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2015 NBA Playoffs Debate: Cleveland Cavaliers vs. the Miami Heat
LeBron James has once again shocked the world by deciding to leave the Miami Heat — a team in which he has lead to four consecutive NBA Finals appearances and two NBA championship banners, to return to where his superstar career began – Cleveland, Ohio. When it is all said and done, when his NBA career finally comes to an...
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Dwyane Wade, The Real Mr. Miami
Dwyane Wade – basketball superstar, champion, hometown hero, father and fashion-designer. With the main spotlight recently being cast on every other free agent in the NBA, Dwyane Wade has been flying under the radar. Although lately he has had little media attention, we continue to keep tabs on Miami’s main man. Rumors this post-season that D-Wade might consider leaving the Miami...
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Ray Allen: The Decision
(Photo courtesy of the Miami Heat) Ray Allen is still yet to make one of the most important decisions of his career; retire, or play one more year? Although the anticipation has us on the edge of our seats, Allen does not seem to be in any rush to make up his mind. Ray Allen has been a part of...
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MLB News: Chicago Cubs file lawsuit against fake mascot
Before the 2014 baseball season was underway the Chicago Cubs upset some of their fans by introducing Clark, the new team mascot that would coincide with rebuilding process of the Theo Epstein era. The newest addition to the Cubs family was viewed as “childish” by many Cubs faithful, who appreciated the Cubs long history of not having a masked character...
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Charlotte Hornets Upgrade Roster: The Swarm is coming to the NBA
Buzz City is making moves to make themselves relevant in the NBA.  The Charlotte Bobcats and their lowly records and stats started to fade into NBA history on May 20 and the team officially became the Charlotte Hornets once again.  Charlotte was home to the Hornets from 1988 to 2002, but the team moved to New Orleans and eventually became...