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Proposed new playoff format

In nearly a 10 year span, 3 of the 4 major sports have had a change in commissioners and a trend has been noticed and that is, testing new ideas. 670 more words

Meeting a Favorite

It’s not everyday that you get to meet someone that you grew up watching on TV or listening to on the radio. I’ve had a chance to meet some pretty cool people during my time working in the media, though most of which you’ve probably only heard of once or maybe even not at all. 273 more words


The contract controversy

DeAndre Jordan verbally agreed to a maximum 4-year contract with the Dallas Mavericks had a sudden change of heart and re-signed with the LA Clippers last Thursday. 613 more words

The 2015 NBA Finals Continue To Obliterate TV Ratings

Basketball has been one of the fastest growing sports in the world for several years now, and the new multi-billion dollar television contracts signed last fall with ESPN and Turner will continue that growth at an astronomical pace. 307 more words


Otto Porter's defensive lapse tops list of worst bloopers of 2014-15 NBA season

WATCH: The Top 5 #Shaqtin moments of this season http://t.co/R9izP0B9ac

— NBA on TNT (@NBAonTNT) June 11, 2015

Because an entire season of basketball can’t be only good moments, TNT put together a list of some of the greatest bloopers of the 2014-15 season in a segment “Shaqtin’ a Fool” with everything from ridiculous travels to that time that Otto Porter just forgot he was on…

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King James, Cavs Blowout Hawks For 2-0 Lead ; Kyle Korver Out Remainder Of Playoffs

Pure domination. Those are the words that can be used to describe the performance of LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in their 94-82 win over the Atlanta Hawks Friday night at Philips Arena to take a 2-0 lead in the Eastern Conference Finals. 604 more words


Hawks Lose Home-Court Advantage With Second Straight Loss

Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals started out very slow for the Hawks. On one hand, we witnessed a very loud, heartfelt “welcome back” for DeMarre Carroll who started for the Hawks after straining his knee in Game 1. 304 more words