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Sixers' Bench Brings The Offense


PHILADELPHIA — We knew the Miami Heat and Chicago Bulls would stand atop the Eastern Conference standings this season. But did anybody have the Philadelphia 76ers right behind them? 526 more words

Indiana Pacers

StatsCube: Does Kobe Shoot Too Much?

HANG TIME NEW JERSEY BUREAU — News flash: Kobe Bryant takes a lot of shots.

Through the first 13 days of the season, Bryant leads the league in both field goal attempts per game (23.1) and per minute (0.65), despite playing with a torn ligament in his right wrist… 810 more words

Kobe Bryant

Gerald Wallace Gets Offensive

HANG TIME NEW JERSEY BUREAU — I’m going to let you in on a little secret…

Gerald Wallace is an offensive player.

The man known as “Crash” is mostly thought of as an elite defender and strong rebounder for a small forward. 402 more words

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DeRozan Puts History Behind Him


NEW YORK — There was no worse 3-point shooter in the league last season than DeMar DeRozan. Of the 200 players who attempted at least 50 threes, DeRozan shot them at, by far, the worst percentage. 409 more words

New York Knicks

Film Study: Tyson Chandler In The Zone

HANG TIME NEW JERSEY BUREAU — If the New York Knicks wanted to call themselves title contenders this season, they desperately needed defensive help. So they sacrificed… 1,001 more words

Miami Heat

A First For The Heat

In their first opportunity of the 2011-12 season, the Miami Heat did what they were never able to do at all last season: win a game with a go-ahead bucket in the final 10 seconds. 246 more words

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Film Study: Meeting Derrick Rose At The Rim

HANG TIME NEW JERSEY BUREAU — When you picture a Chicago Bulls offensive possession in your mind, you envision Derrick Rose coming off a high screen and attacking the basket. 656 more words

Miami Heat