2017 NBA FINALS “NXWORRIES” Highlight Mix!

June 24, 2017 |  by  |  Articles  |  No Comments

Some of you might remember my LAST NBA Finals mix featuring Lebron and the Cavs winning his first title in Cleveland against Curry and the Goldenstate Warriors. Well, it’s that time again. Since both teams met up this year for a rematch it’s only right I make a sequel.

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MONTHLY: Is The “One And Done” Rule Almost DONE?

June 9, 2017 |  by  |  Articles  |  No Comments

Last year marked the 10 year anniversary of the NBA’s “One and Done” rule. Under the new rule administered by then commissioner David Stern, potential NBA prospects were no longer able to go from Highschool directly to the NBA. 2005 was the last year players (Martell Webster, Andrew Bynum, Gerald Green, CJ Miles, Monta Ellis, Louis Williams, Andray Blatche, Amir Johnson) made the jump. Although not always loved, “one and done” has been accepted over the years, but the rule has remained a controversial one even a decade later the topic always calls for fiery debate when brought up amongst basketball fans who question if the league actually needs it and more importantly do the players really benefit from it.

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May 23, 2017 |  by  |  Uncategorized  |  No Comments

Nick Young has been one my favorite NBA players for years. Hes easily one of the most naturally offensively gifted players I’ve seen and one of a few truly unstoppable scores left in the NBA, in my opinion. And no move is more evident of his diverse scoring ability than his trademark 360 layups.

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Monthly: Anatomy Of The “Knicks Curse”!

April 24, 2017 |  by  |  Articles  |  No Comments

Carmelo, Knicks

This edition of The Monthly is strictly for my Knickerbockers fans. In April we watched the New York Knicks close out yet another disappointing regular season finishing with a record of 31-51 – one game worse than the year before. It was year filled with high expectations based off big name summer acquisitions, a brand new coach and all the hype that comes naturally with a team that resides in the most famous city in the world. The goal at the very least was a return to the post season, which has eluded them the past three seasons, and it was only months ago that playoffs appeared to be a lock…. until everything went downhill fast in pure Knicks fashion.

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