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LeBron James attracts many pests, but Joakim Noah might be the best player to ever beef with him

LeBron James attracts many pests, but Joakim Noah might be the best player to ever beef with him

– NBA history includes a whole spectrum of guys one could probably describe as love them if they’re on your team, hate them if they’re the opponent. Joakim Noah has always been one of those guys. At his best, he was known for being emotional and physical. He talked trash and backed it up with excellent play. While Jo’s teammates may love him for all that, he’s made an enemy of every opponent, and in the early 2010s, LeBron James…

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China halts broadcast of NBA games over pro-Hong Kong protest tweet

China halts broadcast of NBA games over pro-Hong Kong protest tweet

RIGHT NOW.>> WE ARE NOT APOLOGIZING FOR DARRYL EXERCISING HIS FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION. I REGRET, AGAIN HAVING COMMUNICATED DIRECTLY WITH MANY FRIENDS IN CHINA THAT SO MANY PEOPLE ARE UPSET, INCLUDING MILLIONS AND MILLIONS OF OUR FANS. DAVID: NBA COMMISSIONER ADAM SILVER DEFENDING HOUSTON ROCKETS GENERAL MANAGER NOW DELETED PRO- HONG KONG TWEET. THIS IS THE GROWING RIFT WITH CHINA DEEPENS AND CHINA IS TAKING ANOTHER AGGRESSIVE STEP PUTTING ITS PARTNERSHIP WITH THE NBA FURTHER IN JEOPARDY. HI, EVERYBODY THIS…

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Charles Barkley suggests Democrats take black voters for granted

Charles Barkley suggests Democrats take black voters for granted

Retired NBA all-star Charles Barkley told SiriusXM radio host Michael Smerconish on Friday that Democrats only care about black voters every for yearsNBA legend Charles Barkley took another shot at Democrats on Friday, arguing the party that enjoys overwhelming support from African Americans largely takes their votes for granted The 56-year-old Alabama native and ‘Inside the NBA’ analyst recalled campaigning on behalf of Democratic U S. Senate candidate Doug Jones in 2017 during a Friday interview with CNN host Michael…

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The Inside Look at Carmelo Anthony and Syracuse’s 2003 National Championship Run

The Inside Look at Carmelo Anthony and Syracuse’s 2003 National Championship Run

It’s unusual at that time freshmen haven’t carried a team like that Nowadays it’s not unusual but, at that time, to have two freshmen carry your team to the national championship, was special. First school that was recruiting me was Syracuse. Carmelo Anthony, I went to see when he was a junior. I rarely go out during the year but my assistant, Troy Weaver, said “you know Coach, you gotta come, see this kid.” I was about to go to…

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Fergie Performs The U.S. National Anthem / 2018 NBA All-Star Game

Fergie Performs The U.S. National Anthem / 2018 NBA All-Star Game

Perform the star spangled banner is an acclaimed singer, song-writer, actress and eight-time grammy award winner from Hacienda Heights, California, Fergie! [applause] ♪ O say can you see, by the dawn’s early light, What so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming, Whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight, O’er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming? And the rockets’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air, Gave proof through the night that our flag…

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How the Lakers fell from contention to ruin during Kobe Bryant’s final seasons

How the Lakers fell from contention to ruin during Kobe Bryant’s final seasons

– [Narrator] Five years after he lost his championship co-star, Kobe Bryant silenced doubters by winning it all without Shaq, Twice. Kobe earned his first Finals MVP in 2009, as the Lakers took down Dwight Howard and the Orlando Magic in five games. That was also Coach Phil Jackson’s 10th championship, pushing him ahead of Red Auerbach’s record. And while Kobe had become LA’s undisputed star, he did have a strong veteran supporting cast. Built by GM Mitch Kupchak, Clever…

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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (full) | Conversations with Tyler

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (full) | Conversations with Tyler

TYLER COWEN: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is one of America’s leading public intellectuals. I would describe him as an offshoot of the Harlem Renaissance, and what he and I share in common is a fascination with the character of Mycroft Holmes, the subject of Kareem’s latest book—and that of course, is Sherlock Holmes’s brother. We’re going to start with some questions. I’d like to turn to the topic of segregation. What I find interesting is that according to some metrics, in this…

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[BREAKING NEWS] Social Media angry to Whitlock's criticism of LeBron's AAU antics

[BREAKING NEWS] Social Media angry to Whitlock's criticism of LeBron's AAU antics

all right welcome back to speak for yourself the most fun you can have talking sports Whitlock and Wylie raike Vickers back with us Oh time to get antisocial late with your props all right Darnell what's what's what's cracking out on Twitter the only basis to put on this all the smoke Twitter stills was about your take on the brighten up this week so I want to show you our couple different defensive LeBron just off with our…

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