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Jun 19, 12

As a high school basketball coach, you will face many challenges. It becomes about more than just playing the game or the “experience”. While it’s important to keep youth sports fun, many players are there to try to earn scholarships, get noticed by scouts or at least to showcase their talents and hone their skills more…

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Is Patrick Ewing the best possible candidate to coach the Charlotte Bobcats? This is a genuine question that many people out there should be willing to ask. There is no doubt that Patrick Ewing would likely work well with Kentucky big man and projected number one overall pick Anthony Davis, but is Patrick Ewing too soft spoken to…

read more Apr 17, 12

Dwight Howard should not want Stan Van Gundy to be fired.  It takes a certain amount of leadership to put a franchise on your back and try to lead them to an NBA Championship.  The pressure may be too much for some NBA players.  I think some people began to question whether LeBron James and Chris Bosh could truly end up handling…

read more Apr 17, 12

Reggie Miller will be inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame on September 7th, 2012  Reggie Miller and the Indiana Pacers of the 1990’s were what got me interested in basketball.  I would watch basketball with my father and because of the NBA playoff games on NBC with the likes of Marv Albert and Bill Walton my dad…

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Commentary by Tyler Mills Tracy McGrady does not deserve to be in the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.  He was an outstanding superstar for six years and he deserves credit for that, but I simply do not think his accomplishments are Hall of Fame worthy.  Tracy McGrady says he feels he is a Hall of Famer, but a player who does not…

read more Mar 28, 12

by Tyler Mills John Groce is moving on up in the world of college coaching.  The fact that Groce is reportedly about to land the head coaching job for the University of Illinois men’s basketball team is a sign of how important recruiting is for the alumni.   A number of people who were close to the situation were constantly…

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