Basketball Team USA Wins Sixth Gold Medal at Rio

Basketball Team USA Wins Sixth Gold Medal at Rio

Many countries have a sport that personifies the people and in the USA, it is basketball. When you think about basketball, you think about the USA. Women basketball team USA beat Spain 101-72 to win the sixth straight gold medal in Rio setting a record of eight overall wins from 10 Olympic…

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Best Basketball Drills for High School Practice

Best Basketball Drills for High School Practice

The following are some of the best drills that can easily be practiced at high schools to improve skills. They are both easy to perform and very practical to increase performance. The drills are varied in the skills they seek to improve: shooting, dribbling, or passing. Zipper Drill This one is a…

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Cavaliers & Raptors Vying for Place in Finals

Cavaliers & Raptors Vying for Place in Finals

The Cleveland Cavaliers have their eyes set on the NBA finals for the second year in a row after defeating Toronto Raptors in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals 113-87. One of the most phenomenal players in this game was LeBron James; he scored 33 points, followed by Kyrie Irving, who added 30…

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NBA Hall of Famer, Jerry Sloan

NBA Hall of Famer, Jerry Sloan

Last Wednesday, Coach Jerry Sloan, NBA Hall of Famer reported that he is suffering with Parkinson´s and Lewy body dementia. Jerry Sloan was coach of the Utah Jazz from 2009 to 2011. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2009. He is currently the senior basketball adviser for the Jazz and…

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Three stars of the Miami Heat basketball team

Three stars of the Miami Heat basketball team

The Miami Heat is the most popular basketball team in Florida. The team was founded in 1988 and have milions of fans. To date, they have won three league championships, 11 division titles and several conference titles. In other words, they are an amazing team, and they have extraordinary players!…

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The NBA All Star tour 2016

The NBA All Star tour 2016

For fans of basketball, one of the much anticipated events is the NBA All Star Tour of 2016. The NBA All Star Tour of 2016 will be the 65th event of this sort and it will be a basketball game in exhibition form. The event will occur on Sunday, February 14th, 2016 at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto,…

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Profiles of three NBA stars competing in 2015

Profiles of three NBA stars competing in 2015

This year’s NBA season has just started, and people from all around the world are eager to see who will win this year. The best basketball teams from the USA will play against each other in a series of competitive and exciting games. Of course, all the fans are watching the players who have…

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Things to consider before buying a basketball hoop

Things to consider before buying a basketball hoop

One of the best ways to make your home more enjoyable is by placing a basketball hoop. Setting one up in your house can turn your driveway into a basketball court. Not only will it give you some exercise but it is also a good reason to get your kids off the couch or a good reason to catch up with…

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Are You Basketball Fan?

Are You Basketball Fan?

Gift giving can be baffling. It appears to be discovering the right present for a few individuals is more troublesome than it ought to be. A few individuals appear to have everything, so what do you purchase them? You likewise may not have any desire to quite recently purchase anything on the…

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The NBA Already Names Lebron The MVP

The NBA Already Names Lebron The MVP

Whether the Cavaliers win the finals or not, the NBA has already names Lebron James the MVP of the entire series. This is because Lebron James has dominated the finals in points and time of possession. He has also had the most headlines from all of the sports channels; this includes television,…

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The Warriors Are Looking To Do It

The Warriors Are Looking To Do It

The Golden State Warriors are looking to end everything tonight. They want to win this game and celebrate without worrying about getting back on the court until next year. This has been a very rough time for them, and they want to end this series at game six. The Warriors have developed a unique…

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Andre Iguodala Was Warriors Secret Weapon During The NBA Finals

Andre Iguodala Was Warriors Secret Weapon During The NBA Finals

The 2015 NBA finals are finally over and we can now get to look back and see the defining moments of the finals and boy were they many. Most of the talk during the NBA final has been centered on two people and that is Lebron James, who had an impeccable game and Andre Iguodala who also had a very…

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LeBron Maintains His Confidence

LeBron Maintains His Confidence

LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers best player is still confident about his and his team’s performance in the NBA final series. Even though, the team is down from 3-2 in the finals against Golden State Warriors, the player is yet to make a comeback. James, who is an accomplished NBA player says…

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What’s in store for Golden State Warriors?

What’s in store for Golden State Warriors?

It seems like Golden State Warriors are just two games away from winning the NBA 2015 championship. As a matter of fact, Warriors have played impeccably this season and veterans like Leandro Barbosa and David Lee have done really well under the coaches Alvin Gentry and Mike D’Antoni. Warriors…

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A Flash back of NBA Playoffs

A Flash back of NBA Playoffs

National Basketball Association is the most professional organization in North America. It is also considered to be the leading men’s basketball league and organization in the whole world. It has grown up till now tremendously, as it consists of thirty plus members from United States of…

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LeBron’s Head Injury in NBA Playoffs of 2015

LeBron’s Head Injury in NBA Playoffs of 2015

LeBron James, a well-known NBA player smashed his head against a cameraman as he dunked. It was in the second quarter, that Andrew Bogut from the Golden State Warriors fouled James. After this, James fell on the deck and went straight into the camera of Peter Winik, a cameraman of NBA entertainment.…

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It’s Time For Kyrie Irving to Relax

It’s Time For Kyrie Irving to Relax

Cleveland Cavaliers star Kyrie Irving is suffering from Tendinitis in his left knee since a second round playoffs series against the Chicago Bulls. After missing games of Eastern conference to recover from the injury, Irving confirmed that he is not completely fit to enter into the court. But he is…

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Steve Kaneshiki is Back to Basketball Staff as an Assitant Coach

Steve Kaneshiki is Back to Basketball Staff as an Assitant Coach

Steve Kanehshiki, who used to be an interim coach of the women’s basketball team, has joined the women’s basketball staff as the assistant coach. Steve has many success stories to tell and it cannot be denied that he truly deserved this title. While his three-year stint as the head coach…

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The Fervor of Basketball in the USA

The Fervor of Basketball in the USA

Games as potent form of calisthenics are indispensable. Out of the popular games played in the USA, basketball has soared higher in terms of popularity with respect to other favorite American pastimes like baseball or football. The initiation of this game occurred when James Naismith, a Presbyterian…

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The Game of Basketball

The Game of Basketball

Well, when it comes to talk about sports being played in America. How can we forget about basketball? Even a 5-6 year little kid tries that dribbling of basketball. Yeah that’s the scenario of craze for basketball in USA. Not only in US, its popularity is spread all over the world. Let’s…

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Kyrie Irving will miss another game due to knee injury

Kyrie Irving will miss another game due to knee injury

Kyrie Irving will be attending the third game of the Eastern Finals from the bench, as a spectator. He is currently plagued with tendonitis that is affecting mobility in knee. The announcement was made an hour before the Sunday game was slated to begin against the Atlanta Hawks. After a medical…

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Wisconsin, one of the Final Four

Wisconsin, one of the Final Four

This season, all teams of NCAA have struggled and competed for the most famous titles. Among them, leader of Division 1, Wisconsin managed to get in the Final Four and is now waiting to face Kentucky, leaning on their star: Frank Kaminsky. They are known as being the most offensive team in the…

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Steve Nash is retiring from NBA

Steve Nash is retiring from NBA

Winner of two MVPs, Steve Nash's career is officially over. The ones whopaid attention to "The player's Tribune" saw Nash's announcement. He decided to retire after having nerve damage in his back and did not play for Los Angeles Lakers this season. His 19 year NBA career found…

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MVP race

MVP race

What had been looking like the best MVP race in years may not even be competitive at this juncture. Based on our ESPN Forecast survey results, the award will go to Stephen Curry, barring a miraculous end to the season by James Harden. Furthermore, it appears Russell Westbrook has little shot at the…

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Kevin Love: I Am “Not Best Friends” With LeBron James

Kevin Love: I Am “Not Best Friends” With LeBron James

This might not come as a surprise to many. Ever since he moved from the Minnesota Timberwolves to Cleveland Caveliers, it has been evident that he is not having the time of his life in the team. Be it disagreements with the coach or even disagreements with the teams star player, Lebron James, there…

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Game changer for the Wizards?

Game changer for the Wizards?

The Washington Wizards – coached by Randy Wittman – have won a very important game for them, especially coming after the loss they suffered against Atlanta on Sunday – 31 points difference. The Wizards managed to beat the San Antonio Spurs – coached by Gregg Popovich. This is…

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Kevin Love Adds to Cavs' Injury Woes

Kevin Love Adds to Cavs' Injury Woes

The Cleveland Cavaliers, who been hit hard the past week by the injury bug, took another blow Tuesday night with Kevin Love joining the ranks of the ailing. The Cavs made it through the first month of the season relatively unscathed. But in the span of seven days, Anderson Varejao was lost to…

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