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2015 NBA Playoffs: Day one in the books



Man what a day of basketball. We had four great games to kick off the playoffs for 2015. We get another four games today to finish off the weekend. Three of the four home clubs won on Saturday with Toronto being the only club that let down their fans at home


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2015 NBA Playoffs: Washington takes game one



This game was a struggle to watch as both clubs shot terrible. Washington took 99 shots from the field making only 39 while Toronto took over 91 shots making only 34. Washington had a total of 61 rebounds with 19 on the offensive side



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NBA Playoffs: New Orleans vs Golden State



The Western Conference playoffs start with the #8 seed New Orleans Pelicans traveling to meet the #1 seed Golden State Warriors. The Warriors had the best rest season record for the NBA with a record of 67-15 while New Orleans comes in with a record of 45-37


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NBA Playoffs: Washington vs Toronto



The 2015 NBA Playoffs starts with a 4-5 matchup in the Eastern Conference. The Washington Wizards come in as the fifth with a 46-36 regular season record. They will travel to meet the number four seed Toronto Raptors. Toronto finished the regular season with a 49-33 record


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NCAA Basketball: Season kicks off Tonight



Tonight 347 clubs begin their quest to make in to the big dance. There is 125 games being played tonight. Starting on November 9th until Christmas Eve we will have college basketball ever night


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NBA Rookie: Damian Lillard running away with ROY award

As of games played thru November 4, 2012 Damian Lillard is pulling away from the rest of the rookies in race for ROY Award.

Thru his three games played this season. Lillard is averaging 21.3 points, 4.0 rebounds and 9.0 assists per game


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NBA Eastern Conference Power Rankings: Nov 5, 2012



The Eastern Conference has four clubs still undefeated after games played thru November 4th. New York, Milwaukee and Orlando are all 2-0 so far this season. Brooklyn is 1-0. Chicago, Miami and Indiana are 2-1 so far this season. The season is very young and we still have tons of games to play. Detroit and Washington are the only two clubs in the NBA not to have won a game so far this season


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NBA Power Rankings: Western Conference

Four days into the 2012-13 NBA season and I already want a coach fired. Mike Brown has lost his touch. His Los Angeles Lakers are 0-3 and looking up at everyone so far this year. Only four teams remain undefeated. The Clippers, San Antiono and Houston are 2-0 while Minnesota is 1-0. Besides the Lakers Denver and Sacramemto have failed to win a game this year. Both clubs sit at 0-2. The remaining eight clubs sit at 1-1 so far this year.

My power rankings so far would look like this


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Damian Lillard stakes claim to top rookie spot



We are three days into the new NBA season and two rookies have had great starts so far. Damian Lillard scored 23 points and dished out 11 assists in his clubs win. Lillard also grabbed three rebounds. The top pick in the NBA draft Anthony Davis also scored over 20 points. His 21 points and seven rebounds were not enough to help his club win their first game


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Breaking down action from Oct 30, 2012

Only three games were played last night. Cleveland got a 94-84 win over Washington. The Wizards were playing without John Wall but gave a good performance. Eleven players scored for them with nine scoring more than seven points. Crawford was the high man with 11 while Okafor chipped in 10. Rookie Bradley Beal had eight points and three boards to go along with three assists to start his career. Cleveland got 29 points from Irving and a big night from Rookie Dion Waiters. Waiters had 17 points and two boards to put his name at top of rookie standings after first day. Varejao of Cleveland grabbed 23 boards to go along with nine points and nine assists. Thompson had a double double for the Cavs with 12 points and ten boards. Gibson also scored 10 points. Another rookie Tyler Zeller saw minutes scoring five points and grabbing two boards.

Miami destroyed Boston 120-107 to celebrate there championship in style. Wade had 29 points while James scored 26 and grabbed 10 boards. Bosh also had a double double with 19 points and ten rebounds. Ray Allen started his heat career off right with 19 points. Chalmers had 11 assists to go with eight points. Lewis scored 10 for Miami. Boston got 23 from Pierce and 20 from Rondo to pace them. Rondo also had 13 assists. Garnett managed only nine points but grabbed 12 boards for Boston. Bass had a double double with 15 points and 11 rebounds while Lee scored 11 and Barbosa scored 16


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