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Sweeps and Creeps: Part 3

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Published on : May 27, 2017

    Welcome back to Sweeps and Creeps, a quick update on all things NBA playoffs. Catch up on the previous entries HERE and HERE. Now, to the court!   The Warriors stay golden and undefeated after doing their sweep thing all over the San Antonio Spurs. […]

Inter-sport Trading: The Dream of the Hometown Fan

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Published on : May 19, 2017

  While there certainly are some exceptions, for the most part I think sports fans grow up rooting for their local teams, riding out the highs and lows while sticking with those teams no matter how bad the tough times can get. I mean, take it from […]

Sweeps and Creeps: Part 2

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Published on : May 18, 2017

  There are only 4 teams left in the NBA playoffs. But from the looks of it, two clear favorites. The Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors. When we last visited the Sweeps and Creeps, both teams were 8-0 in the postseason after each completing sweeps […]

SBS Guide to: H-O-R-S-E

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Published on : May 13, 2017

  H-O-R-S-E is a basketball skills/shooting competition that can be enjoyed with any number of players (2 minimum). This driveway staple has been providing NBA inspired thrills for decades. It’s one of the truly perfect and simple games that will live forever because it’s easy to play […]

Sweeps and Creeps: the NBA playoffs

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Published on : May 10, 2017

    We are knee-deep into the NBA playoffs and some strange trends have emerged. Most notably, all the sweeps. Both the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors are 8-0 in the postseason so far. That’s never happened before. Meaning, both teams have swept through the […]

SBS Film Vault: Like Mike

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Published on : April 19, 2017

    2002’s Like Mike is another orphan sports story just like Angels in the Outfield. But our hero isn’t watching from the sidelines, he ends up balling with real NBA pros. It’s really like Angels in the Outfield mixed with something like Rookie of the Year. But with basketball. Time to […]

MVP or not, no one is more valuable than LeBron

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Published on : April 15, 2017

    I normally don’t get too worked up about MVP awards in any sport. They are fun to argue about, and I’m sure they look nice in a man cave, but true great athletes strive for championships, not personal awards. And in the NBA, we’re reminded […]

The Sports Oscars

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Published on : March 30, 2017

    Award season has come and gone. And in honor of the recent 89th Academy Awards, ScoreBoredSports would like to present the 1st annual Sports Oscars. Just what America needs, another award show! Press your tux and fill your flask because it’s time to walk the […]

Can We Hit the Mute Button on LaVar Ball Already?

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Published on : March 24, 2017

    In the 2004 movie Napolean Dynamite, the main character’s uncle, Uncle Rico, has some classic lines that depict a type of person that chances are we all know, or have had conversations with at some point or another. In the movie, Uncle Rico, in an […]

Russell Westbrook for MVP, Mostly Very Petty

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Published on : February 23, 2017

    I can imagine being Russell Westbrook, somewhere on vacation on July 4th, 2016. He’s probably picking out some USA themed crop top with skinny jeans, shoes are optional with this guy. As he is putting together this glorious outfit, he starts to get so many […]

Andre Drummond and Reggie Jackson: Someone has to go

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Published on : February 17, 2017

      To say that this year’s Detroit Pistons have underachieved compared to what everyone expected prior to the season would be an understatement. As we enter All-Star weekend the Pistons have a 27-30 record and currently sit in the 8th seed in the NBA’s Eastern Conference. […]

How Trump will change the world of sports

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Published on : February 16, 2017

  The Donald is President and he is only weeks into the job and already looking to ruin everything from the environment to education to healthcare. Why would professional sports get a pass? Let’s use our political magic 8-ball and try and guess how Trump will destroy […]

Being butthurt over Durant’s departure is not a good look for Westbrook

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Published on : January 20, 2017

    In today’s professional sports landscape, loyalty isn’t something that rules supreme. With the salary cap, and the very limited window in which pro athletes have to capitalize on their talents, one can’t afford to risk being loyal to a team. It has been made clear […]

The Pistons are going back to Detroit!

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Published on : November 23, 2016

    For the first time since 1978, the Detroit Pistons will play basketball in the city of Detroit. The team announced on Tuesday that they would begin playing games within city limits beginning next season. It’s a big win for citizens of the city and basketball […]

2016-17 NBA Western Conference Preview

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Published on : October 27, 2016

  The NBA season is underway. I’ve already given you my forecast for the Eastern Conference, so let’s head to the Western Conference and see where it stands. There are some new faces in new places that may alter the pecking order of the conference.   15. […]

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