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Top 10 Most Disappointing NBA Super Teams of All Time

“Superteams” have become the latest trend this decade, with players joining competitive teams in a desperate attempt to chase championship glory. There’s debate over who the first real “superteam” in the NBA was, but the 2017-18 season is set to be an all-out weapons race, with teams signing or trading for superstars in order to bolster their chances of winning a ring. 949 more words


Some Thoughts on Kevin Durant’s Pay Cut

(Full Disclosure: I’m a Warriors fan.)

1. The best thing I’ve read about Durant’s decision to take a 2-year, $53-million contract, about 25-30% less than what he could have earned with his “max” contract, is… 1,815 more words


Let's Start Forming Some More NBA Superteams

I’ve said it once, I’ll say it again. More superteams is the best way to fix the NBA. These past NBA Playoffs were horrible. No more than 10 total games were competitive or interesting. 319 more words


NBA Hypocrisy 101: Fanbases scoffed at the Warriors and their Superteam, now they're trying to be like them.

By Will Stevenson

I thought the NBA season was over with once the Golden State Warriors finally defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 4-1: Little did we know the NBA Offseason had just begun. 652 more words

Sports Blogging

The Superteam Era Has Begun

Oh no… the sport that I have loved and appreciated throughout my entire life is now beginning to enter a dark and irreversible path. The NBA is now realizing that the only way to win in this league is to form what I despise the most: A Superteam. 384 more words


LeBron James: 'I definitely didn't start the super team'

LeBron James has been accused by many of starting the “super team” era of basketball back in 2010 when he, along with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, formed a “Big 3” in Miami. 219 more words


TEAMGAUGE, check the pulse of your team's engagement level

Proud to announce that TEAMGAUGE, my new short team survey is ready to download.

It is designed to quickly capture the thoughts of members of your team about their role in the team. 90 more words