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The 2014–15 NBA season was the 69th season of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The NBA draft took place on June 26, 2014, at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, where Andrew Wiggins was selected first overall. The regular season began on Tuesday,
Expectations were high for the Chicago Bulls in Michael Jordan's first full season back from his 17-month retirement, and they became even higher just before training camp opened when the Bulls dealt workmanlike center Will Perdue to San Antonio for
The third-leading scorer in NBA history, hit in recent years by injuries that made too many of his final contests a struggle, completed his glorious 20-year career with the style that made him a five-time NBA champion. Bryant, who left the game with
About Nice Guy (also known as Nice Guy™ or the Nice Guy Syndrome) is a pejorative term referring to a social stereotype commonly associated with young adult males who view themselves as caring and emphatic gentlemen in courtship to increase their pot
— Here's good news for Golden State: It's not over. Close, but not over. There are nine teams in NBA history who have successfully overcome 3-1 deficits to win a series, which is the task the defending champion Warriors now face in their Western Conf
Let me first define a comeback. Whether football has more comebacks or not will be based on this definition. A comeback in football should be defined as one in which there is a two goal lead
When or when not. That a dribble is "completed" , is although defined by the NBA Rules. Ultimately it is the Referees that rule the game
Is there a stat for number of missed “open look” shots in an NBA basketball game? Not for a specific game that I was able to find, but NBA. com appears to have this statistic over a period of time. From NBA
Glossary Players on pace to play 500 or more minutes *To qualify: a player must have played 6. 09 MPG. TS%: True Shooting Percentage - what a player's shooting percentage would be if we accounted for free throws and 3-pointers
There isn't really a verifiable source on this, unfortunately, without perhaps doing a ton of research of old television announcers. I've never seen that. What I have found so far, is that it likely dates back to urban slang, popular on the east cost