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The MVP Barometer: Cloudy Waters

Growing up in North Carolina, murky water was essentially the only kind of natural water that I knew. Whether I was ankle deep in a creek or a river, treading water in a lake, or even off the coast of my home state looking at the Atlantic Ocean, it was hard to see what was below, ahead, or around you; the sediment, natural detritus, sand dunes, and whatever else all dispersed throughout the body of water making it impossible to decipher your surroundings. 1,018 more words

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The Best Rookie Nobody Is Talking About

By: Sean Mason

As NBA fans, we have been treated with tremendous play out of the rookies this season. One rookie that is often left out of the conversation as having the best season is Orlando Magic point guard Elfrid Payton. 128 more words

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Brad Stevens For Coach Of The Year?

By: Sean Mason

With last nights win against the Philadelphia 76ers, the Boston Celtics are tied for the seventh seed in the Eastern Conference. The number one reason for this is their head coach Brad Stevens. 217 more words

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The Gym Rat Podcast - Episode 35 (March 8th, 2015)

This week, Jay and Luke give you their take on NFL free agency, discuss the return of Tim Tebow, give you their picks for the NBA awards and present the top 5 athlete cameos in a movie. 7 more words

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The MVP Barometer: Shuffling Under The Top

It’s only been two weeks since our last look at the MVP race, but that doesn’t mean there hasn’t been time for change. Players have been getting healthier, players have been getting to the levels that we expect them to be at, and some players have been playing absolutely out of their skulls. 1,508 more words

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The Three Most Valuable Rookies This Season

By: Sean Mason

  1. Andrew Wiggins- Minnesota Timberwolves- 2014 1st Overall Pick

2014 Stats- 15.9 PPG, 4.3 RPG, 1.9 APG, 1.1 SPG, 44 FG%, 35 3PFG%, 73 FT%, 13.4 PER… 385 more words

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Russell Westbrook's Historical Month

By: Sean Mason

Russell Westbrook was the NBA’s best player during the month of February. He averaged 31.2 points, 10.3 assists, and 9.1 rebounds per game for the month. 233 more words

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