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10 best 3-point shooters in NBA history, ranked

Since the NBA introduced the 3-point line for the 1979-80 season, there have been some incredible long-distance shooters. Here’s our top 10 shooters from beyond the arc of all time: 656 more words


Starting 5: The 5 Greatest Crossovers I've Ever Seen Live

In light of Kyrie Irving’s performance in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Toronto Raptors, it reminded me how elite point guards are today with the ball in their hands. 360 more words

Starting Five

Book Review: #FDD017 (Golden) by Rishika Aggarwal

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#FDD017 (Golden) by Rishika Aggarwal

Rikisha Aggarwal’s #FDD017 (Golden) is a slim volume of fifteen brief enquiries to Greek mythological divinities. It’s quirky, drizzled with knowing humour, and beneath the intricate surface of the text runs a subtly poignant filament. 423 more words


An Ode to Ginobili

Although the San Antonio Spurs’ braintrust keeps mum, Thursday’s Game Six elimination to the Oklahoma City Thunder appeared to be the final game for Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili. 1,106 more words


Is The NBA Watered Down?

On Tuesday, Golden State’s Steph Curry won his second straight MVP award. He also became the first player in NBA history to win the MVP award with a unanimous vote. 2,168 more words


Hey LeBron, What Was Michael Jordan's "Value" If They Were a 55-Win Team Without Him?

LeBron took a backhanded shot at Stephen Curry winning the MVP this week, questioning the word ‘valuable.’ LeBron heaped praise on Curry’s incredible season, but felt compelled to slide in “but when you talk about most ‘valuable’ then you can have a different conversation.” 359 more words


Make A Difference Monday: Women's Foundation for a Greater Memphis

It’s Make a Difference Monday!

Memphis is home to one of the poorest zip codes in the whole country.

The Women’s Foundation for a Greater Memphis… 62 more words

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