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Where you read it first | Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Zach Ohara


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The end of an era

As Kobe Bryant walked to the bench at the beginning of the third quarter a during game against the Portland Trailblazers, he turned to coach Byron Scott and told him he was retiring after this season. Although there had been speculation earlier in the year that Kobe would retire after this season, ...

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Early ROY outlook

With a quarter of the NBA season come and gone, it's time to evaluate the production of the rookie class this season and determine who the frontrunners for the NBA Rookie of the Year award are thus far. Coming into the season, top draft picks Karl-Anthony Towns, D’Angelo Russell and Jahlil Okafor ...

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Chasing history

The Golden State Warriors have been off to a blistering start this year at 14-0 having just defeated the Chicago Bulls at home 106-94. Their 14-0 start marks the best start to a season by a defending champion since the Boston Celtics went 14-0 in the 1957-1958 season. With their win on Sunday night ...

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Steph Curry: GOAT?

Steph Curry of the Golden State Warriors is off to one of the hottest starts any player has had in NBA history. He is clearly the No. 1 player in the world right now, (sorry Mr. James) and is leading the Warriors to an undefeated season thus far. His shooting numbers are off the charts, and his per ...

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Officiating and the evolution of the game

The NBA has evolved over the years since it was founded in 1946, but one of the most notable differences we have seen is the change in what referees consider fouls and technical fouls. A game that was once won by physically dominating one's opponent is now more of a finesse game as the number of foul ...

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Kobe's New Role

Kobe Bryant, arguably the greatest to ever play the game, is heading into his 20th season this year with the Los Angeles Lakers. His upcoming season with the Lakers will be the longest stint of any player with one franchise in NBA history, but will likely be very different for Bryant and the Lakers. An ...

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NBA elite to NBA obsolete

No NBA player can remain at the top forever. The time it takes for a player to go from elite to obsolete in the NBA ranges for each player, but two players in particular seemed to fall off the face of the earth. Derrick Rose and Deron Williams were both seen as arguably the best point guards of the ...

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Jason Richardson announces retirement

Last week, 15-year NBA veteran Jason Richardson announced his retirement from basketball. Richardson played with five different teams, most notably with the Golden State Warriors and the Phoenix Suns, over the course of his professional career. The 34-year-old NBA vet was drafted fifth overall in ...

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