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To say that Cleveland retooled over the offseason would be a complete understatement. In just six years, the organization has gone from Eastern Conference favorites, to three-time lottery winers, and back to title contenders. With a loaded big three, it seems like the Cavs are championship bound, but don’t forget what happened the last time that a team tried to quickly slap together a title contender around LeBron James.

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It’s okay to have fun watching the 2014-15 Knicks

Regardless of what type of basketball fan you are, you should read Tom Ziller’s recent piece on why fans should learn to enjoy watching basketball again. Ziller argues—and it’s something I personally agree with—that watching the NBA (especially while on social media, which if we’re being honest, is the way most of us watch nowadays) …

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While most people have been waiting since the summer to watch LeBron James and the Cavs, basketball nerds like myself have been anticipating the unselfishness between Pau Gasol and Joakim Noah,  the identity of Nikola Mirotic, and most importantly, Dougie McBuckets! Opening night is finally here and the Knicks will have their hands full with …

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New York Knicks Weekly Preview – October 28th

Knicks fans are none too happy with Adam Silver, as they start their season off against the best two teams in the Eastern Conference. Aside from the actual games, the Derek Fisher still needs to figure out a rotation as he gets his feet wet as an NBA coach for the first time. Here’s what …

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TOK Roundtable – Will The Knicks Make The Playoffs?

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Last year, the Texas Triangle trip was supposed to turn the season around. Now, the Knicks have a new triangle to show off to their Southwestern foes, but how will they fare against the likes of the Spurs, Rockets, and Mavericks?