that if you didn’t have anything nice to say about something, to not say anything at all.  Well, considering that at the beginning of the season, I fully believed that this Hornets team was one of the top 4 teams in the East, I never thought I would have to practice any sort of silence.  1,101 more words


Russell Westbrook Made Michael Kidd-Gilchrist Look Silly By Dunking On His Head

The 2017-2018 season has been something of a struggle for Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder. Just months after winning his first NBA MVP award by averaging a triple-double and setting the league record for triple-doubles in a season, Westbrook’s issues with efficiency have been magnified through one-third of the season. 205 more words


There's one good reason why Malik Monk isn't beating Michael Jordan 1-on-1

Charlotte Hornets rookie Malik Monk oozes talent. He’s also oozing serious overconfidence with this claim (via the Charlotte Observer):

Monk showed his cocky side Saturday, repeating that he’d beat Hornets owner Michael Jordan in a game of one-on-one.

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