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Dwight Howard’s Last Chance “Spark Plug” Role In Los Angeles

Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard’s days as a National Basketball Association superstar are over. Done, dead, and gone forever. Despite being gifted with incredible height, length, and athleticism, the Atlanta, Georgia native’s story is one well documented with highs and lows that range from a myriad of injuries to personality clashes with coaches, executives, 

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Mamba Mentality: Kobe Was The Last Of An Extinct Breed, Not Found In Modern NBA

“He was a guy who was competitive, a shark who was seeking blood in the water. His arrogance coming into the game was almost rude. I remember watching him in his first All-Star Game, and I thought he was disrespectful in how he approached the game. But he was always challenging, always trying to go

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LAL 120 MEM 91: AD Dominant As “Showtime” Reloaded Heats Up [Watch]

Full Game Highlights LeBron’s Halfcourt Alley-Oop To AD AD Postgame Interview LeBron: “I don’t think Anthony Davis scratched the surface yet” CLICK HERE to LIKE The 5 O’Clock Shadow on Facebook for More Highlights, Cartoons, Memes, and Analysis

Charles Barkley: “Kawhi Is A Better Player Than LeBron”

Just two days into the current National Basketball Association season, legendary Hall-of-Famer and current TNT analyst Charles Barkley is making waves with his recent take on the LeBron James/Kawhi Leonard “King of LA” saga. During an interview Wednesday with Ben Golliver of the Washington Post, the outspoken basketball icon touched on the subject and had

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Clips Edge Lakers In Battle For Los Angeles: Kawhi Outshines “Rusty” LeBron

The NBA kicked off its new season on Tuesday night, with a back-to-back slate of games airing on TNT. There were two things happening during the matchup between the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers, and they were glaringly obvious. The first being the depth of the Clippers’ roster, which is exceptional and far

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Jordan on Curry: “Not A Hall Of Famer Yet”

Michael Jordan is possibly the most-transcending figure the game of basketball has ever seen. After winning six NBA championships in his career, garnering a multitude of individual accolades and records, and building a billion dollar business with Jordan brand shoes and apparel, his royal “airness” carries more weight in basketball circles than anyone throughout the

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Lakers Blow Out Curry-less Warriors 126-92

After subjecting himself to wide-spread criticism, LeBron James laid the media focal point to rest and made it clear he will no longer discuss the NBA/China controversy. With the distraction in James’ rear-view mirror, the Los Angeles Lakers returned to the court for a preseason tilt against the Golden State Warriors. The new-look team came

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LeBron On Rockets GM: “Misinformed And Not Educated” On China; Twitter Goes Crazy

Prior to Monday’s preseason game between the Los Angeles Lakers and Golden State Warriors, forward LeBron James spoke with members of the media regarding the NBA’s recent controversy related to Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey’s tweet supporting anti-communist protesters in Hong Kong. James went to Twitter late Monday night to clarify his stance, and as

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