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Video: Wade Puts Evan Turner On Skates x LeBron Dunks On 76ers

April 19, 2011 by  
Filed under NBA, Sports

Everyone thought the Miami Heat would demolish the Philadelphia 76ers as we were going into this playoff series between the two. In game 1, the 76ers showed some heart and put up a fight to the shock of everyone. In game 2 though, it looked like an NBA team verse a low level D1 college team as everyone on the Heat got theirs and the 76ers struggled to get theirs. The game could be recapped in 2 plays, Dwyane Wade putting Evan Turner on skates with a sick crossover step-back for the baseline jumper and then a LeBron James fast break alley-oop on Jrue Holiday.

DimeTV: What NBA Rookies Are Listening To And What They’re Buying

October 26, 2010 by  
Filed under NBA, Sports

Dime’s AP got the chance to ask all of this year’s NBA Rookie Class (John Wall, DeMarcus Cousins, Evan Turner, etc.) what they got in their iPod playlists as well as what they bought after they received their first NBA paycheck.  The general consensus is that they’re listening to Drake, Jay-Z, Lil’ Wayne, Kanye West, Gucci Mane, Young Jeezy, and Rick Ross while Jeremy Lin is bumping some Christina music.  Most of the rookies also spent their first NBA money on a new car, a house for their mom or themselves, or … food.  Hit the jump for the other DimeTV video.

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2010 NBA Draft Results

June 25, 2010 by  
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The first three picks of last night’s draft stayed on track as everyone had anticipated – John Wall at #1, Evan Turner at #2, and Derrick Favors at #3.  In my opinion, last night was realtively quiet as there wasn’t any blockbuster trades or even any surprise draft picks or any major players slipping through the picks.  Check out the first round result below and the second round after the jump:

1. Washington Wizards - John Wall (PG)
2. Philadelphia 76ers - Evan Turner (SG)
3. New Jersey Nets - Derrick Favors (PF)
4. Minnesota Timberwolves - Wesley Johnson (SF)
5. Sacramento Kings - DeMarcus Cousins (C)
6. Golden State Warriors - Ekpe Udoh (PF)
7. Detroit Pistons - Greg Monroe (PF)
8. Los Angeles Clippers - Al-Farouq Aminu (SF)
9. Utah Jazz - Gordon Hayward (SF)
10. Indiana Pacers - Paul George (SF)
11. New Orleans – Hornets Cole Aldrich (C)
12. Memphis Grizzlies - Xavier Henry (SG)
13. Toronto Raptors - Ed Davis (PF)
14. Houston Rockets - Patrick Patterson (PF)
15. Milwaukee Bucks - Larry Sanders (PF)
16. Minnesota Timberwolves - Luke Babbitt (SF)
17. Chicago Bulls - Kevin Seraphin (PF)
18. Oklahoma City Thunder - Eric Bledsoe (PG)
19. Boston Celtics - Avery Bradley (SG)
20. San Antonio Spurs - James Anderson (SG)
21. Oklahoma City Thunder - Craig Brackins (PF)
22. Portland Trail Blazers - Elliot Williams (SG)
23. Minnesota Timberwolves - Trevor Booker (PF)
24. Atlanta Hawks - Damion James (SF)
25. Memphis Grizzlies - Dominique Jones (SG)
26. Oklahoma City Thunder - Quincy Pondexter (SF)
27. New Jersey Nets - Jordan Crawford (SG)
28. Memphis Grizzlies – Greivis Vasquez (SG)
29. Orlando Magic - Daniel Orton (C)
30. Washington Wizards - Lazar Hayward (SF)

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March Madness Is Almost Here!

March 12, 2010 by  
Filed under NCAA Basketball, Sports

The greatest sports event of the year is right around the corner!  With Selection Sunday only two days away, bubbles are being popped, Cinderellas are waiting to shock the world, and the big dogs are putting on a show in their respective conference tournaments.  Earlier today, Ohio State’s Evan Turner aka The Villain hit a near half court game winning jumper to beat Michigan in a Big Ten tournament game while after the jump West Virginia’s Da’Sean Butler hit a bank shot game winning 3 to beat Cincinnati.

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