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NBA Playoffs Stats Of The Day– April 19, 2017

NBA Playoffs Stats Of The Day-- April 19, 2017 1. Rajon Rondo with a very Rajon Rondo game. Rajon Rondo is the first player to have a line of 11 PTS, 14 AST, 9 REB & 5 STL in the #NBAPlayoffs since...Rajon Rondo in 2009. pic.twitter.com/6mmlvDXiAg — NBA.com/Stats (@nbastats) April 19, 2017 And the 14 dimes ties Kirk Hinrich and Michael Jordan for the Bulls playoffs record-- in only his second playoff game in a Chicago uniform. 2. Despite the presence of ghastly FT shooters like DeAndre Read More

NBA Playoffs 2017 Round 1 Predictions

The NBA playoffs are here so it's time to sound like an idiot again and predict the winners of the first round. You know what they have said about this year's playoffs-- that it's only going to be a collision course between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors. While that conclusion makes sense, we cannot be absolutely sure because anything can happen-- whether it's injuries (hope not) or just simply one team outplaying either one of the favorites. So before we get carried away Read More

7 Biggest Surprises Of The 2016 NBA Season

Playoffs is just around the corner and what better way to celebrate the end of the long-grinding, 82-game season than reflect on the abundance of feel-good stories. Here's seven of them, ladies and gentlemen: 1. Bulls missing the post-season. Before  the Chicago Bulls decides to flip the Tom Thibodeau chapter in their books, experts assumed that the drop-off on defense will simply be compensated by a free-flowing, spacing-oriented offense under Billy Donovan. *Buzzer sounds* Wrong! Injuries Read More

January 16, 2016– Fascinating NBA Stats Of The Day

1. Day of triple-doubles. Owners of Hassan Whiteside, Russell Westbrook, and Marcus Smart were having a field day last night. All three of them recorded triple doubles, the most impressive one on Whiteside. The Miami Heat big man stepped up without Dwyane Wade, tallying 19 points, 17 rebounds, and a crazy 11 blocks! Westrbook and Smart were not so bad, dropping almost the same numbers. The Thunder dynamo had 12 points, 11 rebounds, and 10 assists while Smart had 10 points, 11 rebounds, and 11 Read More