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According to the NBA section of this Investopedia article, each season there is a "playoff kitty" which is divvied up amongst the various teams dependent on performance, from which the teams can choose how to distribute amongst players. Here's the ex
Where Can I Watch NCAA Basketball Games Free? College sports are extremely popular in the United States and college basketball is no exception. Why are college sports so popular? Perhaps it's because people can identify with these colleges more, they
Tom Pennington/Getty Images Earlier this year, we took a look at the five oldest active players in the NBA. Then more recently, we broke down the four youngest squads in the league. Today brings us an analysis on the other side of the spectrum with t
As promised, I'm trying to make some of the documentation I'm working on available while it's still in progress. .
Based on revenue, the four major professional sports leagues in the United States are Major League Baseball (MLB), the National Basketball Association (NBA), the National Football League (NFL), and the National Hockey League (NHL). All four enjoy wid
First, the three-point line was introduced in the NBA for the 1979-1980 season(1). Therefore, every game before that season did not include a single three-pointer. Does someone [know] of an example of [an] NBA game in which one team did not score
Does anyone know the history of Michael Jordan's licensing of his name and brand to video game companies? Jordan appeared in Tecmo NBA Basketball, released in November 1992, which included rosters for the 1991-1992 NBA Season. Around 1992, Jordan opt
At first, Jose Altuve was a novelty act, a little guy who could spray line drives all over the place and steal some bases. Then he became an All-Star. Then he got better
NBA basketball can be a very strategic game. Here are some of the frequently asked questions about hoops strategies. TimeoutsFoulsDefensive StrategiesOffensive StrategiesNear the End of the Game Timeouts How many timeouts does each team get in a regu
Yes, in the NCAA when the ball is shot, after it has left the hand of the shooter, it is in possession of neither team. Therefore anyone, including the shooter, can catch the ball, resume dribbling or pass/shoot. The referee must determine that it wa