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Jr. Williams

Jr. Williams

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The total opposite of your favorite writer - a military vet with a passion for NBA basketball, hip hop classics, and vintage sneakers. Tech engineer by day, shaping my reality in between. Street dreams are made of these....everybody's looking for something.

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Vince Carter is arguably the most talented athlete ever to compete and win the NBA dunk contest, he elevated the All-star weekend to a level we probably won't witness again for another 20 years. Back then, there were no wack hype-men like Kenny Smith introducing a player before they dunked the ball, the only thing required was a high flying player, his dunk, and the rim. People like Kenny Smith have ruined what the dunk contest stood for because he spoils the element of surprise. I miss the format of the old dunk contest, it was less watered down.  Follow me back to All-star weekend, the year is 2000 and Vince Carter's performance is...

Throughout the history of the league, the NBA has celebrated the best players/performers of the game through countless awards and accolades, but what about the players who play the game on the edge night after night, guys who never back down from a challenge, and have your back no matter what happens on the court? I'm talking about an NBA player who would go "H.A.M" at the drop of a dime, the worst of the worst attitudes on the court. Such players could easily work side jobs as bullies-for-hire, and would easily force you to walk on the other side of the street, or perhaps even utilize your body as a human punching bag. I refer to this...

Courtesy of L.A. Lakers Make no mistake about it people, the sh!t-stream sports media are doing the best they can to dumb down the fact that the Lakers basically fired former head coach of Luke Walton. The narrative thus far has been that he (Luke Walton) and the L.A. Lakers organization have mutually parted ways, however, even a blind man can see that this dude got his ass fired. So, please explain this to me, if an employer decides to end your contract, and you've been privy to this information all year, how the f!ck does this equate to "parting ways" ? Simple, the sh*t-stream media are being the puppets they are by continuing to...

The Mount Rushmore of  2018 NFL Super Bowl Predictions (Sports Unbiased) are back this season with one of the most up to date polls on the internet. So far, the 2017-18 season has been a rocky road for some fans as many playoff hopes and dreams are now filled with question marks due to player injuries. Yet, through all the adversity, several teams will scratch and claw their way into the postseason with the ultimate goal of  hoisting the coveted Vince Lombardi trophy. The current NFL standings should give you a general idea of which teams are poised to make the playoffs, however, situations can change in an instant as injuries...

On 10/17/17 During the Cavaliers versus Celtics season opener, Gordon Hayward suffered a grueling season ending injury during the first quarter of what many thought to be a preview of the 2018 Eastern Conference finals, and from that injury instantly the Boston Celtics descended from a conference contender into a playoff hopeful. Although Hayward will arguably miss the entire year, the Celtics still have a young nucleus in Kyrie Irving, Jayson Tatum, and Jaylen Brown -- all players who proved their capability versus the Cavs.  So the impeding question is whether or not the Celtics are doomed. I wouldn't exactly count them out of the...

The NBA regular season has come to an end and now it's time for the fans to vote for our first ever "Sports Unbiased Vlade Divac Flopper of The Year Award." With the NBA's implementation of the new anti-flopping rule in conjunction with cash fines issued to players penalized for flopping you would think players would avoid such a penalty and compete without resorting to such horrible theatrics. The flopping rule was meant to discourage players, however it seems to have become an epidemic, infecting some of the biggest stars in the league. Is flopping wrong? Depends on who you ask, I would answer both yes and no. Yes because it can and...

Craig Sager , the man known for his fashionable yet questionable wardrobe during interviews will not only be remembered for his attire, but also for his many interactions with NBA great Kevin Garnett. The interviews are particularly special because Sager would play the gentle host while Garnett would deliver short but funny jabs at Sagers attire. Sager was always a great sport during the interviews and on some occasions he even roasted back. This collage of videos are dedicated to Craig Sager -- one of the most colorful and respected sports personalities the league has even seen. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltpqPd3t5V0 After...

Note - I purposely spelled respect wrong in the title. Some of you may get it, some of you won't. As you scour the search engines for information related to DeMarcus Cousins, you'd be hard pressed not to find articles headlined with talk of potential trades. Several online sources (mostly rumors) have hinted at the possibility of Cousins joining forces with John Wall in the Nations Capital, and while I think the two would make a formidable two-headed monster, there's a high probability the Wizards would at a minimum have to offer up Bradley Beal in return. As efficient as both players are offensively, I'm not prepared to say that this...
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