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Paul Pierce: Why The Truth Is Right About LeBron And All The G.O.A.T. Talk!

I hate Boston. Let me be clear, I hate the Boston Celtics. More than that, I hate Paul Pierce. A little history and background on me and why I have SUCH a natural hatred for all things Boston. As a kid growing up in Cleveland in the 80’s I hated seeing the Celtics, their smug, cocky and arrogant fans and their cigar-puffing late owner in Red Auerbach, their banners and
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2020 NBA Playoffs: Why I’m Buying The Los Angeles Clippers To Win It All Over the Lakers

LAKE BUENA VISTA, FL – With the 2020 NBA Playoffs set to begin down in the NBA Bubble in Orlando, while many are picking the Los Angeles Lakers and Milwaukee Bucks to win it all, perhaps the one team that is best equipped to beat both are the other LA team in the Clippers. Thanks to clinching the second seed with a 124-117 win over the Denver Nuggets, Los Angeles
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NBA Restart: Emergence of Michael Porter Jr Making The Denver Nuggets A Dangerous Team

LAKE BUENA VISTA, FL – Thanks to a brilliant all-around game in scoring 23 points, 11 rebounds and two assists in 45 minutes, the emergence of former first round pick swingman Michael Porter Jr has helped make the Denver Nuggets a dangerous team down in Orlando. Porter, the 14th overall pick in the 2018 NBA Draft out of Missouri, the 6’10 22-year-old Porter has averaged 26.6 points and 12.6 rebounds over
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NBA Restart: Mercury Rising! Why The Red-Hot Phoenix Suns Are Raising The Temperature In The Bubble

LAKE BUENA VISTA, FL –  While many have been talking about the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers, Denver Nuggets and Houston Rockets, one team that could be dangerous are the Devon Booker-led Phoenix Suns. 4-0 since the restart, the Suns have beaten Western Conference contenders such as the aforementioned Clippers, Dallas Mavericks and Eastern Conference hopefuls such as the Indiana Pacers and Washington Wizards, thanks to the former Kentucky Wildcat
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NBA Restart: One Day After Locking Up West’s Top Seed, Lakers Look Flat In Double-Digit Loss To Thunder

LAKE BUENA VISTA, FL – One day after clinching the West’s top seed in the restarted NBA season down in the bubble, the Los Angeles Lakers (51-16) laid a proverbial egg in a 105-86 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder (42-25). In a game in which Lebron James scored 19 points in 30 minutes and Anthony Davis added nine points in 29 minutes for a combined 33.3 percent from the
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Rap: British-Iranian Hip Hop Artist Mahan Mehrani A.K.A. “Vorsham” Reminisces on His New Track “Ex Girlfriend ”

Vorsham has been releasing bangers from his home studio for quite some time now. He started recording himself at the age of 15. Now at the age of 18, he has been able to make a name for himself with his unique style. Inspired by the late 2pac , Juice Wrld, his melodic vocals mixed with his solid production and unique flow have created a sound that resonates with his
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Hip-Hop: Is Edthatsmycup/EDDY KRUGER the next big name out of Florida?

It is said that music has no boundaries, and it is true in all means. If you ever try to elaborate on the meaning of Music, it’s huge because there are many styles, instruments, and ways to play the music. Most people use it to express their feeling and transform a piece of art with it. Music is not used for entertainment purposes only, but it can be a career
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Hip/Urban: 5 Iconic Tennis Sneakers

When you think of fire kicks, the first thought that comes to mind are the sneakers we’re used to seeing on the hardwood, right? A big reason why basketball sneakers are so popular is due to the person that actually wears the shoes. Aside from player’s signature sneakers there are plenty of sneakers that became iconic thanks in large part to the players wearing them. Penny made people go crazy
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The History and Progression of Streetwear: From Stussy to Supreme

Did you know that streetwear has been around for almost 40 years already? What was once a humble aesthetic has now substantially flourished into a soaring rank of fashion, organizing itself as a retail force that can’t be ignored. We can see how celebrities are continually selecting athleisure atop all else. Tracksuit bottoms are worn as if they’re jeans, turning streetwear into a much more than a trend or phase.
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Why Chemistry Is The Warriors Truest Weapon

So what is the Golden State Warriors truest weapon? Curry. Durant. Klay. Draymond. Boogie. Five all-stars in one starting set? How about at times they seem off, and at times they are on. And when they are on, they are downright scary? This is not their most pertinent weapon either. A healthy team. Clicking on all cylinders. Shots falling out of the sky from all distances, angles, and forms? Nope.