Archive for the ‘Eastern Conference’ Category

Cleveland Cavaliers Make Early Statement in Eastern Conference

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The Cleveland Cavaliers have made a formidable start to the defence of their NBA crown, winning their opening four matches of the 2016-17 season. Tyronn Lue’s men proved too much for the Golden State Warriors to handle in the Finals over seven matches, and the two teams appear to be on a collision course to meet again in the Championship game in June next year…

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BULLS WATCH – Wade and Rondo gamble has brought credibility back to the Bulls

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Dwyane Wade and Jimmy Butler both shone as Chicago got their season off to a perfect start with a 105-99 win over the Boston Celtics at the United Centre. The Bulls are one of the most intriguing NBA stories this year…

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ONES TO WATCH: CENTRAL DIVISION – Reviewing Each NBA Team’s Key Player in 2016-17

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In the second part of our NBA Season Preview, we take a look at the key players in the Central Division, where the current Champions Cleveland reside. Can anyone match LeBron and co. in this division? Matt Pegg takes a look…

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Did the Boston Celtics Unbalance the NBA?

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The NBA Season is almost upon us and most experts predict it will once again come down to a battle between the Golden State Warriors and the defending champs, the Cleveland Cavaliers. Both are following a lead set by Boston almost a decade ago, writes Andy Turner…

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ONES TO WATCH: ATLANTIC DIVISION – Reviewing Each NBA Team’s Key Player in 2016-17

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While all the focus will inevitably be on the star studded Golden State Warriors and defending Champion Cleveland Cavaliers this year, don’t sleep on the other NBA stars. Matt Pegg takes a look at who to watch in the Atlantic Division…

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The Lay Up: Week 11 NBA Power Rankings

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After a 5 week absence, the NBA Power Rankings are back! We are now half way through the season and rapidly approaching the All-Star break. We’re in the middle of the trade market, which has seen a number of title contenders add some interesting players to their rosters. Let’s go!

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BullsWatch – “Thank God for Jimmy Butler”

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It’s been a productive couple of weeks for the Bulls who moved up to 4th place in the Eastern Conference standings on the back of some impressive victories. Since the last BullsWatch Chicago have gone 5-1 and on Friday night recorded a fine win in Memphis against the high flying Grizzlies. Let’s recap an interesting fortnight… 

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Celtics Watch: Goodbye, Rondo

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An emergency Celtics Watch after Danny Ainge decided that he needed to make a move and traded Rajon Rondo to the Dallas Mavericks…

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Chicago Bulls better off without Carmelo Anthony

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The Bulls missed out on Carmelo Anthony this past summer, and it seemed to be a big loss at the time. More than a quarter into the 2014-2015 season, Dhruv Koul can clearly see that the Bulls are OK without him…

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Celtics Watch: Fashion Week

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The Celtics were on the road at the Hornets, at home against the Knicks and back on the road against the hapless Sixers this week. Could they go three for three? Don’t be silly…

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