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Basketball Injury Therapy 101

Like in any other sport, basketball players are prone to injury. Every time you walk into the court and regardless of your level of preparedness and preventive measures, you face a high risk of injury. Basketball is an exciting, high-intensity sport that requires tenacity, agility, and speed. It can be defined as a vertical sport with lots of landing and jumping activity. As ...

PREVIEW: Utah Jazz VS Boston Celtics

With the NBA All-Star break in the books, all of the teams aim to finish the shortened 2020-21 season strong. Most teams went into the break having played about 36 games, so they only have that many more to jump the ranks to the top of their respective conferences. If this season is anything like last year, the top spots are going to be up in the air right up until the end of t ...

The Keys to Success for Charlotte Hornets in the 2020-21 Season

The days of Charlotte legends Alonzo Mourning, Glen Rice, Baron Davis, Gerald Wallace, and Kemba Walker are long gone. Since the new ownership of six-time champion Michael Jordan back in 2010, the franchise has been a complete mess. With a barrage of poor draft selections and sub-par player development. Charlotte has only seen a winning season twice in the previous ten years. C ...

The Phoenix Suns Look to Have the Next Big Three in the West

Since Devin Booker’s arrival in 2015 as a rookie, the Phoenix Suns have gone 121-280 in a five-year span. A sub-par .432% win percentage has not been ideal so far in Booker’s early career. The Suns have failed to make the playoffs for nine consecutive seasons, last time the Suns made the playoffs was in 2009-2010 with two-time MVP Steve Nash. In those five seasons, the Suns hav ...

The Greatest NBA Players of All Time

There has been much conversation this year about how LeBron James is the greatest player in the history of the National Basketball Association. Most of the discussion centers around a comparison between “King James” and the great Michael Jordan. The debate rages almost daily but unfair to some of the other all-time greats is the fact they aren’t thrown into the mix. If you had ...

George’s Struggles Continue to Hinder Clippers

The idea of acquiring Paul George in the offseason to form a superstar tandem with 2-time Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard seemed like a genius move and a recipe for immediate success as the Clippers front office tried to seize an opportunity to get the franchise over the hump. The Clippers have never advanced past the conference semi-finals, and they have high hopes that this is their ...

Doncic Carries Mavericks to Victory with Breathtaking Performance in the Clutch

With his team down 2-1 in their first-round playoff series, Luka Doncic put on a performance for the ages as he put his team on his back and carried them to a much-needed victory to tie the series against the Los Angeles Clippers at 2 games apiece. It was unknown if Doncic would even be available for Sunday’s game due to a serious ankle injury he suffered in Game 3. However, D ...

Davis Dominates as Lakers Crush Blazers to Even Series

The lack of shooting and missed free throws down the stretch cost the Los Angeles Lakers Game 1 in their first-round series against the Portland Trailblazers. The Lakers' inconsistent shooting woes was a concern going into Game 2, but the Lakers came out in attack mode after the last game’s dismal performance. It was disappointing how they played offensively considering how wel ...

How These Role Players Will Be Key to Their Team’s Success During the Postseason

Superstar players are usually credited with the responsibility of carrying their team to a championship. Elite caliber players such as LeBron James, Tim Duncan, Kawhi Leonard, and Stephen Curry have exhibited their ability to perform and shine on the big stage under the bright lights of the NBA playoffs. Neither of these superstars would have won a ring without the unexpected p ...

How Mike D’Antoni and the Phoenix Suns Revolutionized the Game of Basketball

According to Mark Cuban letting Steve Nash go and sign with Suns in 2004 was one of the worst moves he made as the owner of Dallas Mavericks.