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Jul 19 2014
therunningrec:

Here’s How The NBA Would Look If Everyone Went Home Like LeBron
Full list here. 

therunningrec:

Here’s How The NBA Would Look If Everyone Went Home Like LeBron

Full list here

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Jul 18 2014
nativeamericannews:

10 Ways to Tell You Might Be a Rezballer!
Chances are if you even clicked the link to read this article – you just might be a rezballer. You know what we’re talking about – balling on the rez. You might even have a basketball tucked under your other arm as you are reading this article, you’ve got your basketball shoes on and you’re ready for a game right now.

nativeamericannews:

10 Ways to Tell You Might Be a Rezballer!


Chances are if you even clicked the link to read this article – you just might be a rezballer. You know what we’re talking about – balling on the rez. You might even have a basketball tucked under your other arm as you are reading this article, you’ve got your basketball shoes on and you’re ready for a game right now.

(Source: indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com)

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Jul 15 2014
Jul 14 2014

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Jul 11 2014
thelakersshowtime:

Ten Greatest in NBA History.
4. BILL RUSSELL
The greatest leader of all time, the greatest defensive player of all time and the greatest winner of all time.
So why not the greatest player of all time, or at least higher on my list?
Well, forgive me for not putting that much stock into winning rings in a league which had less than 10 teams (how come nobody mentions that today?). Of course, it’s still an amazing accomplishment, but you should win every year when you have an amazing roster full of Hall of Famers, led by arguably the greatest coach/manager of all time in Red Auerbach.
OK, so why not put him lower on the list?
You can’t really fault the guy for playing in the era he played in. You can only play what’s out there, you can’t choose your opponents, and we’re all judged by how we fare against our peers. It would be unfair to hold Russell to a different standard. I always have a hard time striking the right balance when evaluating players of the past, which is why my list often changes (though not drastically). 

thelakersshowtime:

Ten Greatest in NBA History.

4. BILL RUSSELL

The greatest leader of all time, the greatest defensive player of all time and the greatest winner of all time.

So why not the greatest player of all time, or at least higher on my list?

Well, forgive me for not putting that much stock into winning rings in a league which had less than 10 teams (how come nobody mentions that today?). Of course, it’s still an amazing accomplishment, but you should win every year when you have an amazing roster full of Hall of Famers, led by arguably the greatest coach/manager of all time in Red Auerbach.

OK, so why not put him lower on the list?

You can’t really fault the guy for playing in the era he played in. You can only play what’s out there, you can’t choose your opponents, and we’re all judged by how we fare against our peers. It would be unfair to hold Russell to a different standard. I always have a hard time striking the right balance when evaluating players of the past, which is why my list often changes (though not drastically). 

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