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With 9:59 left in the fourth quarter, J.R. Smith drained his eighth three of the game, extending the Cavaliers lead to 18. “Its kind of hard when I was hitting the shots that I was hitting to pass the ball” ...

When you walk into a postseason venue at any level, you can feel an elevated sense of energy. In Atlanta’s Philips Arena for Game One of the first round of the NBA playoffs between the Brooklyn Nets and the Atlanta ...

The Wheel‘s newest senior staff writers (yeah, we don’t know what the world is coming to, either) are giving the people what they want: Brackets. No, not the traditional March Madness bracket, the NBA Playoffs bracket. East Round 1: (1) Atlanta Hawks ...

  As fans, we all go through ups and downs. We experience the intense joy of victory and the excruciating agony of defeat; the thrill of a new season and the disappointment of another year without a championship; the deliciousness ...

  This is All-Star Weekend and we already told you how the fans screwed up the voting. So instead of writing 1500 words on why Mason Plumlee won’t win the dunk contest, we are making six predictions for the upcoming ...

Let’s be real, not much happened in the NBA this week. Do you know what this means? We are going to take our talents to other sports as well. We are going be like ESPN and constantly reuse the same ...
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By Jacob Durst & Nathan Janick The NBA season kicks off tonight, and with its start comes part two of three in our 2014-2015 projections. These are the teams that will make some noise this season, but with their current rosters, ...

Jacob Durst and Nathan Janick both played self-proclaimed “high-level varsity basketball” in high school where they each played against third-round NBA Draft picks. Sources suggest that one of them might have been dunked on by Julius Randle. They have been ...

“What are we angry about today?” The New York Times recently quoted this Twitter joke in an article entitled “Clicking Their Way to Outrage: On Social Media, Some are Susceptible to Internet Outrage.” The article describes how one misstep can ...