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Steve Kerr Reveals Truth About Infamous Bust-Up With Michael Jordan

Former Chicago Bulls guard Steve Kerr has outlined that he remembers the now famous bust-up between himself and teammate Michael Jordan differently to how MJ described it in ‘The Last Dance.’ The 10-part docu-series depicted Jordan’s time with the Bulls in the 90s on their way to six NBA Championships with one section focussing on MJ’s relationship with his teammates. …

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Can You Get Full Marks In This Ultimate Michael Jordan Quiz?

It’s been two weeks since the final episode of ESPN’s docu-series, ‘The Last Dance’ about Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls in the 1990s, aired. The Last Dance captivated audiences across the globe, with its brilliant portrayal of basketball’s greatest ever player and the dynasty he helped create in Chicago. For those of you pining for more Jordan we’ve decided …

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Resurfaced Recording Contradicts Michael Jordan’s Dream Team Claims

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Michael Jordan’s claims surrounding the Dream Team have been called into question after a resurfaced audio recording of the basketball legend contradicted what he said in ESPN’s documentary, The Last Dance. The USA basketball team for the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona included 11 future Hall of Famers, however, one notable absentee included two-time NBA champion, Isiah Thomas. Thomas and …

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Scottie Pippen Reportedly “Livid” At Michael Jordan For Portrayal In Last Dance

Scottie Pippen is reportedly “beyond livid” at how Michael Jordan portrayed him in ESPN’s hit docu-series ‘The Last Dance’ about the Chicago Bulls in the 1990s. The 10-part series has received widespread acclaim however Pippen, who was heavily featured throughout as one of the franchise’s most important pieces, is said to be less than pleased at how he was depicted. …

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Michael Jordan Reportedly Wouldn’t Let Teammate Eat After Bad Games

The early episodes of ESPN’s exceptional “Last Dance” docu-series has already shown us that Michael Jordan wasn’t always the easiest teammate to play with. It’s likely that the coming weeks will continue to show the ruthless, win at all costs side of Jordan, who is widely considered the greatest basketball player who ever lived. The first glimpse the public got …

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Jimmy Butler Traded To Minnesota Timberwolves

A potential new ‘Big Three’ could be forming in Minnesota. The Chicago Bulls have traded three time All-Star Guard Jimmy Butler and the 16th draft pick to Minnesota, in exchange for Zach LaVine, Kris Dunn and the seventh pick. The Bulls used this pick to select seven-foot Finn, Lauri Makkanen. The Timberwolves used their pick to select Justin Patton. The …

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Nba Finals Game 4 – Deep Dive and How the Game Was Won and Lost

The Golden State Warriors have evened the series at 2 games a piece, triumphing over The Cleveland Cavaliers 103-82 Tuesday night. That scoreline flatters them slightly, this was a competitive game through three quarters. Here I will look at where the game was won and lost. The phrase must win was created for game 4 of The 2015 NBA Finals. …

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The NBA Finals – The Weirdest Moments So Far

Game 4 of the NBA Finals was packed with all sorts of funky moments that if you saw just one of would make them instantly memorable, but to have so many was truly hilarious. The Quicken Loans arena lends itself to moments of goofyness, watching games on T.V from their it often feels like more than a religious experience than …

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How The Cavs Won Game 3 & The Adjustments GSW Must Make

Conor O’Mahony looks at how the Cavs won game three and the adjustments GSW must make.  _____ Cavs Defence On Steph Curry Watching Curry play in game 3 of the finals through the first three quarters, a thought began to form in my mind. Curry was playing like LeBron did in the 2011 NBA Finals vs the Dirk Nowitski-led Dallas …

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Warriors Win Game 1- Talking Points

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Game 1 was all kinds of amazing. However I really feel that the Cleveland Cavaliers had to win last night to have any hope of knocking off the Golden State Warriors. Lets run it back, and I’ll explain why. The Cavs Played as Well as they Can and Still Lost. LeBron played out of his mind, going off for 44 …

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NBA Playoffs: Predicting The Eastern & Western Conference Finals

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Finally after 82 games, endless debates, devastating dunks, clutch jumpers and last second drama, we have arrived at the NBA Playoffs. The date that every basketball fan around the world circles on his calendar has arrived; the Promised Land where potential becomes realised, favourite tags are ripped to shreds, and where anything can and will happen. It’s a three-month roller-coaster …

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The NBA Playoffs Are Finally Upon Us!

It’s a tragedy that the commencement of the NBA Playoffs always coincides with dreaded University thesis deadlines.  While some of us manage to chug berocca tablets so as to stay awake for West coast playoff games, sitting down and articulating your thoughts along with a degree defining hypothesis is perhaps a step too far. There are certain times of year …

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Kyrie Irving Misreads Shot Clock, Casually Buckets From Downtown

“Get buckets! I get buckets!” Kyrie Irving got buckets in true Uncle Drew style against Chicago on Sunday.   Cleveland’s Kyrie Irving misread the shot clock during Sunday’s 99-94 win over the Chicago Bulls and all too easily sank a jumper from way downtown when the pressure was on. Irving incorrectly thought he had 22 seconds left when he inbounded …

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