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The NBA vs. The World Part XV

February 20, 2018

LeBron went on to enjoy his first Finals championship. He relished it and cherished it. Now it was time to prove that he could do it again. 343 more words

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Grant Hill Confirmed The Story Behind Why Tim Duncan Didn’t Join The Orlando Magic

High on the list of the most fascinating “What Ifs” in recent NBA history is “What if Tim Duncan decided to join the Orlando Magic when he was a free agent in 2000?” Duncan was the centerpiece of the San Antonio Spurs’ dynasty over the last 20 years, but at one point, it looked like he was on the verge of joining Orlando in free agency. 338 more words


The NBA vs. The World Part X

The late nineties and early 2000’s brought forth several key NBA stars. The late 90’s saw the emergence of guys like Kobe Bryant, Tim Duncan, Allen Iverson, Shaquille O’ Neal and many more future hall-of-famers. 255 more words

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Friday Crew Redefines Sports Radio

By Parker Rhea
Sports Director


Parker Rhea, Reed Graff, and Brenden Snow are the voices for Friday’s Bobcat Radio this semester. The show starts by recapping the two big wins Texas State Basketball had Thursday. 168 more words


LeBron to the Spurs? Thanks, but no thanks

As the dog days of the regular season grind on toward the All-Star Break and injuries continue to plague the depleted San Antonio Spurs, the NBA rumor mill is churning among media members and discouraged fans alike. 1,775 more words

The GOAT Playmaking Power Forward Debate......

Being an elite play-maker is a strong yet unteachable trait, only bestowed upon the greatest of basketball players. The willingness to make others around you better before yourself, the ball movement that fires up some of the best offensive teams in the league, the flawless display of basketball intelligence and the flashiness that makes jaws drop and ESPN go off on the daily. 2,594 more words