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Who got next?

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In essence, the All-Star Game has become boring, a spectacle for the sake of being a spectacle.
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Jabari Parker and the search for a small-market superstar

The current landscape of the NBA is one that is both constantly evolving and alarmingly stagnate. The former can be explained by anyone who paid any semblance of attention to this 2017 off-season. Kyrie Irving, Paul George, Isaiah Thomas, Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony, players all once considered franchise cornerstones,
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Reckless endangerment of a career

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Since the Ball family’s initial rise to fame, they have been a walking media sensation, so much so that the family now has its own television show — it was the only realistic course of action given the world we inhabit after all. I’m not here to discuss my opinion
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Loyalty and sports

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Loyalty in the sporting world is a cute concept. There’s something about witnessing the Derek Jeters and Kobe Bryants of the world play for their entire careers with one team through thick and thin, to see grizzled veterans hang them up for good wearing the same threads they donned as
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All-Alter Ego Five

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On the verge of his 16th season in the association, it’s fair to say Carmelo Anthony has begun the twilight phase of his career, as his prime has officially come to a close. Melo can still average 20, but he’s well beyond his years of leading a team and would
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Athletes all the same

It seems strange that we treat women so differently in sports. Some argue that it’s because men have more physical capability or are objectively better at sports. But I think this is just a negative perspective and there are other ways of looking at it.
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Dirt off your shoulders

I’m in full support of players taking every single right they have as by far the most important part of the NBA. This is a player’s league — and least it should be — and villainizing teenagers before, during, and after they’re on a drowning team should only inspire others to do whatever they want. Refuse workouts. Call out coaches. Tell people how you feel. I want to see players reclaim the league.
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