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Season Preview: Will the Phoenix Suns Wow the West?

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For Suns fans, the current playoff drought has endured since the 2009-10 season which saw the team win 54 games, make the playoffs, and have their championship aspirations squandered four games into the Conference Finals against the Los Angeles Lakers. Since that time, the team has accumulated three seasons in which they did not win more than 30 games, finishing ... Read More »

Report: Legalized Sports Betting Is Gaining Political and Public Acceptance

A recent estimate found that if sports betting were legalized nationwide, Gross Domestic Product would increase by $11.6 billion and more than 125,000 jobs would be created. A new Reason Foundation policy brief examines the growing acceptance sports betting, the negative black market effects of today’s prohibition, the potential benefits of legalizing sports gambling, and the constitutionality of the Professional ... Read More »

Gotham Ballers to take over NYC region this Summer; New ‘Champions League’ will Feature ex-NBA stars and Give Fans Up-Close Access to the Game: w/ Exclusive Interview with Ballers Coach John Wallace

By Bryan Revello and Tom Rottkamp Hoops fans and those longing for a taste of the NBA during the off-season will have something new to look forward to this summer as the Champions League will make its anticipated debut in July. This brand new 16-team league will feature players that have recently starred in the NBA and will provide basketball entertainment in ... Read More »

10.2 SECONDS . . . . . AND COUNTING

By Tom Rottkamp of NassauBasketball.com The Last Play of the Game March 12, 2017 LI AA Championship at Stony Brook Westbury vs. Hills East Jalyn Dunlap’s fantastic putback gave Westbury a 1 point lead with 10.5 seconds to play. As the ball circled the rim and then fell through the net, Westbury guard Darius Young bounced over to Hills pg ... Read More »

BROOKLYN NETS CELEBRATE BLACK HISTORY MONTH

The Brooklyn Nets will celebrate Black History Month throughout February with special national anthem performances, community initiatives, and in-game recognition of black leaders and heroes.   The celebration will tip off on Wednesday, Feb. 1 at Barclays Center, before the Nets vs. Knicks game, with a national anthem performance by the McDonald’s Gospel Super Choir, which holds a Guinness World ... Read More »