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NBA: Los Angeles Lakers Back Out Of Anthony Davis Trade Talks

With the NBA trade deadline now two days away one of the biggest targets in Anthony Davis may be off the market. After a week of attempting to make a trade for the New Orleans Pelicans franchise player the Los Angeles Lakers are reportedly walking away from talks according to Broderick Turner of the Los Angeles Times. According to the report the Lakers cite the asking price of the Pelicans
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2015 NBA Playoffs: Curry Scores 40, Warriors Stun Pelicans In OT, 123-119

NEW ORLEANS – Thanks to MVP frontrunner Steph Curry’s 40 points, the Golden State Warriors pulled off the third-largest comeback in NBA history to beat the New Orleans Pelicans, 123-119. Down 20 points in the fourth quarter, Golden State would rally late—and thanks to Curry’s miraculous game-tying three-pointer with 2.8 seconds remaining in regulation--send the game into overtime. Golden State would go on to take a 3-0 lead in their
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NBA : Anthony Davis Making Case For MVP As Pelicans Continue Playoff Push

Anthony Davis might be the most dominant player in the NBA. Of course, many will point to LeBron, Stephen Curry, and Russell Westbrook, however when healthy there might not be a better option than Davis. Healthy is the key word though, and that's what will likely keep Davis out of MVP discussions--The same can be said for Russell Westbrook--but he sure does make a compelling case. Currently, his 24.7 points
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2012 NBA Draft: Is It The Worst In NBA History?

In 2005 the NBA made the now infamous rule (one-and-done) that put an age limit on when an individual can declare for the draft. Arguably the two biggest impact to the game has been the lack of developing talent at the college level, which has translated to poor play at the professional level. While it became necessary for the league to make changes to the draft, commissioner David Stern failed to understand the ramifications