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10 NBA Legends with the Best Farewell Games

It’s the swan song…

The last hurrah…

It’s the fitting end of what is to be a landmark career.

Some players go all out in their last game. 1,790 more words


Ice Cube & DJ Khaled Just Achieved New Dreams, Here’s How They Did It! #BigTimeUniversity

#BigTimeUniversity – “Small Talk, Street Dreams, Next Level”

This production of “Wise-up Weekly” Blogcast by Douette ‘Doc’ Cunningham is a presentation in “social media entertainment from the groove-track of life!” 718 more words


The Monolith, Reconsidered

The popular perception of Antonio Salieri, if the stage and film versions of Amadeus are to be believed, is that he was the unforgiving rival of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the man who championed the Austrian composer publicly while attempting to derail his career privately, like… 1,067 more words


Sage Steele Voted for MVP - NBA Awards and the Media

As a last hurrah before the assuredly frantic Summer 2017 free agency begins, the NBA held its first ever awards show on Monday, June 26, 2017. 548 more words


Review of the MVP Race

By: Zach Flener

Last night, at the end of the first-ever NBA awards show, Russell Westbrook was awarded the 2016-17 Most Valuable player. The Brodie achieved what seemed to be his only personal goal for the season, and he finally gets to hold the trophy he stared at during KD’s acceptance speech in 2014. 1,181 more words


Kevin Durant Congratulated Russell Westbrook On 'F***in Balling Out' In His MVP Season

In the middle of the 2016-17 NBA regular season, there were few storylines as big as the apparent ongoing feud between former teammates turned rivals, Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook. 375 more words


Russell Westbrook Wins NBA’s MVP Award

NEW YORK (AP) —  Russell Westbrook has won the NBA’s MVP award after setting a record with 42 triple-doubles last season.

The Oklahoma City All-Star joined Oscar Robertson as the only players to average a triple-double for an entire season, leading the Thunder into the playoffs after Kevin Durant left for Golden State. 37 more words