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  • Thursday Night TNT Doubleheader Preview

    Posted by Craig Parsons on 12/17/2014 10:13:24 PM
    When Steve Kerr passed on the New York Knicks head coach job to sign on with the Golden State Warriors it was talked about as one of the major offseason moves despite that it didn’t involve any actual players. Looking back now it’s clear Kerr made the right decision as his Warrior own the best record in the NBA at 21-3 while the Knicks have struggled through one of their worst starts in franchise history at 5-22 under head coach Derek Fisher. +…
  • Two teams that struggled out of the gate for very different reasons after many experts pegged as NBA title contenders will meet as the first of the TNT doubleheader on Thursday night. The Cleveland Cavaliers have overcome a lack of chemistry early on to win eight straight games and climb back to the race for top spot in the Eastern Conference while the Oklahoma City Thunder head in to Thursday night’s game on the heels of three straight wins with Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook back in the line up. +…
  • Kevin Durant’s highly anticipated return to the Oklahoma City Thunder was spoiled by the New Orleans Pelicans in a 112-104 loss on Tuesday night. Durant scored a team-high 27 points but it wasn’t enough as Anthony Davis and Tyreke Evans combined for 55 points in another reminder of how far Oklahoma City has fallen from its status as perennial Western Conference contender. +…
  • The Oklahoma City Thunder is in big trouble. First, Kevin Durant went down. Then, Russell Westbrook suffered a fractured hand in Thursday’s loss to the Los Angeles Clippers and will be forced to miss at least a month. +…
  • The injury history of former league MVP Derrick Rose has been well documented. After missing most of the last three years, Rose is finally at full strength again and playing at a dominant level. So it was no surprise when his teammates where concerned after he ended up on the floor after driving to the net and was slow to get up. +…
  • Predicting NBA's Western Conference Division Winners

    Posted by Craig Parsons on 10/16/2014 9:43:56 PM
    The West is seen as the power conference because of the number of quality above-.500 teams that missed the playoffs last season. The Minnesota Timberwolves were a squad that hovered around .500 all season long and eventually missed the playoffs, but they were still 17-13 against Eastern Conference squads and are now entering rebuild mode with Kevin Love gone, and Andrew Wiggins, Anthony Bennett, and Zach LaVine all in town. +…
 
 

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