NBA – Week 34 In Review
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by Jason Oliver
11M ago
The NBA season will end this week in one way or the other. Up 3-1 and heavy favourites in Game 5, it looks likely to end with the Nuggets as champions. Nuggets On The Verge The Denver Nuggets are one win away from their first NBA championship. The Miami Heat managed to pinch a win in Game 2. It ended up as their seventh double-digit comeback win of the postseason which is tied for the most comeback wins in a postseason over the last 25 years. However, they haven’t been able to take that late push into the rest of the series. Despite losing at home in Game 2, the consistency of Denver’s star pl ..read more
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NBA – Week 33 In Review
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by Jason Oliver
11M ago
We’re a game into the 2022-23 NBA Finals and the Denver Nuggets are three wins away from a championship. However, we know better than to rule out the Miami Heat. The Celtics Didn’t Make History It looked as though the Boston Celtics might become the first team in NBA history to come back from 3-0 down to win a playoff series. They entered Game 7 as massive $1.30 and -7.5 favourites to beat the Miami Heat and book their place in the NBA Finals. After living and dying by the three for much of the playoffs, the three-point shot killed them. Boston scored only 82 points in the decider. Making just ..read more
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NBA Finals Preview – Denver Nuggets v Miami Heat
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by Jason Oliver
11M ago
One of the most unpredictable NBA seasons in a long time will end with one of the Denver Nuggets or Miami Heat making history. Following their sweep of the Los Angeles Lakers, the Denver Nuggets are rested and ready to take on a Miami Heat team that needed seven games to beat the Boston Celtics to reach the NBA Finals. It looked as though we’d have the best part of a week to prepare for this series. The Nuggets held up their end of the bargain to beat the Lakers in Game 4. However, the Heat stumbled from 3-0 to needing four more games to seal the series win. Now, either the Nuggets will win th ..read more
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NBA – Week 32 In Review
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by Jason Oliver
11M ago
Against the odds, the Eastern Conference component of the NBA Finals still hasn’t been set as the Celtics look to make history in Game 7. Denver Resting All of the talk after Game 1 ended up around the Los Angeles Lakers and how close they were to clicking. Instead, the Denver Nuggets kicked on to win three more on the bounce to make their first-ever NBA Finals. Not only have they made it, but the Nuggets also earned the best part of a week to rest, recover and plan while the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat battle it out across seven games to earn the right to play the Western Conference champio ..read more
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NBA – Week 31 In Review
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by Jason Oliver
11M ago
The NBA playoffs continue but the Celtics and Lakers will do well to last much longer following poor starts to the Conference Finals. Don’t. Poke. The. Bear There are some players you simply shouldn’t fire up. Dillion Brooks learned that the hard way as the Memphis Grizzlies lost to the Los Angeles Lakers in the second round. In the Conference Finals, it’s Grant Williams and the Boston Celtics learning a hard lesson. Making one three, Williams chirped Jimmy Butler on his way back down the court. That was a mistake… Heat outscored Celtics 22-9 after Grant Williams came at Jimmy Butler. Butler ..read more
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NBA – Eastern Conference Finals Preview
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by Jason Oliver
11M ago
The Boston Celtics and Miami Heat met again in the postseason. Once again, they’re playing for a spot in the NBA Finals. The Boston Celtics and Miami Heat are back at it in the Eastern Conference Finals. Miami advanced through the bubble series before losing to the Los Angeles Lakers in the NBA Finals. Boston took the series in seven games last season but couldn’t get past the Golden State Warriors to win it all. So, we’re back. One of the best rivalries in the league right now tips off another conference finals in which the Celtics are heavy favourites. The centrepieces for each team remain t ..read more
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NBA – Western Conference Finals Preview
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by Jason Oliver
11M ago
Here we go again… In a rematch of the bubble Western Conference decider, the Denver Nuggets take on the Los Angeles Lakers for a place in the NBA Finals. We’re going back to the Bubble for a rematch of the 2020 Western Conference Finals with the Denver Nuggets taking homecourt advantage into their series against the Los Angeles Lakers. The Lakers advanced in that one and went on to win the NBA Finals. The Nuggets, on the other hand, haven’t ever played in a finals series let alone won a championship. It looks like a different story this year, though. The Nuggets are favoured to end the series ..read more
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NBA – Week 30 In Review
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by Jason Oliver
11M ago
The NBA’s Conference Finals are set as LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers advance while Jayson Tatum drags the Boston Celtics through on the back of a superb performance in Game 7. For the Warriors and Suns, on the other hand, it’s time to start thinking about next season and who might be there to start it. Lakers Reach Western Conference Finals Kendrick Perkins tried to tell everybody… Richard Jefferson fell back in his chair and facepalmed when Perkins suggested that the Lakers can “make the conference finals with this roster.” Malika Andrews laughed in his face exclaiming “the Phoenix ..read more
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NBA – Week 29 In Review
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by Jason Oliver
11M ago
The Lakers are climbing the NBA championship market while the Suns slide further down following another busy week of playoff basketball. Meanwhile, James Harden is going the right way about rebranding Playoff Harden with another dominant performance. Lakers Levelling Up LeBron James didn’t take a shot until four minutes into the 4th quarter and the Los Angeles Lakers thumped the Golden State Warriors 127-97. That’s the difference in this Lakers team from earlier in the season. D’Angelo Russell’s early barrage from beyond the arc ended in 21 points for the game. He is coming into his own and ge ..read more
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NBA – Week 28 In Review
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by Jason Oliver
11M ago
The NBA playoffs are rolling on at different speeds but it all came to a shuddering halt for Dillon Brooks and the Memphis Grizzlies. Meanwhile, Jimmy Butler drags the Miami Heat further and the Denver Nuggets remind everybody they’re still contenders. Jimmy Butler, Man This dude… He averaged 37 points, six rebounds and 4.8 assists per game on 67.1% true shooting for the Miami Heat to beat the top-seeded Milwaukee Bucks in the First Round. Butler’s 56 points and Miami’s 15-point comeback is the most points in a comeback playoff win since Michael Jordan did it in Game 3 of the 1992 First Round ..read more
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