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Jason Kidd to the Nets coaching job

So, Jason Kidd was formally introduced as the Brooklyn Nets head coach, less than two weeks after he retired as a player. Let’s look at this, good, bad, and ugly style. He is a respected figure in the NBA: great … Continue reading

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Major changes in sports contracts

Several years ago, in sports it made sense to sign players to long-term deals. It gave them a sense of security, which in theory would alleviate other personal concerns and improve their play (from fewer off-the-field issues); teams liked it … Continue reading

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California Legacy Series: The (renewed) NBA Battle for Los Angeles

For the second entry of the CLS series, we will review the renewed rivalry between the two Los Angeles NBA teams, and its significance in the grand history of both teams histories.  Recent history aside, the National Basketball Association’s presence … Continue reading

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What is David Stern’s legacy?

Ever since David Stern announced his retirement, effective February 1st, 2014, we have been hearing a lot of opinions about his time in office; they are usually composed of praise, if not respect, for a man who will have reigned … Continue reading

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The Real Impact of the NBA Lockout

This time last year, LeBron James was one of the most hated players in the NBA, after The Decision, the dancing routine with Chris Bosh and Dwayne Wade, and his now infamous “not one, not two…” comment. Many fans ramped … Continue reading

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