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Team USA meets Venezuela at the Olympics

Venezuela's men's basketball team has been terminated from the Olympics. Despite the loss, the team is still pleased that they were able to represent Venezuela which seemed impossible in previous years. The Venezuela Men’s Basketball Team was able to reach the Olympics when they won…


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What information does InsideHoops.com provide?

InsideHoops.com is the full package when it comes to basketball sites. This website is the ‘one stop shop’ for all your NBA information. It features daily top stories with rumors and recaps from last night’s games are easily accessed. From the title menu on the left hand side, you…


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Who are Donatas Motiejunas and Brian Roberts?

In the world of sports, every year new amazing players show up in the middle of the game and veterans decide that they need to pass the ball to the next generation. It’s a never-ending cycle of good and amazing players, and the basketball players who made their name this year are Donatas…


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Who is James Naismith?

Dr. James Naismith is known worldwide as the creator of basketball. He was born on November 6, 1861. He was a Canadian and American sports coach, physical education teacher, sporting activities coach, medical professional, chaplain, trainer, and innovator. In 1891, he invented the game of basketball…


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How did Blake Griffin Injure Himself?

Blake Griffin, born in 1989, started playing professional basketball after high school. He is one of the best players on the Los Angeles Clippers team. He is a power forward and valued as a team member and can be relied upon to score. He unfortunately broke the kneecap of his left leg and had to sit…


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Who are two leading players for the NBA Chicago Bulls?

The Chicago Bulls have been blazing the basketball court since 1966. Their greatest success was seen in the 1990’s when the team was led by the Michael Jordan and Phil Jackson who became Hall of Fame members. The Chicago Bulls are perhaps the only NBA basketball franchise that has never lost…


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Get To Know About Basic Rules Involved In Playing Basket Ball

When you want to play basketball just for fun, there is a possibility for you to play alone. But, you can also play in a team with either one, two, three, four or five players on each team. The teams can be mixed with boys and girls or not. While speaking about competition level, a team is composed…


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Useful tips and tricks to handle the basketball

You may be a rookie, a pro or also someone new to the game but in order to play the game, the most important thing you need to know is on how to handle the basketball. The truth is you can't play the game if you don't know how to handle the ball. So, in this article, we will be giving you…


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Breakaway basketball goals

Looking for a ball objective can be a shockingly entangled ordeal. In the event that you have effectively looked for ball bands, you have probably found that there are numerous inquiries you need replied. For instance, there are various sorts of b-ball objectives, for example, unsupported b-ball…


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What James Is Doing To Get Ready

Lebron James has a style that he uses in order to get ready for every single game. This process begins at the end of every game. At this moment, James drinks a lot of fluids that are filled with rich carbohydrates. These carbohydrate fluid drinks keep James hydrated, and they also keep him full of…


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Basketball Greats: Michael Jordan

When you hear of NBA, the first thing-that pops up into your mind is, the legend Michael Jordan. “Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, others made it happen…” these are the words of the “Greatest Basketball Player” of all time who had made it…


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Stephen Curry after NBA Finals Game 5

After the glorious win of Golden State Warriors against Cleveland Cavaliers with a score if 104-91, Stephen Curry, Warriors player seemed to be unwell. After attending the news conference where he discussed his performance in the Game 5, Curry left the place in discomfort and went to the…


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Cavaliers vs. Warriors, NBA Game 5

Cleveland Cavaliers were tied with the Golden State Warriors at a score of 2-2 in the Game 4 of the series. Well, now that the teams went ahead to compete against each other in Game 5, the NBA 2015 Playoffs still continue. Steve Kerr’s adjustments for the Warriors worked out pretty fine in the…


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Major change In NBA Playoff Teams

NBA playoff season would be quite different this year as we can already see the shakeups taking place. There are free agents who have great teams to work with. While there are big names of the NBA that await to do their best in the playoffs. There are 16 playoff participants and they look forward to…


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Irvin’s Knee Injury Because Of Freaky Play

Kyrie Irving is not at all regretting a single move of the match which caused him knee injury. He had a conversation with the reporter while wearing crutches and cast for the first time after he broke his kneecap of left leg in the game 1 of the NBA finals. This Injury has for sure doomed the…


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The Popularity of Basketball In The USA

The attractiveness of a highly energetic game is invariably present among players. Basketball in the USA has achieved the status of an easy and effective form of exercise and entertainment. Its popularity stems from the relatively simple gears it requires. Basketball was designed and invented by the…


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A quick look in basketball rules

The basketball rules constitutes those regulations and directive that govern the course of the game throughout the duration of the play. The rules generally remain the same worldwide. However, some variations are authorized by the various authorities under whom the game is being played. The games,…


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A Summary of Basketball Courts

The playing area where basketball is played is called the basketball court. It consists of a floor area which is rectangular is shape. There are two basket hoops at end of the court. The dimensions of the court differ as per the different associations. The NBA (National Basketball Association)…


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Sim Bhullar embraces his place in NBA history

Kings’ star, Sim Bhullar is used to draw all the attention upon him, being 7-foot-5 tall and weighing 360 pounds. Ever since he signed his 10 days contract with the Sacramento Kings, he attracted a worldwide audience. Being the first NBA player of Indian descent, he was always aware of the…


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Donatas Motiejunas and his national team

Donatas Motiejunas, near misses are not something everyone expected when he joined at Euro Basket in 2013. He and his national team suffered losses in two last games. Two years ago, in Slovenia, Lithuania national team reached the Euro Basket finals, but they lost from Les Bleus. Their success in…


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Syracuse self-imposes a I year postseason ban

Syracuse University current men’s basketball team will not participate in the ACC tournament or any postseason games after the institution issued a self-imposed ban. This comes after an investigation by NCAAinto past transgressions. “The university has taken this matter seriously and…


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Who is the best player on the court?

College basketball is a very big thing in the US and a sure path for good players to a golden future via NBA. Most new players get drafted by NBA teams right form the benches of college. This season it’s said that anything can happen, there are several teams with a chance to win the title and…


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Milwaukee's Larry Sanders Misses Game Number 7

Larry Sanders, who plays center for the Milwaukee Bucks, missed his seventh game in a row Tuesday night, as the Bucks suffered a loss against the Phoenix Suns, 102-96. Sanders was, however, present at the game. Sporting casual attire, he sat on the bench to support his team mates, who have been…


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U of L takes on Northridge without Harrell

The University of Louisville basketball team learned two valuable lessons in its Saturday win at Western Kentucky. First, U of L's young players learned what games are going to be like in hostile road environments. More important in the grand scheme of this season, U of L learned that it can win…


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