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    Goodbyes and New Beginnings…

    Thank you for reading this blog! Whoever, whenever, wherever you do your reading, we thank you as the Buzzer Beater team for your support. Due to Blog.com’s stability issues that often crash the site altogether, I can no longer with good conscience say that it’s the place I want to continue to develop this blog [...]

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  • Miami Trio

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    Can the Heat Three-Peat?

    Can the Heat complete their domination of the NBA with a three-peat? Can LeBron win the fourth MVP in a row? There have been countless skeptics on their way to their second championship, but I’m here to actually prove to you why they are not winning three in a row. Here’s why: History There has [...]

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  • Bledsoe

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    The Big Trades: What I Think

    Seeing this article, you might gasp at your screen in surprise “It’s not Friday yet, NBACommentary!”. But since on Friday I will be on a 8-hour long road-trip to Brown University for a summer program, I can hardly think of a better alternative than to write this right now. Without wasting time, let’s get straight [...]

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  • Dwight Howard, now a Rocket

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    Dwightmare: The Sequel

    If you’ve heard it, good for you. If not, Howard has moved teams AGAIN; this time joining Harden and his young running mates in Houston. Now, from a basketball standpoint, it’s obvious from several aspects that Houston is the best place for Howard to be. First of all, the group he’s with is better for [...]

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  • Anthony Bennett

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    2012-13 NBA Draft: The Complete Breakdown

    Watching the draft yesterday, it was almost hard to process; the way it turned out was completely beyond mine and probably any other commentator’s wildest dreams. But before all of that, I would like to voice my sincere congratulations to David Stern on a great careers and for staying the course amid controversies – he [...]

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    On Miami’s New Championship – Why Dwayne Wade Needs to be Traded

    Congratulations to the Miami Heat, who won the 2012-13 season NBA championship. I never thought I’d say this, but I was impressed with this team’s resilience and character as they bounced back and won the games they needed to. On the other side of the coin, my condolences are with the Spurs and Spurs Nation [...]

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  • Spurs v. Heat 2013

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    Winner Takes All – The 2012-2013 NBA Finals

    Obviously there have been quite a few big stories in the past week of the NBA (such as the mysterious Denver Nuggets, who have released both their Coach and Executive of the year). However, none were bigger than the Finals match-up which was recently set: The San Antonio Spurs will face off against the Miami [...]

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  • Raps Huddle

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    Are the Raptors Ready?

    Starting with the nomination of Tim Leiweke and ending with the firing of Colangelo, it appears that the disappointing Raptors team is ready to take a new step forward. In fact, as of today, former Nuggets Gm, Masai Ujiri, has left the mile-high city to rebuild Toronto’s squad. Now, Leiweke and Ujiri are no new [...]

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  • Paul George v. LeBron James

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    Can the Pacers beat the Heat?

    In comparison to the 2-0 San Antonio lead, the series played in Miami over the course of last week seemed much tighter — that’s because it is. Over two games, neither the Pacers nor the Heat have held more than a 7-point advantage. In game 1, LeBron’s clutch lay-in and triple double helped the Heat [...]

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  • OKC Huddles

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    Going for the Big Fish – NBA Off-Season Plans

    *Because of multiple server issues that blog.com experiences, I have started a new, more stable website with WordPress which can be found at thebuzzerbeaterblog.wordpress.com In the futre, posts will be uploaded on both sites, if you wish, you may continue to use this website, but it does crash quite often.* Wow. At this stage of [...]

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Goodbyes and New Beginnings…

Thank you for reading this blog! Whoever, whenever, wherever you do your reading, we thank you as the Buzzer Beater team for your support. Due to Blog.com’s stability issues that often crash the site altogether, I can no longer with good conscience say that it’s the place I want to continue to develop this blog [...]

Miami Trio

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Can the Heat Three-Peat?

Can the Heat complete their domination of the NBA with a three-peat? Can LeBron win the fourth MVP in a row? There have been countless skeptics on their way to their second championship, but I’m here to actually prove to you why they are not winning three in a row. Here’s why: History There has [...]

Bledsoe

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The Big Trades: What I Think

Seeing this article, you might gasp at your screen in surprise “It’s not Friday yet, NBACommentary!”. But since on Friday I will be on a 8-hour long road-trip to Brown University for a summer program, I can hardly think of a better alternative than to write this right now. Without wasting time, let’s get straight [...]

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Goodbyes and New Beginnings…

Posted by NBA Commentary August 24, 2013

Thank you for reading this blog! Whoever, whenever, wherever you do your reading, we thank you as the Buzzer Beater team for your support. Due to Blog.com’s stability issues that often crash the site altogether, I can no longer with good conscience say that it’s the place I want to continue to develop this blog [...]

Miami Trio

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Can the Heat Three-Peat?

Posted by NBA Commentary August 4, 2013

Can the Heat complete their domination of the NBA with a three-peat? Can LeBron win the fourth MVP in a row? There have been countless skeptics on their way to their second championship, but I’m here to actually prove to you why they are not winning three in a row. Here’s why: History There has [...]

Bledsoe

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The Big Trades: What I Think

Posted by NBA Commentary July 10, 2013

Seeing this article, you might gasp at your screen in surprise “It’s not Friday yet, NBACommentary!”. But since on Friday I will be on a 8-hour long road-trip to Brown University for a summer program, I can hardly think of a better alternative than to write this right now. Without wasting time, let’s get straight [...]

Dwight Howard, now a Rocket

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Dwightmare: The Sequel

Posted by NBA Commentary July 6, 2013

If you’ve heard it, good for you. If not, Howard has moved teams AGAIN; this time joining Harden and his young running mates in Houston. Now, from a basketball standpoint, it’s obvious from several aspects that Houston is the best place for Howard to be. First of all, the group he’s with is better for [...]

Anthony Bennett

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2012-13 NBA Draft: The Complete Breakdown

Posted by NBA Commentary June 28, 2013

Watching the draft yesterday, it was almost hard to process; the way it turned out was completely beyond mine and probably any other commentator’s wildest dreams. But before all of that, I would like to voice my sincere congratulations to David Stern on a great careers and for staying the course amid controversies – he [...]

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On Miami’s New Championship – Why Dwayne Wade Needs to be Traded

Posted by NBA Commentary June 22, 2013

Congratulations to the Miami Heat, who won the 2012-13 season NBA championship. I never thought I’d say this, but I was impressed with this team’s resilience and character as they bounced back and won the games they needed to. On the other side of the coin, my condolences are with the Spurs and Spurs Nation [...]

Spurs v. Heat 2013

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Winner Takes All – The 2012-2013 NBA Finals

Posted by NBA Commentary June 7, 2013

Obviously there have been quite a few big stories in the past week of the NBA (such as the mysterious Denver Nuggets, who have released both their Coach and Executive of the year). However, none were bigger than the Finals match-up which was recently set: The San Antonio Spurs will face off against the Miami [...]

Raps Huddle

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Are the Raptors Ready?

Posted by NBA Commentary May 31, 2013

Starting with the nomination of Tim Leiweke and ending with the firing of Colangelo, it appears that the disappointing Raptors team is ready to take a new step forward. In fact, as of today, former Nuggets Gm, Masai Ujiri, has left the mile-high city to rebuild Toronto’s squad. Now, Leiweke and Ujiri are no new [...]

Paul George v. LeBron James

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Can the Pacers beat the Heat?

Posted by NBA Commentary May 25, 2013

In comparison to the 2-0 San Antonio lead, the series played in Miami over the course of last week seemed much tighter — that’s because it is. Over two games, neither the Pacers nor the Heat have held more than a 7-point advantage. In game 1, LeBron’s clutch lay-in and triple double helped the Heat [...]

OKC Huddles

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Going for the Big Fish – NBA Off-Season Plans

Posted by NBA Commentary May 19, 2013

*Because of multiple server issues that blog.com experiences, I have started a new, more stable website with WordPress which can be found at thebuzzerbeaterblog.wordpress.com In the futre, posts will be uploaded on both sites, if you wish, you may continue to use this website, but it does crash quite often.* Wow. At this stage of [...]

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