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The Road Back to the NBA Goes Through Boston

I’m not the biggest NBA fan. I lost interest at the turn of the century with the worst draft class in the history of the sport. Oh, yes, you know what I’m talking about. That awful, awful class of 2000 that was headlined by Kenyon Martin and produced such busts like Stromile Swift (No. 2), [...]

Hot Fan: Angela Phillips, NCAA Basketball Player Turned Model

University of Kentucky basketball is a hot topic these days. Therefore, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that 25-year-old former UK guard Angela Phillips has become a sizzling commodity in the modeling world. The former baller was the starting point guard her first two years at UK before transferring to Indiana St. “My favorite part [...]

Joe Crawford’s NBA Dream is Alive and Well

I had the pleasure of speaking with Joe Crawford, who is currently in Los Angeles, on Monday via phone. Read below for the full details. Rivals.com ranked him the ninth best prospect in a stellar 2004 class headlined by Dwight Howard. He was considered the most talented in the top-rated recruiting class at Kentucky that [...]

Hot Fan: Rachel, the Sizzling Athlete From Texas

We, at SusanShan.com, really dig hot chicks who are sporty and cool. 18-year-old Rachel from Texas is all three, and much more. She grew up in Round Rock, Texas, a suburb outside of Austin. An athlete since she was two, Rachel dedicated many of her early years to gymnastics, putting in long hours and winning [...]

Jeff Green Observations From the Kenner Summer League

A guest post by Yoshito Tsuji The Kenner Summer League features 12 teams that include some of the best college players in Washington, D.C. and Maryland, as well as NBA players. Last year, Kevin Durant, Jeff Green, Gilbert Arenas, Andray Blatche, and Roy Hibbert participated in games at McDonough Arena. This past Saturday, the Oklahoma [...]

Kobe Bryant Owns LeBron James Even With Flu

I’m lying in bed sick right now. My eyes hurt, my throat hurts, my nose is stuffy. In fact, my entire body feels like it’s in pain. How do athletes play sports in this state? Let’s rewind to 2009 when our second favorite NBA champion (after his greatness MJ) “vomited before the game, shivered with [...]

2010 NHL Playoffs Superior to NBA Playoffs

This year, when torn between watching an NHL playoff game or an NBA playoff game being aired at the same time, the choice is really quite simple. The 2010 NHL playoffs blow away the NBA playoffs in every facet of sports. In the 12 series that each sport has played to reach the conference finals, [...]

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